A Victorian Vintage Kitchen Meets Danish Modern

A Victorian Vintage Kitchen Meets Danish Modern

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Adrienne Breaux
May 17, 2014
(Image credit: Ilana Diamond )

Project by: Craig O'Connell Architecture
Location: San Francisco, California

This renovated Victorian house by Craig O'Connell Architecture isn't exactly small. But we fell in love with the woodsy and warm nook spotted in this kitchen that was modernized with Danish style. We thought the space definitely had some ideas to steal for kitchens of any size!

(Image credit: Ilana Diamond )

The farm sink with the sleek, light-colored wood cabinets mixing with the butcher-block counters creates a calming spot to work in. The matte, gray-blue colored narrow tiles in the back splash are an elegant addition that adds to the modern feel. And those shelves! Space is maximized in the tiny corner by coming up with a simple but effective shelf solution.

Thanks, Craig O'Connell Architecture!

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