San Francisco StyleTransitional Kitchen, San Francisco
In the center of the kitchen is a waterfall island with classic marble countertop, oversized brass geometric pendants, and blue faux leather stools with brass frames. The tile backsplash behind the oven is a geometric marble with metallic inlay which creates a glamorous patterning.
Photo: David Livingston
What Houzz contributors are saying:
3. Waterfall WowDesigner: Melanie Coddington of Coddington DesignLocation: Laurel Heights neighborhood of San FranciscoSize: 300 square feet (28 square meters); 20 by 15 feetCost: More than $100,000 (includes everything in the complete remodel)Homeowners’ request: A family-friendly, functional kitchen that doesn’t compromise on beauty or style. Designer Melanie Coddington had walls knocked down to create an open great-room layout with a large island at the center. Grand gesture: Waterfall marble slab countertop for the island; geometric marble tile backsplash with metal inlay; brushed brass finishesOther special features: Beverage bar with a backsplash of gold and agate mosaic tile