This 480 square foot mid-century modern kitchen in Sacramento was in need of a remodel. The kitchen had a low ceiling with a fluorescent soffit which we removed to expose the light and the beams of the existing roof. This allowed more light into the space through two existing skylights. By removing a bank of upper cabinetry, we were able to expand the view from the kitchen through the family room windows to the garden and its large redwood trees. On the nook side of the kitchen, the existing windows were lowered to allow for a better view of the koi pond and a wall to the entry was removed to take advantage of the light on that side of the house.
The kitchen island features distinctive green lacquer cabinetry with an innovative glass countertop which is durable and heat resistant. The perimeter cabinetry has the proprietary Eggersman brushed pine Sahara finish which blends nicely with the cream painted walls and the Caesar Stone countertop. "We cook, eat, watch the news, read the paper, work at the iPad, look at the mail, etc.” in the space said the homeowners.