Sunday, January 22, 2012

Gourmet Galley Kitchen in a 1920's Spanish Revival Casa

What an amazing difference our renovation did for this kitchen!  Although this house had a newer kitchen (updated within the last 20 years), it lacked the aethestics that would be fitting for a Spanish Revival house.  Working with the homeowner, who also happens to be a designer, the kitchen went from a bland 1990s bleached oak kitchen to a rich, soulful kitchen equipped with the latest appliances (Sub Zero refrigerator, Wolf range, wine refrigerator, and Fisher Paykel drawer dishwasher), period appropriate terra cotta tiles, and slabs of gorgeous walnut butcherblock countertop.

See BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER pictures below.

BEFORE Pictures

DURING Pictures (during and post demolition)

AFTER Pictures

Another View of Kitchen with Omega Cabinets and Whitehaus Farmhouse Apron Sink

Kitchen Details with Bright Chrome Accessories and Period-Appropriate Wilmette Lighting

Stove Backsplash Tile Done in a Chevron Pattern

Close Up of Backsplash Detail with Terra Cotta Tile and Walnut Ledge

Close Up of Sink with Walnut Butcherblock Countertops

View Towards Breakfast Nook

Close Up of Custom-Built Walnut Wood Banquette

To see more kitchens we've done, click here to go to Kitchens under the Project Photos section.

Good Home Construction, CA Lic. #852240 333 El Camino Real, #101, Tustin, CA 92780 714-743-5053

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