The client wanted their all new kitchen to look as if they had kept the original vintage in mint condition but even more amazing. The mirror was a real find; discovered from another home a block away. It was serendipity for our green and black tile!
Photography by Mario Peixoto
Deloz Kitchen Banquette
Transformed a charming but antiquated 50's kitchen to a functional open galley that sits well in the mid century home
The globe chandelier is the star of this Malibu dining room. Drapery with a simple top pinch pleat is modern but, adds drama.
Before this was a chopped up dark bowling alley with multiple angled cabinets creating meandering paths to separate work areas...completely inefficient & pretty ugly. The new remodel opened up the space into a beautifully streamlined and functional galley with an island where the whole family can be together.
A stripe of green mosaic adds vertical height, a little pizzazz to subway tile, and a link to the green bath cabinets.
Such a pleasure to assist with the kitchen design for this amazing new build in Ojai by Here Design & Architecture. The most spectacular modern home with a southwest flavor, bravo Kate! Photography by Skye Moorhead
A modern yet warm and inviting kitchen. The island is a workhorse; lots of storage, range top, microwave, and seating space too!
Hillcrest Mid Century Kitchen
By removing a peninsula that closed off the original kitchen an open airy kitchen gains an island full of storage and a place to hang out in this mid century Beverly Hills home
As this is a galley kitchen, we added a pot filler at the cooktop saving steps to the sink.
Hillgreen Mid Century Kitchen
A mid century kitchens gets a makeover; retaining the original layout but a grander island and floating shelves lighten the space previously darken by the previous wall cabinets
This arched inset for the cooking area is an original feature in a lot of late 20th C homes. Typically, that features goes out with remodel. Glad the client wanted to keep it along the decorative black ceramic register over the original vent. And so fun to work with a client who loves color!
A sweet little powder room. The pink is toned down with the neutral marble wainscot.
Deloz Kitchen Entry
By moving a door to the kitchen and creating an new hallway to the stairwell this diverted the traffic flow from the kitchen. Partial walls clad in cherry wood demarcate the kitchen from the new hallway and provide an attractive point of view.
We knew it was "the" backsplash when my musician client discovered Jazz Treble Bourbon Street was the name of the tile. A prep sink in the island makes another workstation for a family that cooks together.
Everybody loves a blue-green bath! Oceanside Glass Tile adds a little sparkle to the splash!
A traditional Encino kitchen gets an update and much improved counterspace.
Taking a wall out (where the peninsula is now) transformed this kitchen along with the living/dining rooms. Now the new kitchen is a worthy point of view!