A Practical Remodel
This 1930s-dated home once held a dated kitchen that was disconnected from the rest of the home. The homeowners turned to Marisela Contreras of San Diego, Calif.-based Jackson Design and Remodeling to open and update the space while also respecting the original architecture.
Since the dividing wall was also load-bearing, three posts were added to support the ceiling after removing the wall.
A strikingly tall faucet is the star of the new sink area, which also offers a place above it for the clients to display their travel finds.
Innovative storage options such as the corner folding door enable the homeowners to maximize the available space.