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2015-II NKBA Northern California Award Winner for 2nd place, Small Kitchen

This project, designed by CJ Lowenthal, Gilman Kitchens and Baths, won the National Kitchen and
Bath Association’s award for 2nd place, Small Kitchen.

photographer: Treve Johnson

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Waterfront View

Designed by CJ Lowenthal,
Gilman Kitchens and Baths

The Cape Cod style home was built in the 1970’s. The goal was to create a light and open space in the kitchen, to reflect the waterfront view.

Open and Airy Transition

Designed by CJ Lowenthal,
Gilman Kitchens and Baths

The grey painted U–shaped design allows for an open and airy transition from the kitchen into the living space

Integrating Functionality

Designed by CJ Lowenthal,
Gilman Kitchens and Baths

Organizational cabinets like spice and garbage pull-outs and appliance cabinet were integrated into the overall design. The appliance cabinet features pocket doors and built-in electrical outlets.

2015-II NKBA Northern California Award Winner for 3rd place, Small To Medium Bathroom

This project, designed by Jane Regan, Gilman Kitchens and Baths, won the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s
award for 3rd place, Small to Medium Bathroom

photographer: Treve Johnson

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Clean Aesthetic

Designed by Jane Regan,
Gilman Kitchens and Baths

The bathroom design features clean, minimalistic, linearity to achieve an updated aesthetic that corresponds to the rest of the client’s home.

Accommodating Amenities

Designed by Jane Regan,
Gilman Kitchens and Baths

A neo-angled shower with a pony wall was incorporated into the space in order to accommodate a high gloss vanity with a built-in charging dock for hairdryers and other gadgets.

Storage Needs

Designed by Jane Regan,
Gilman Kitchens and Baths

Storage was important to the homeowner, so a linen cabinet was inconspicuously placed in

Here are San Francisco’s very first Legacy Business recipients

Nine months after voters passed Prop J, the city has conferred the special laurel of Legacy Business onto nine classic San Francisco joints.

Nine months after voters passed Prop J, the city has conferred the special laurel of Legacy Business onto nine classic San Francisco joints.

Precita Eyes Muralists Association: Non-profits as well as retail outfits can qualify. Precita Eyes has been painting and repainting the Mission since 1977.

Pacific Café: The seafood place on Geary with the longstanding (and rhyming) policy that says “If you stand in line, you get a free glass of wine.” No wonder it’s been open since 1974.

Lone Star Saloon: One of SoMa’s longest serving gay bars has fallen on harder times lately, as Internet hook-ups and social progress diminishes the necessity of the old San Francisco neighborhood gay bar scene.

Gilman’s Kitchens and Baths: Opened as a hardware store in 1954 but went into the kitchen and bathroom design business in the ‘90s. Their work pops up in house ads all over town.

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SFBA NARI

Designer: Janis Manacsa
Organization: SF BAY AREA NARI
Award: 2016 REMMIES AWARD WINNER for Residential Kitchen 60,000 – 100,000

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SEE WHY GK+B HAS BEEN AWARDED 3 YEARS AS BEST OF HOUZZ FOR SERVICE

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