Ross, CA




This remodel simplified the common “servant’s” kitchen and quarters common to residential design in the 1920s. The Owners wanted to retain the “feel” of European Style and design, so the kitchen cabinets were purposefully “unfitted”, meaning they were designed as separate casework elements placed against adjacent walls, rather than forming a continuous countertop. The range hood was disguised as a vaulted “fireplace” element and was extensively tiled. Exposed ceiling beams and arched openings were created and retained.

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