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Updating an Eichler

Growing up a lover of Frank Lloyd Wright's style, I have always been taken by the clean lines and open feel found in California's Eichlers. When this homeowner wanted to create a gourmet kitchen without making any structural changes and without touching the original ceiling, beams and redwood plywood, I was excited to get started. What started out a cramped galley kitchen became an open, functional space from which to entertain. The homeowner tells me his kitchen has now become a hub for friends and family to dine and hang out. Mission accomplished! And I would like to think Joseph Eichler would be proud.

Construction Partner: Steve Quinlan
Updating an Eichler
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Brookhaven by Wood-Mode cabinetry, Vista Veneer, Java on maple; Aluminum-frame glass lift doors; Franke sink; GE Monogram refrigerator; Thermador cooktop, down draft, double oven and microwave drawer; Miele dishwasher; Ceasarstone counters; Wine refrigerator Photo by: Theresa M Sterbis
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Updating an Eichler
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Brookhaven by Wood-Mode cabinetry, Vista Veneer, Java on maple; Franke sink; GE Monogram refrigerator; Thermador double; Ceasarstone counters Photo by: Theresa M Sterbis
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Updating an Eichler
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Brookhaven by Wood-Mode cabinetry, Vista Veneer, Java on maple; Aluminum-frame glass lift doors; Franke sink; Thermador cooktop, down draft, and microwave drawer; Ceasarstone counters Photo by: Theresa M Sterbis
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