Many of our Eichler homes have wood-burning fireplaces, which worked out well in the 1950s and ‘60s when air quality wasn’t the issue that it has become today. We know that all of the Bay Area and Sacramento have Spare The Air ...Read More
Original kitchens in Eichler homes were basic yet functional. Typical features included wood cabinets with sliding doors, low countertops including a swing-out kitchen table, and stainless steel appliances including a Thermador wall-mounted oven and matching range. CLICK on any Eichler Kitchen photo to enlarge.
Eichler kitchen remodels are often done to modernize and expand the usable space. Popular updates include cabinet replacement which provide more space and greater accessibility, the introduction of an island which provides more counter-top and cook-top space, and the installation of upgraded, under-cabinet and in-cabinet appliances.
Eichler kitchen pictures are provided below to give fellow mid-century modern homeowners and Eichler enthusiasts ideas and inspiration for updating or remodeling their kitchen. If you've updated or restored your kitchen and would like to share pictures with others Eichler owners, please e-mail them to Team@EichlerForSale.com.