Author Archives: Stephen Day Design

We’re on the 2014 AIA San Francisco home tour!

My big project last year was a whole-house suite of tricky cabinetry and furnishings for a fantastic residential remodel near Douglass Park, SF. It was among my most demanding projects to date, and [I think] the proof is in the … Continue reading

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Classy kitchen

Check out this classy kitchen suite we just designed and built for a San Francisco Dolores Park Victorian. Many of the upper cabinet doors boast custom leaded glass inserts by Berkeley glass artist Sabina Frank. We chose frame-and-panel doors with … Continue reading

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Captured on film.

Silence Demall and 510 Media made an amazing short about me and my studio. Check it out!

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Tricky Walnut bookcases

We just finished these tricky Walnut bookcases for an office-cum-guest suite in the Oakland Hills. All looks unified in the end, but each side bookcase is actually a stack of cabinets facing different directions, with interior drawers, secret cubbies, etc. … Continue reading

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Maple & Walnut credenza

Just finished a credenza / bookcase for a long-time patron. I had been saving this beautiful piece of curly Maple for just the right project – and I think it couldn’t have found a better application than this top. Check … Continue reading

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Reclaimed Oak table

An architect friend / customer of mine found this really cool, antique steel coffee table base, in need of a top. I had a thick plank of reclaimed Red Oak that had been waiting for just such a project. Lots … Continue reading

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Walnut Kitchen

Horizontal grain Walnut kitchen I did back in 2011 – just got around to photographing. Custom pantry pull-out with adjustable shelves. Planter insert on the window sill behind the kitchen sink. This room was not the original kitchen of the … Continue reading

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