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San Francisco Mediterranean

John Bedell Photography, Interiors by Angela Free Design
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Home design - traditional home design idea in San Francisco — Houzz

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Rosemary Santner wrote:
What is the width of each door? Thank you - Effingwell
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Alison Gant

Ok. Thanks.

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emceewill
Beautiful and inviting arrangement!
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aalmquis wrote:
Paint Color on back wall - Beautiful color- what is it?
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karynn
It's so intriguing! I'll use my imagination and creativity to visualize the space. Thank you, Lorin Hill. Beautiful work!
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Jenna Lockwood
I have a similar color in my kitchen by Sherwin Williams. It is called Contented.
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dblack1069 wrote:
Pocket doors? - Are the doors pocket doors?
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vas711
Would you mind sharing the manufacture of these doors? I'm doing a renovation on my house in the Northeast and I'm having avery hard time trying to find doors like these! Thank you:)
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Lorin Hill, Architect

Sorry for the delay! Thet were custom made in San Francisco; I'm afraid we don't have the source handy.

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jstprncss wrote:
Paint color on doors? - What color was used to paint the doors?
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juliebellesmom
Company that made the doors...or were these custom made?
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Lorin Hill, Architect
As I recall they were locally made.
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Ellen Westover wrote:
Is this a pantry sort of thing in the kitchen with French pocket doors - Or what is the correct name of this piece in the kitchen? It's absolutely wonderful.
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Lorin Hill, Architect

Hi - yes, it's a walk-in pantry. The glass doors sort of require it to be kept neat!

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Kara Rennert

Where did the doors come from?

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Peggy Damico wrote:
Where can I buy these doors?
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Lorin Hill, Architect

We are glad that you like the doors! However, we want to let you know that they were custom made.

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kchildrn

Where can I find the hardware for the doors?

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Leslie Schneider wrote:
Glass in Doors - Could you please tell me what the length and width of the glass is ? We are attempting to replicate these doors. Love them !
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Lorin Hill, Architect

Leslie, thank you for your question. The approximate size of the glass panels is 10" W x 72" H. Best of luck with your project!

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Jacqueline Haney wrote:
Inside pantry dimensions - We are renovating our kitchen and would love this idea as our pantry. My space to do this would only be 4 ft. Deep. The width is 5 ft. Do you think this would work?
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Lorin Hill, Architect

Jacqueline, thank you for your question. We always make sure to have 36" for aisle width, so that means you could put a 24" deep cabinet on one side and 12" shelves on the adjacent wall. Best of luck with your project!

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adambtaylor wrote:
Can you show a pic of the inside of the pantry? left and right sides?
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Lorin Hill, Architect
Adam, we don't have a picture from inside the pantry. However, I can tel. you that it's 11" deep shelving on both sides for 4'-0" in length before front edge of the countertop. Best of luck with your project!
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diakie wrote:
I love this pantry! Can you tell me the size please? Thank you!
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Lorin Hill, Architect
The interior dimensions are 5 ft. wide by 6 ft. deep. The shelves add another foot of depth.
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Esther Lira Barajas wrote:
shelving - Hi. Beautiful work. How deep is the shelving? thx
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Lorin Hill, Architect
Approx. 12 inches deep.
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Judy Davies wrote:
Oh my! So beautiful! - Love pantry built behind wall w glass doors!
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Lorin Hill, Architect
Thank you for the compliment Judy!
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Anamaria Dobrin wrote:
How do you call the pretty "brackets" on each upper corner? - How do you call the pretty "brackets" on each upper corner, in English?
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misslaurenmac wrote:
What brand and color is the sage paint in the back of the shelves? - I love the contrast of the white plates against the green.
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wbjodoin wrote:
What is the width and depth of the outside shelving
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janeannhartman wrote:
Pantry with pocket French doors - Can you provide approximate dimensions for door width and shelve width and depth?
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Janet wrote:
Just beautiful - Lovely space!
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