Kitchen of the Week: Storage, Style and Efficiency in San Francisco, Via

A growing family gets a kitchen they can work, eat and relax better in — and that’s easier on the eyes

With a 2-year-old child and another on the way, a San Francisco couple with a lower-level flat in a two-unit Edwardian building needed a more user-friendly kitchen that would be a better fit for their growing family. Their existing galley-style kitchen was functional but suffered from a lack of built-in storage and organization. “The kitchen before was oversized and not well defined,” recalls project architect Dennis Budd of Gast Architects. “There was a circulation problem, and it was hard to work in.”

The couple wanted to create a more efficient space where they could enjoy daily meals, relax and feel a connection with their backyard. Key structural and design changes were made to transform the once-closed-off, disorganized kitchen into the central gathering place of this inviting city home.

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