The large island under the window serves as a baking center for this traditional kitchen. The marble top is perfect for rolling dough, while the open shelf beneath puts mixers on display. A large built-in shelf houses decorative dishes.
This light and bright kitchen features white wood cabinets and neutral quartzite countertops. A built-in baking center features electrical outlets and a designated countertop area that is enclosed by brown oak cabinets. A small drinking fountain is located just to the right of the baking center.
The pièce de résistance of this San Francisco home is the kitchen, which was carefully designed taking into consideration the desires of a professional chef. The space includes an industrial washing area, baking center, commercial fryer and stove.
Pine that was stained a dark walnut creates the open storage shelves below the counter in the baking center. The shelves resemble a freestanding piece of furniture, with display storage for a bread box, dessert stands, mixing bowls, glass cannisters for flour and sugar and a marble rolling pin. A new window above peeks out to an alluring water view.
Crisp, white cabinetry paired with black soapstone and Calcutta marble sets the tone for this elegant, multi-functional kitchen and living area. The space is equipped with a baking center, banquette seating and glass cabinets wrapping around a corner to further defining the space. The style and millwork of the home were continued in the columns flanking the apron sink and featured detailing on the built-in snack bar.
The large center island is clad in butcher-block countertops, creating extra prep space as well as a bar for eating. Teal cabinets are topped with Carrara marble, a classic look that's ideally suited to this baker's kitchen. The upper cabinets, extending to the ceiling for a dramatic presentation, are painted in bright white and topped with crown molding.