Klopf Architecture A Frame Los Altos Hills Remodel Midcentury Kitchen, San Francisco
Example of a 1950s galley kitchen design in San Francisco with ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets and red backsplash — Houzz
Related Professionals in San Francisco
This photo has 3 questions
Jean Harris wrote:
What Houzz contributors are saying:
EcoSalon added this to
1. Red (cranberry, flamingo pink, cardinal, etc.) projects stimulation, force and intensity. Red is like a sexy negligee for your walls — dramatic and dangerous.
Jennifer Ott Design added this to
I usually advise design clients to stick with neutral colors for items that are difficult and expensive to change out, but I also believe in selecting materials you absolutely love. So, while your real estate agent or well-meaning friends and family might tell you to step away from the red tile backsplash, I say if you love it and plan to stay in your house for a while, go for it. But let it be the star of your kitchen by selecting supporting neutral colors and materials that don't compete with it, as this kitchen perfectly illustrates.
Erin Carlyle added this to
Room designer: Klopf ArchitectureThis room benefits from a similar light pouring in through the A-frame ceiling. The room echoes the dark brown of the movie scene’s backdrop, as well as the rose color of Stone’s shirt. The wood floor is reminiscent of the color of Stone’s hair.