This Chula Vista kitchen remodel project was a real challenge, including partially replacing an original mid-century kitchen's lower cabinetry and plumbing with drawer boxes while keeping the vintage look of the original upper cabinets with their scroll work trim.
This kitchen remodel and expansion was a big project that involved tearing down a bearing wall and installing a glue lam beam to open up the kitchen to the living room and dining room.
A classic subway tile look in non traditional tumbled travertine pairs nicely with a white hex tile floor that complements a 1947 bungalow in San Diego.
The owner of this home had complained about the kitchen sink never draining properly and always being prone to clogs. You think maybe this was the problem?
This client wanted the look of reclaimed barn wood that was sourced from a specialty shop in Clairemont Mesa.