Menlo Park ResidenceTransitional Kitchen, San Francisco

photo: Mark Pinkerton

Kitchen - transitional kitchen idea in San Francisco with shaker cabinets and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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gschernis wrote:May 18, 2014
Richard Leclezio wrote:Oct 5, 2015
  • Adele Zhou

    What's the color of the countertop?

  • lindajones

    Who makes this countertop

Gretchen Nicholson wrote:May 30, 2014
  • Gretchen Nicholson
    Thank you so much! The house is gorgeous!
  • Gina Dunn

    Is this the standard 3 cm depth for the Caesarstone countertop?

hbrown1974 wrote:Dec 29, 2013
shdavidson wrote:Jan 29, 2016
sandynorton wrote:Feb 26, 2015
mamamarshap wrote:Jun 25, 2014
Opal wrote:Nov 5, 2013
  • PRO
    Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc.
    The paint color was actually selected by the Owner and we do not have this information in our files. Sorry to not be more helpful.
  • PRO
    Black Mountain Furniture Co
    I am appreciating how you utilized and mixed a more "arts and crafts" style cabinetry with a modern contemporary countertop and fixtures. Beautiful skylighted ceiling! Open and nice.
Jean Fagan wrote:Jan 1, 2016
  • Mary

    Which type of Ceasarstone is it?

Stone plus Cabinet wrote:Aug 8, 2015
debgreenbaum wrote:Jul 23, 2015
juls_mn wrote:Nov 16, 2014
  • PRO
    Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc.
    Overall, I feel this kitchen turned out great and should hold up well (stylistically that is) over time. :o)
glendacross wrote:Oct 28, 2014
Margaret Margaret wrote:Mar 3, 2016
    Ashley Ewing wrote:Feb 5, 2016
      GES CONTRACTING wrote:Oct 9, 2015

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Jennifer Ott Design added this to Houzz Quiz: What Kitchen Countertop Is Right For You?Apr 30, 2015

        You got …Marble: The preferred work surface of pastry chefs, marble is beloved for its graceful, elegant patterning and ability to dress up kitchens of any design style, from traditional to contemporary. White marbles such as Calacatta and Carrara are especially popular with homeowners right now, but these gorgeous stones come at a price, typically around $75 to $200 and up per square foot installed.A word of caution about marble: It can get scratched, stained and etched fairly easily. Sealing can help prevent staining, but the marble will likely still develop a patina with use. If you prefer a perfectly pristine countertop material, check out marble-look engineered quartz. For about the same price, you can get a material that mimics the look of marble without the high maintenance or wear issues. For those who are fine with their countertops taking on character, know that high-quality marble countertops will last a lifetime, and with their classic good looks, they’ll likely never go out of style. Learn more about marble countertops

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        HU-823671315 added this to My ideasAug 5, 2019

        Countertop and cabinet color on island

        Mer added this to KitchenJul 30, 2019

        Different island stone and counter

        swetatiwary added this to kitchenJun 30, 2019

        Contrast island with rest of countertop. Island matches backspash

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