A new kitchen with a Heath tile back splash. The cabinets combine white acrylic doors on the uppers + rift sawn oak drawer fronts at the base. The center piece in a commercial grade 6-burner stainless steel range.
An open window framed in quarter sawn white oak creates a constant visual connection and pass through to the living/dining area.
Every square inch of space was squeezed out of this bathroom conversion. The original footprint in the Dolores Street Victorian had a half-bath in one room and tub and vanity in the second. The new configuration provides two full-baths, with each having a walk-in shower, wall-hung toilet and custom bamboo vanity cabinets.
Extra care was taken to ensure that the recessed custom cubbies would fit into the new framing as shown in this drawing sequence.
This photo series shows the sequence of fitting custom storage cubbies between the original stud framing.
This progression shows the use of our Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) router to make a custom bamboo and acrylic wine cabinet.
In this Dogpatch Condo remodel we maximized storage and created a visually clean impression with an IKEA closet system that was customized with an open bamboo shelf and white acrylic doors.
To tie together the master bedroom's ensuite bathroom, the same 'natural flat grain' bamboo was used for the custom vanity. The drawer fronts were cut from the same sheet of 3/4" bamboo ply to create a harmonious look.