Marin Family HomeContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco
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1. Make a fresh start. To see your kitchen in its best light, begin by giving it a thorough cleaning — but don't stop there. Grab this opportunity to get rid of broken appliances, chipped dishes, unneeded duplicate items (do you really need five ladles?) and anything that bugs you. Make a special point to keep counters cleared of everything but the few items you use daily.
With three daughters in the house, it made sense that the clients wanted an indestructible — but beautiful — kitchen. Custom Shaker-style cabinetry, dark oak floors and Caesarstone countertops fit the bill.A swing door leads in and out of the kitchen. Davin installed floor-to-ceiling cabinetry to the left of the door for the family's pantry. Countertops: Caesarstone; cabinetry: custom Shaker; flooring: oak hardwood; hardware: Linnea; pendant: Restoration Hardware; refrigerator: Liebherr