The Jerry Lewis House
Midcentury Kitchen, Los Angeles
The kitchen was opened up significantly to integrate into the whole open living area. A large beam was removed. I used IKEA frames and hardware systems, then had my cabinet maker built custom walnut doors, drawers, and island paneling. The metal strip detail under peninsula looks sharp and frames the wood tones beautifully. Originally there was just a funky little door from the kitchen to the patio so, the wall was opened up to match the new sliders across the whole patio area. My client wanted a separate wine bar fridge and area to display his vintage glass collection. I carefully lined up with tiles and glass with the cabinetry.
Eat-in kitchen - 1960s l-shaped concrete floor eat-in kitchen idea in Los Angeles with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, gray backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and a peninsula
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added this to April 20, 2021
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