Designed by Bay Area designer Matt Bear in collaboration with The Last Inch, the team worked to create a "big and bold interior that would encourage creativity." How do you get the look? Try a 16-foot island with Richlite countertops, black walnut cabinets, a hot-rolled steel refrigerator door, and a modular cooktop by Gaggenau Vario.
The contractor also worked with the existing roof to build a large skylight in the shape of the island below, with large black linen pendant lights that draw attention to the high ceilings. Beautiful! But is the layout practical for cooking? Give us your thoughts below.
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