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Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless dark wood floor kitchen remodel in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, stainless steel appliances and white countertops
Fiorella Design
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San Jose Res 2

Hand scraped hardwood floor. Marble counter tops, traditional kitchen, crackle ceramic subway tile, farmhouse sink

Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless dark wood floor kitchen remodel in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, stainless steel appliances and white countertops —  Houzz

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lwhalen1 wrote:November 17, 2010
Lisa wrote:November 18, 2010
  • royaltyroy
    Marble has been used and enjoyed in kitchens by Europeans for thousands of years. The granite folks would like you to think that their product is superior. Not so. Unless you are an oink-oink pig (spill red wine, leave it there for a month) staining will happen so rarely that it shouldn't be a factor in the decision.
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bonbonsaresweet wrote:January 12, 2011
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    Kerrie Kelly Design Lab
    This looks pretty gray, but it may be the picture. Try Carrara Venato Marble Honed Subway Tile or Walker Zanger Carrara Subway Tile.
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    Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
    This photo has been tagged with the answer, Ceramic Tile - Walker Zanger- Mizu Pebb
    Walker Zanger discontinued it but has many other lovely tiles to choose from. :) Rhoda
mgrace wrote:January 30, 2011
ceedeebee wrote:May 29, 2011
    jools wrote:June 19, 2011
    • AMN
      If a Viking oven's big-honkin' red knobs look good in that kitchen, then I think SS handles on a Kitchen Aid or Electrolux (what we have) will look just fine. Any time you do SS, they're going to look somewhat industrial. Until they start making appliances with oil rubbed bronze finishes, I think we're all stuck with the somewhat utilitarian look of SS, white, and black (unless you integrate into cabinetry completely).
    • shvetaoak
      Thank you Feeney! Those pictures help a lot! That is a great idea. I will need to talk to the builder about it. Thanks for your input and ideas:)
    rlanda wrote:October 25, 2011
    • bepsf
      Looks like Heath ceramic tile to me - They have the most beautiful glazes which can vary from piece to piece due to their handmade nature:

      http://www.heathceramics.com/go/heath/tile/

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      Fiorella Design
      Not Heath. Walker Zanger Mizu. You have to call WZ it was going to be discontinued.
    tenm10 wrote:November 10, 2011
    stefanie1215 wrote:December 2, 2011
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      Fiorella Design
      I believe it's Rohl...and Yes, I typically match them.
    • stefanie1215
      I am thinking about a Moen Lindley faucet for my main sink in Spot Stainless, but need a smaller prep sink faucet to go with my Classic Prestige Franke sink. I'd love a pull down faucet but nothing as large at the Lindley faucet, since the faucet will be set to the right of the sink. In terms of matching, should I pick a smaller lower arc Moen faucet? To be honest, I'm not loving any of them really. Should I look into another manufacturer and risk not a perfect match? Appreciate any advice, thanks!
    Kiwi Cat wrote:December 3, 2011
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      Fiorella Design
      Hi,
      I'm sorry I don't work in the Fresno area. It's really hard to budget not knowing what all would be new and how much plumbing, electrical, etc that you'd need done...The backsplash tile was about $30 a sf, Carrara Marble is about $15 sf, New cabinets can really vary if they are custom or big box...You should have a designer draw something up and then get it priced through 3 contractors.
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      Fiorella Design
      Oh, and this kitchen was probably about $80-100k but it's hard to know because we did work on the entire house...
    jilllittle wrote:December 12, 2011
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      Fiorella Design
      They are custom but the door is a standard "Shaker" style.
    rachclegg wrote:January 5, 2012
    • nkell
      Love the hardwood. Who is the manufacturer? What is the name of it? Thank you!
    • Zidane Shepard

      The floors are the first thing that stood out to me. I'd also love to know where they came from. They are very pretty.

    bonjark wrote:January 12, 2012
    • jnsiegal

      What is the name of the tile on the backsplash? Love it, just what I am looking for.

