Corte Madera Transistional Kitchen
Contrary to the norm, this kitchen was actually made smaller to increase function and efficiency. Before, it was too small for an island, and too wide to be a galley. Now it is a true galley, with added storage, lighting, and a skylight. The butcher block counter tops and matchstick blinds add warmth to the white walls and cabinets, and the sea-foam ceiling adds a pop of color. The custom Stinson Beach backsplash was done by local ceramic artist, Lisa Hicks. This Kitchen extends to the laundry area and utility closet. It is the homeowner's favorite space in the house!