Thomas Wold partnered with Sheryl Drinkwater (architect) and Brad Charlstrom (contractor) to help a young family renovate their kitchen. The client had an unchanged ranch-style home from the 1950s located in Marin County.
Wold worked with the architect and homeowners on developing a new look and function of the kitchen, as well as fabricated and installed the new casework. What resulted was asignature Thomas Wold-style kitchen. If you've seen Wold's work before, then you know what I'm talking about.
The big island integrates seating so the room could be conducive to casual eating and socializing. Overall, the client wanted a youthful feel, so Wold settled on a soft palette of two solid colors to complement the uniformed Anegre veneers plus a neutral white CaesarStone counter. The yellow on the "office" cabinets is only seen in this area to note it's unique function. The area above the fridge is white opaque Plexiglass sliding doors cut with a laser jet.
Kitchen Design: Thomas Wold Design
Architect: Sheryl Drinkwater
Contractor: Brad Charlestrom
Photography: Markham Johnson