Sanchez contemporary-kitchen
Save1.8KAsk a Question3Print

Sanchez Contemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

From the inside out, everything within the existing shell of this 1893 Victorian residence is fully renovated from a modern perspective. The design maximizes the flexibility and connection of the living spaces, and addresses structural updates. The rear garden façade receives a contemporary re-interpretation, while the street-front exterior is renovated to maintain neighborhood context.

Photography: Bruce Damonte
URL
http://www.chrdauer.com
Example of a large trendy medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen design in San Francisco with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, an undermount sink, stainless steel appliances and no island — Houzz

This photo has 3 questions

marypdels wrote:
Table - Where is the table from?
    1 Comment
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Chr DAUER Architects

vintage Danish table came from a flea market in Los Alamos, NM

Save    
Nikki Barnes wrote:
Does hardy plank come in something that looks like a log cabin or ceda
    1 Comment
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Chr DAUER Architects
We have frankly never specified Hardiplank, (siding) although I believe it does come in a weathered grain that could approximate texture of rustic cedar siding. We are fans of Nichiha products, they are not as commonly available as James Hardie products, but i have found it more stable, less likely to be wavy and shrink over its lifetime, especially the 1/2" thickness. Nichiha comes in panels as well as lapsiding, smooth as well as weathered/ "rustic" finishes.
Save    
anatony wrote:
What type of hardwood floors are these?
    1 Comment
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Chr DAUER Architects
this is tongue and grove tanoak, salvage logged from central coast California (Santa Cruz area) very very dense wood with nice somewhat irregular (in a good way) figure to its grain
Save    

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Amy Renea added this to Small Details Make a Big Statement
Take a look at this space. What do you notice first? What makes the biggest impact?I love the flooring, the open spaces and those perfectly white walls, but the little bottles lined up like soldiers really strike me too. A simple collection displayed en masse makes a statement about the homeowners' personalities and injects the room with life.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

laurahaynes7 added this to Kitchen
Windows aligned at top with doors
newcastlebrenda added this to Living Room
Beautiful like the windows in the back
Aelwyn added this to Mom's Kitchen Remodel
Nature will be at play too with the large windows
Kathrine Gabriel added this to new build
I like how light and cheerful this is.

Browse over 18 million home design photos on Houzz