Interiors: Kennerly Renovation in San Francisco

Architecture & Interiors

The kitchen shot of this renovated home in San Francisco caught our eye first; we loved the combination of different wood tones, mixed with stainless steel, combined with the gorgeous jewel-toned blue green painted wall. Spotted on Remodelista, we love that this a small space, 850 square feet, and is an older space, originally built in 1949. From Remodelista:

“Owen Kennerly of Kennerly Architecture & Planning, an up-and-coming San Francisco firm, recently completed this clever renovation of an 850-square-foot San Francisco row house, built in 1949. (We were fortunate to get a sneak peek, but you can tour it in person at the AIA San Francisco’s Home Tours this Saturday, September 17.) Kennerly took a small, four-room house and added two new levels, including a graceful master suite that he describes as “a ship in a bottle, floating above the rest of the house.” More on the “boat” below.” Love it. More at Remodelista.

Images: Matthew Millman
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  1. J Chris

    Nov 15, 2011 at 8:12 am

    Wow, what an amazing remodel! I also like the use of steel and wood cabinets in the kitchen. But mostly, I like the custom railing used throughout. Who would have thought this could be the result of a 850 sq ft original home. I would love to see the before photos!
    Thanks for sharing

  2. Nick

    Nov 15, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    Love this remodel. Just because it’s small doesnt mean it can’t be cool.

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