On Stands: Our San Francisco Kitchen Renovation & Master Bath Remodel

Kitchens Baths Magazine 2015

Pick up the Summer/Fall 2015 issue of Kitchens & Baths Magazine to see a double feature of our historic whole house remodel! Both the San Francisco kitchen renovation and master bathroom remodel are highlighted for “ideas to steal,” designer budget secrets and building basics. All of the kitchen’s best details are called out, from the carved island legs to the china hutch and herringbone Calacatta marble backsplash. The master bathroom spread covers the tiled steam shower, built-in medicine cabinets and trio of vanity mirrors. See the preview below!

A Contemporary Classic: San Francisco Kitchen Renovation

San Francisco Kitchen Renovation

“When a San Franciscan family of five started to feel cramped in their 1906 Arts & Crafts home, they enlisted a team of experts to help maximize space and modernize its style,” writes Kitchens & Baths. “The home had been remodeled three times over the last 20 years, but the kitchen and floor plan just couldn’t keep up with the needs of the active family. In came Jeff King & Company, Aleck Wilson Architects and Wright Stewart Jones Design Studio, who updated the design without compromising its traditional character-ultimately giving the family the space they craved.”

Steamed Sanctuary: San Francisco Master Bath Redesign

Bathroom-Remodel-San-Francisco

“Natural light,  a soothing palette and luxurious features make this bathroom redesign a real-life haven,” the article reads. “Sometimes, there’s nothing really wrong with your bathroom-it just needs a fresh, modern update to bring up the aesthetic value. That was the case for the master bathroom in this 1906 San Francisco home. The homeowners hired contractors Jeff King & Company and Aleck Wilson Architects to provide the update, and the result is a master bath that focuses on light and relaxation.”

Browse the PDF version or pick up an issue of Kitchens & Baths Magazine to see the full 10-page feature!

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