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This magnificent kitchen expresses a graceful chic that fully embraces the room’s incredible views.
In a historical La Jolla home by acclaimed architect Thomas Shepherd, the kitchen was transformed to enhance family life while honoring the essential character of the original home. Fresh and inviting, this kitchen now brings ease, comfort, and liveliness to every gathering.
A couple with three teenagers wanted the kitchen in their Carmel Valley home to communicate their sense of style and to accommodate their love for cooking and entertaining. The design now encompasses the family room and a new bar. Dramatic coffered ceilings add definition and bring human scale to the magnificence of the surroundings.
Dramatic in scale and substance, this kitchen with elements of traditional luxury and Tuscan-inspired details is designed to inspire for a lifetime. Part of a new home built as the clients’ perfect retirement getaway, the kitchen was meticulously customized to enhance their lives with comfort and beauty.
The family living in this house listed on the San Diego Historical Registry of Homes wanted to experience modern convenience while retaining their home’s design integrity. This multiple award-winning kitchen achieves those goals with enduring style.
With an exterior hallway removed, this kitchen is full of light and circulation and is now naturally connected to a courtyard and outdoor kitchen. The design is exquisitely simple and clean, while retaining a strong sense of tradition.
Along with several other awards, this refreshing interpretation of Colonial style on the California coast was named Best Kitchen by the readers of Architectural Digest in their 2013 Before + After: Reader Kitchens contest.
In the kitchen of a historical home, timeless Shaker style cabinetry is balanced with gleaming antique brass and formal details for a combination of rich warmth and elegance.
This historic Kensington home is graced with a Spanish design influence. The clients wanted to transform their kitchen while honoring their home’s character. The design blends hints of European charm with a modern sensibility.
Sicilian Villa Kitchen
A tongue and groove ceiling with exposed distressed wood beams sets the stage for this stunning kitchen where rustic design elements meet modern functionality. Stacked stone, textured woods, hand-painted tiles and wrought iron chandeliers create a welcoming, luxurious space inspired by Sicilian villas.
A couple with four older children needed to update their rustic kitchen. The new design achieves modern functionality while retaining elements the couple love about their cabin-like home, especially the distinctive blonde cedar.
French Country Flavor
This expansive kitchen balances French Country elements with thoughtful space planning to create an environment ideal for both large gatherings and comfortable family meals. The gorgeous backyard is now a focal point in an open space filled with natural light.
Open to an intimate dining area and a large deck surrounded by greenery, this white kitchen with an ocean view, vintage inspiration, and colorful textural details is a welcoming space for family time and entertaining.
This kitchen is a luminous space in visual unity with its surroundings in an open layout. Refreshed white cabinetry outfitted with interesting hardware rejuvenates the countertops and stainless steel appliances. Gray walls further emphasize the invigorated look by lending distinct contrast.
An eclectic interpretation of French Country style, this design expresses the client’s desire for a kitchen with modern functionality grounded in a classic approach. The layout was carefully reconfigured to accommodate the substantial centerpiece island.
An active retired couple with a shared appreciation for early American art wanted their kitchen to better accommodate family time with children and grandchildren. The new kitchen honors the design of early America in an expansive, light-filled space.
This kitchen for KFMB-TV (CBS 8) news anchor Larry Himmel and his wife Joan melds warm lighting with rich materials and vibrant color to create a memorable, welcoming environment.
This secluded weekend getaway, an expansive adobe home in the mountains, is a couple’s future retirement home. Their new kitchen is now a light-filled centerpiece with lively colors and authentic Mexican elements.