Favreau Design

(415) 971-2219

Services Provided
Full interior design expertise including color consult, space planning and project management.

Areas Served
San Francisco bay area and Boston/New England

Business Description
Sophisticated contemporary interior design with a cutting edge sensibility
San Francisco, US 
Steven Favreau 
1068 14th Street,
San Francisco,
United States, 94114 
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Designers Get Creative in a D.C. Show House

With a historic home as a canvas and a worthy cause as an incentive, designers pulled out all the stops for the 2014 project Full Story
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these are like the high fashion runways. they are meant to inspire, not necessarily replicate. kudos to all the designer's.
April 10, 2014 at 5:44am     
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Great Solutions for Low Kitchen Windowsills

Are high modern cabinets getting you down? One of these low-sill workarounds can help Full Story
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Kathryn Peltier Design
@razorrudy: I have this in my own kitchen. The sash fits just barely below the countertop - no stool or apron. I wanted to be able to see as clearly as possible out these windows, not having to raise them even enough to accommodate trim. I can't imagine what safety issue there would be - you're simply using your countertop essentially as the stool.
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I would think having at least one low counter, to fit under a low window sill, would be an asset in coming years as the population ages and more people have issues dealing with normal to high counter tops, due to wheelchairs, etc.. If one cooks in large pots, as in making stock, a low counter can be a godsend.
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   Comment   March 30, 2014
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This is from a company called Room and Board.
March 30, 2014 at 2:47pm     
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