Jeff King & Company is on newsstands this month! The premiere issue of Kitchens & Baths Summer 2013 features elements from our whole house remodel at Fair Oaks: a project that focused on opening up the floor plan and letting light in.
Pick up the magazine at your local bookstore or read the online component from Well Styled Home below.
Victorian Kitchen Remodel for a Young Family
Susan Springer writes about the homeowner’s motivation for remodeling:
“Typical of Victorian design, the house was dark with small, cramped rooms—not conducive to how the family wanted to cook, dine, play and talk with each other. But it was in a great location, so they dove in. Expert contractor Jeff King, President and Founder of Jeff King & Company, got to work: he opened up the floor plan, brought in light in creative ways and added some playful elements. Now the house feels airy and serves this active family’s needs.”
Kid-Friendly Bath & Fun Powder Room
In a second article, Well Styled Home highlights the custom kids bathroom and powder room:
“When the Libeson family purchased a dark, cramped Victorian row house in San Francisco, they hired Jeff King & Company and Feldman Architecture to tackle the kitchen and bathroom remodel–and add some fun elements, such as the grab bars that are stacked like a submarine ladder in the kids’ bathroom.”
Thanks to Kitchens & Baths Magazine for highlighting our craftsmanship in your premiere issue!