What was once a cramped, secluded kitchen is now a mid-century masterpiece. Taking down the dividing wall between the kitchen and the living room, and then building a wall to close off the extra space from the dining nook, left this Eichler with a perfectly proportioned open concept kitchen and a bonus space to tuck away the kid's toys. Details including the mosaic backsplash which was taken above the window, the integral table at the island and the polished concrete floor complete the modern aesthetic. See more of our Eichler projects here. (Designed in house)
Noe Valley Overhaul
We took this narrow galley style kitchen, and transformed it into this light and open space with an incredible amount of storage. An entirely different layout paired with classic white shaker cabinetry makes the entire home feel brand new. Our clients wanted materials that complimented the period of their classic San Francisco home and the hand picked countertop does just that. (Designed in house)
San Rafael Re-Build
With a faulty foundation and an out of place saw tooth roofline, this kitchen and dining room had to be completely torn down and re-built. Changing the layout and closing off the stairway leading to the bonus room upstairs drastically improved the functionality of this kitchen. Along with recessed lighting, a pair of skylights were added to brighten up the space. Custom cabinetry and professional appliances make this a true chef's kitchen. (Designed in house)
With this expansive remodel we not only opened up the interior, but added a large deck to expand the living space outside. All of the windows in this space frame the unbeatable view and further accentuate the unique location. Custom two-tone cabinetry and Carrara Marble countertops polish off the space.
El Cerrito Hillside
This once cramped kitchen now feels much larger thanks to a new configuration, custom cabinetry and carefully selected materials and fixtures. Custom details were executed throughout the entire remodel; LED under cabinet strip lighting, thin self-edge countertops and Floating shelves are a couple of the features that make this kitchen remodel unforgettable. (Designed in house)
Transitional Open Kitchen
In this remodel we took two separate spaces, the kitchen and dining rooms, opened them both up and created one large space, the results are incredible. Our in house designer worked with the client to make all of their dreams become possible. The original layout wasn't functioning as well as it could, by moving appliances and installing new cabinetry this kitchen now performs just how our client had intended and acts as the perfect entertaining space for the entire family. (Designed in house)
Concord Kitchen Makeover
This kitchen was once a dark, enclosed, small space. Removing the corner walls to open sight lines into the family room did wonders for this kitchen. Moving appliances around further helped with the transformation, as did replacing the old finishes with bright new cabinetry and polished granite counters. Arabesque tile backsplash and new flooring finished off the space beautifully. (Designed in house)
With beautiful views of San Francisco visible from nearly every angle, this updated kitchen now fits right in with it's surroundings. Modern slab door cabinetry, glass tile backsplash and an open concept floor plan all lend themselves towards a modern aesthetic. A custom metal light fixture created finishes off the space.
We brought this beautiful Eichler back to its original glory. New cabinetry and flooring throughout brightened up the space while keeping with the original period of the home. Opening the space with a pass through to the family room marries the two spaces beautifully and allows for a semi open concept. See more of our Eichler remodels here.
Traditional Kitchen Remodel
Fortunately for the homeowners, the layout in this kitchen worked well already. The cabinets, counters and appliances needed an overhaul and that is what we gave them. The focal point of this kitchen is the brick archway over the stove top. We updated the look by removing the original cabinetry supports and replaced it with new painted cabinetry that compliments the brick beautifully. Where there was once a dropped ceiling with fluorescent lighting, there are now sleek can lights to brighten the space. The original hardwood floors that you see in the photos were carefully preserved throughout the process and remained in great shape!
This Walnut Creek beauty got an overhaul that included new cabinetry, gorgeous thick quartz counters and beautiful porcelain tile backsplash. We kept the original hardwood floors, which flow throughout the entire downstairs. As an added detail we built and tiled in a niche above the cooktop for displaying the clients favorite oils and cooking utensils. We had the pleasure of remodeling the bathrooms in this home as well; take a look at that remodel, and other bathroom remodels here.
Traditional San Francisco Kitchen
This 100 year old home was freshened up to provide a more open and more airy feel to the kitchen. Working with Jill Cordner Interior Design we paid special attention to updating the kitchen while keeping a traditional look. The kitchen was brightened up by adding a lot of lighting and accents for a more open feel.