Feldman Architecture together with Lisa Lougee Interiors has designed a new kitchen for a house in San Francisco that was originally built in 1912.
Drawing inspiration from Scandinavian design, the designers chose a light color palette for the kitchen, and opened it up to the living room. The long kitchen island has a wood base and a void that makes space for stool seating.
In the kitchen, minimalist white cabinets travel from the floor to the ceiling, while a small appliance garage is tucked away into one of the side panels.
The kitchen also features two hanging pendant lights, an undermount sink, a white tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a range hood that matches the cabinets.