Beachy Modern Kitchen With Impression Doors

Southern California-based architecture firm Hsu McCullough did an incredible job designing the Pacific Palisades home featured below.  From their team: 
"We paired skylights, clerestory windows and pergola canopies throughout the house to create an ever changing, living canvas of light and shadow that maps the passing of time throughout the day."
We love new collaborations and are thrilled that our versatile and durable Semihandmade Impression doors were part of this gorgeous project.  Oak was the perfect choice for the Ikea kitchen cabinets as its clean lines and modern feel effortlessly compliment the rest of the house.  The counter and backsplash choices add to the home's classic yet contemporary feel. 
Image Courtesy of Hsu McCullough
See more pictures of this California beach home here.




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