A lot of cooks contributed to the overhaul of this 1960s family kitchen on Mount Tamalpais in Marin, California. Collaborating with interiors stylist Rachel Cleaveland Riedy, architect Jeff Gustafson, and furniture maker Tripp Carpenter, among others, the owners got the midcentury-inspired
Love this look? Recreate it at home in three simple steps. 1. The Darcey Shelves - Generous storage with a solid oak frame and shelves in ombre tones of grey. 2. The Scott 3 Seater Sofa - Blends a sleek mid-century silhouette with a velvet buttoned seat cushion for a statement look. 3. The Branko Cowhide Rug - Its chevron chic is inspired by parquet floors.
Stretched across every inch of spare wall, this U-shape banquette maximizes both seating and table space. A long bench placed on the empty side of the table was painted white, allowing it to blend with the floor and the base of the banquette. Storage drawers beneath the bench provide spots to stow away table linens, serving platters, and other dining odds and ends.