I thought I'd share a "before and after" of a kitchen renovation that I just completed for a client in San Francisco.
It's a petite condo in the Marina District that has a beautiful view of the Bay Bridge and of Alcatraz.
Here is the "BEFORE" pic:
Oak cabinets, parquet wood floor (partially demo-ed here in this pic), white tile, and a fridge that stuck out about 6 inches past the counter, made this small kitchen look even smaller.
And now for the "AFTER":
The overhead hanging cabinets were removed on one side, which made a huge difference in light and airiness in the space.
The countertop is a beautiful quartz called Quartz Concerto, and the counter is 2 inches thick instead of the usual 1 1/2 inches, which makes for a fresh and contemporary look.
The new refrigerator is now counter depth and the 2x8 subway tile add a simple and light backsplash. We used shaker style doors with oversized hardware for visual impact.
I just love the way this kitchen turned out!