{sf victorian} | noe valley remodel

I've been so busy lately I haven't been able to share an exciting new project! Yet another fun project in Noe Valley! This one is a gem! A typical San Francisco Victorian needs an updated kitchen and living/dining facelift. The wall between the dining room and kitchen is being knocked down, and a new structural beam is being put in place to carry the new load. This new beam will allow the floor plan to open up, which is really necessary to help these older SF homes function in modern times. 

Below are a few snap shots of progress. Super cute huh? We originally started with just the kitchen and dining room renovation, but my client informed me they have decided to knock down their existing fireplace and re-texture their living room walls, something I was thrilled to hear! One thing many homeowners forget to think about when remodeling is the texture of your walls. If you update an area of your home, you will more than likely need to re-texture all the walls of your home to match the new walls. Yes, it can be a bit more than you wanted to pay, but I promise, you'll thank me later!

Finishes for this project: White, to-ceiling cabinets (Glass uppers), white island, Artistic Tile cut Roman brick backsplash tile in Calcutta Gold, dark grey Caesarestone counters, custom dining room cabinet in blue/green grey, Arteriors Home Caviar Small Pendant for Island, Circa Lighting Large Aglow chandelier for dining room, with white, grey and beige paint on walls.

Walls are being painted today, floors install tomorrow, and cabinets go in this Saturday! Keep checking back for more photos!