My clients purchased a classic mid-century modern in Davis for their family of four to grow into. No major interior changes had been done to the house for close to 50 years, so we reimagined the kitchen and dining area by removing some walls to open the space to the fantastic rear patio and pool area. While teak was heavily used for cabinetry in the 40s thru 60s, walnut cabinets have replaced teak these days, so we went with that. There was much discussion with the clients about the need for integrated refrigeration, which costs nearly twice as much as originally budgeted. Thankfully, great design prevailed, and the clients are delighted we spent the extra money. Check out the steel plate we added to one of the existing beams to remove some walls. Tracy came up with the idea, and our engineer skillfully implemented it! New floors and paint finished off the refurbishment, and the final product looks terrific.