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Kitchen RemodelContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

Problem:
The original single family home had been divided into two units with an exterior staircase to the second story. The home had small, cramped bathroom and kitchen spaces.

Solution:
The new homeowner wanted to recombine the single family home by rebuilding the interior staircase. We also brought the kitchen and bathrooms up to the needs of the contemporary family including custom cabinetry throughout. Keen on incorporating green building practices wherever possible, the homeowners opted for a full upgrade of their home performance systems.

We also incorporated creative, playful elements for the kids including a double closet connecting their rooms (separated by a saloon style door), a miniature library under the staircase, and a submarine-inspired bathroom. A locally commissioned large-scale artwork was installed behind the staircase that reflected the family’s story and personality.

Result:
Two apartments were combined to restore the original single family home with optimal green performance. The family now enjoys a spacious home catered to their preferences and artistic lifestyle.

Photos © Paul Dyer

Trendy dark wood floor eat-in kitchen photo in San Francisco with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, beige backsplash, stainless steel appliances and no island —  Houzz
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Cloriece Meinke wrote:Dec 25, 2015
  • nursingnursing
    Im wondering what color was the color mix?
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    Jeff King & Company

    Unfortunately, I don't have the names of the colors, just that it was a custom mix.

ekerby wrote:Feb 20, 2015
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    Jeff King & Company

    Hi ekerby, the cabinets were custom built for the client and unfortunately I don't have access to the hardware finish. As you probably know, there are many types of finishes to choose from, and many things can affect what you ultimately choose--lighting, color scheme, and your personal preference all come into play. Working with a local designer may help you narrow down your preferences. Hope this helps!

Holly Daley wrote:Jun 14, 2014
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    Jeff King & Company
    Thank you for your inquiry Holly. Sorry, but this project has been archived and packed away in storage - same goes for our tile vendor. We wish you luck finding the perfect tile for your project!
Nicole wrote:Mar 2, 2014
ettys wrote:Feb 3, 2014
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    Jeff King & Company
    Our apologies for the late response. Thank you very much for your interest, although unfortunately only the project subcontractors have access to that information at this time. Best of luck!
rdhalla wrote:Aug 16, 2013
  • PRO
    Jeff King & Company
    Our apologies for the late response. Thank you very much for your interest, although only the project vendors have access to that information at this time. Best of luck!

What Houzzers are commenting on:

kristinmoyer
K G added this to webuser_528624197's ideasDec 24, 2018

Could we do fire-rated windows above cabinets????

hallard
hallard added this to Hudson stair & openingOct 1, 2018

shaker drawers with plain cupboards above

belinda_bakerman
Belinda Bakerman added this to House IdeasAug 16, 2018

I like the window over the top of the unit

nicky_ho72
Nivky added this to nicky_ho72's ideasFeb 6, 2018

Flat cupboards and shaker bottom

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