A mid-century modern home, built into the side of a hill, deserved a better kitchen then the one it was given in the 80s. Red carpeting (yes, carpet in the kitchen!), red, white and blue wallpaper, and out-of-character bead board all contributed to a dismal and disjointed space.
Rethinking the layout, increasing the number and size of the windows, and running consistent flooring throughout the entire level improved flow and functionality, enlarged the space, and doubled the storage. The finishes - blue/gray wood cabinets and waterfall quartz countertops - invoke classic mid-century styling with a modern vibe.