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Transitional Cabinetry for A Modern Classic in San Francisco

Posted on February 17, 2016 by Jen Ganzhorn | 0 comments
We recently had the wonderful opportunity to design and build custom cabinetry and millwork for a client's home in San Francisco.  Among the many custom pieces we created was this beautiful doorbell housing. 
Welcome!  Let's go inside and take a look around...

Amidst the major changes being made, including adding skylights and removing walls to create a more open feel, many of the home's original elements were preserved including the ultra cool light fixtures. 

 

Have you heard the term "Transitional Cabinetry"? That terminology seems to be floating around more and more these days, and it is a style we really enjoy -- We love blending the old with the new to create modern cabinetry with elegance. 
We love what HGTV has to say about Transitional Cabinetry: "The transitional kitchen blends the old with the new and adds a touch of creativity to create a flexible gathering space."   Yes, please...!
Gorgeous grays with a mix of solid panel and glass doors...
Three cheers for a light- filled kitchen!  Thank you new skylights.
Modern bath cabinetry designed and built in our woodshop.
No such thing as too much hallway storage!
Modern cabinetry for the guest bath.
Those lights...!
When designing the remodel, we were excited to preserve the wood + glass window you see pictured (above, left).  Above (right) you will see the two custom built-ins we designed + built in a complimentary style.

 A close - up shot of the doorbell housing, just because it is so beautiful. 

Proudly built in our woodshop!

 
Thanks to our friends at Rawls Construction, Inc. for providing the opportunity to be a part of this lovely project.  If you're in need of a General Contractor -- we highly recommend Jason at Rawls Construction!

Photos courtesy of Rawls Construction, Inc.

 

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