Historic Preservation Concept
The proposed renovation of this mid-town bungalow in Sacramento, California, truly embraces and pays homage to the craftsman heritage of the home through meticulous attention to its intricate details and trim.
The elevations showcasing the kitchen remodel offer a glimpse into the untapped potential of this space. With strategic architectural modifications and the incorporation of modern appliances, this eat-in kitchen remodel concept exudes a revitalized and expansive ambiance.
Consulting for Ellis Architects, we skillfully crafted a design concept and finish palette for a bungalow kitchen renovation. With the goal of enhancing the existing space, we opened up the existing floor plan and incorporated a wall of natural light to transform this small galley-style kitchen.
To add a touch of elegance and harmony, we opted for dark stained base cabinets in the Craftsman-style, which perfectly complement the existing oak floor. The crowning glory lies in the antique-finished white upper cabinets and trim maintain, which radiate brightness and a sense of serenity.