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Medium Lots gave this Edwardian house, inbuilt 1906 with unimaginable views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the bay, a renovation that targeted on a contemporary aesthetic with a standard shade palette. One other key issue was to think about the home-owner’s artwork assortment.
The Cow Hole renovation targeted on the kitchen and a toilet, with the kitchen protecting a clear, white really feel with minimal adornment. The white was paired with wealthy wooden floors making the area really feel heat.
The cupboards, partitions, and ceiling are all white with easy cabinets changing the higher cupboards.
A bar is hidden behind doorways revealing an virtually all black area which contrasts all the white within the surrounding kitchen.
Because the home has unbelievable views of San Francisco, they put in an extended, horizontal window above the counter tops letting the view take the stage.
Small items of artwork are positioned all through the area.
Loving this textured white tile that covers the partitions. It virtually seems like wrinkled paper.
Within the toilet on the complete-peak cabinetry, they partially coated it with a photographic print overlay that lets the wooden grain nonetheless present by way of.
The toilet has the identical clear aesthetic because the kitchen however they included actually beautiful textured tiles that convey dimension to the area.
Pictures by Melissa Kaseman.