This Art Deco home built in 1938 in the historic North Park neighborhood of San Diego needed a full kitchen and adjoining laundry room remodel. The existing plan was not an open plan but one with a wall separating the kitchen from the dining room and a doorway separating the kitchen from the laundry room. The wall between the kitchen and dining room was fully removed and opened up to reveal the original art deco ceiling soffits to the rest of the home and to provide a more comfortable space for entertaining for the clients. The entrance to the laundry room was widened with an archway matching the style of the rest of the existing home. The opened up laundry room then became a joint use room which housed also the refrigerator and pantry. A curved waterfall edged counter gave the space the funky art deco interest the home owners desired.