    • kjlangille

      grout size?

    elscott5 wrote:January 18, 2012
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      Fiorella Design
      I believe it's Benjamin Moore Super White
    • Betty Mulcahy
      I know you cant see the walls in this picture but I was wondering what color you painted the walls in this kitchen? Thank you.
    Samantha Milosz wrote:January 24, 2012
    • kimberly_lefevers

      HELLO ??? Several people ask the same question(No answer we can see that its hand scraped) brand/maker and color of flooring, pls & thank you

    • kimberly_lefevers

      DOES ANY ONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS FLOOR EXCEPT THAT ITS HAND SCRAPED ?? THANKS

    nancyfranklin wrote:January 27, 2012
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      Fiorella Design
      I'm sorry, but i don't recall. This project was completed about 4 yrs ago. I can recommend several though if you want to email me at maryjo@fiorelladesign.com
    • nancyfranklin
      thank you.
    allismith02 wrote:February 15, 2012
    • papenfus

      Which painting company did the painting of the cabinets and walls?

    • jazie

      what tile was used?

    anitamehta wrote:February 29, 2012
    • Katrina Tate

      rtk123 I know this is old but what did they use to seal your honed marble counters? the slab we like is polished, but will be honed.

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      ARCHIA HOMES

      It is a product that is supplied by most stone fabricators. I cant recall the name.

    mjcoopersb wrote:March 25, 2012
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      BonTon Tile
      I can make you that tile check us out at www.bontondesigns.com I just finished an order like this
    • mjcoopersb
      Thank you for offering. I have decided to use dark green granite instead of marble.
    AboutToGetDusty wrote:March 31, 2012
    24680 wrote:April 2, 2012
    • 24680
      The color of the floor is gorgeous. I just currently have maple floors (aged to a more yellow color) and want to do a kitchen with white cabinets, white marble countertops, and a similar backsplash to the photo, but don't know if my current floor would work with it..
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      Heather Bates Design
      @24680 If you have to keep your floor, i'd say the island could be a different color as a foil to all the white. You could pick up the vein color in the marble...a slate blue would look nice.
    karenmommy wrote:April 8, 2012
    I need to figure out the edge of my marble counter - is this edge a double bullnose? e

    - please tell me what this edge is and what is recommended for a modern kitchen.

    • karenmommy
      thanks you're prob. right but i saw what a marble site called "double bullnose" and it was curved at both top and bottom but pretty straight inbetween. so a rounded straight edge really. I will look at it in a showroom to be sure. would a modern kitchen have a "regular" edge - or squared vertical edge?
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      Renaissance Kitchen and Home
      You are correct,I would double check with the showroom again, some showrooms have their own specific names for their edge profiles.Depending on what you consider modern really is controlled by the other elements in the room. For example if all the cabinet doors have a simple or square edge and square details then I would suggest a square edge. If your kitchen has a lot of curved elements than I would suggest you do a rounded edge profile. In certain projects we have done the client wants the countertops to be the star of the show, so we would have them fabricated with a very decorative edge. But if the kitchen has a lot of other elements going on then I would suggest that the counter edge treatment be more subdued not to complete with everything else.

      Hope this helps.

      Torry Manzo
      Renaissance Kitchen and Home
    vdianabaldwin wrote:May 14, 2012
    What is distant between stove and counter /island?

    • Ann Marie Anzilotti
      Typically 42"
    • smykisha
      I'm adding a second bar on the other side of my middle island. There aren't any appliances on that side of the island or bar - could I bring it in closer to make it easier to move back and forth between them?
    mkhelton wrote:May 15, 2012
    Is this carrera or alabama white?

    - Is this carrera or alabama white

    rhanfling wrote:May 16, 2012
    what is the name of this floor?

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      BohLand Homes
      Just a guess, but we have used a similar looking product in some of our homes and it is a wood product prefinished. This looks closest to 'Elegance Plyquet Vintage Collection Solid Handscraped in Schimara Toast Brown.
    • mrspaw
      It looks just like what we are putting down, a laminate, Kensington Manor Golden Teak from Lumber Liquidators.
    marnij97 wrote:May 17, 2012
    What brand/model of wine fridge is in this kitchen?

    clinkchap wrote:May 18, 2012
    Was the window there or part of the design. Love it. Was there soffit above the sink that was taken out?

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      Fiorella Design
      Window was a part of the design and there is a door that matches leading to the back yard.
    • beau621
      Fantastic. Who is the manufacturer?
    kitchensink wrote:May 24, 2012
    What are the colors of the walls in this kitchen

    • arialvetica
      Do you mean the backsplash tile? If you hover over the graphic you'll see that it's Ceramic Tile - Walker Zanger- Mizu Pebb
    tracymurphy1997 wrote:May 30, 2012
    What is the manufacturer, make and color of the subway tile?

    • judyreishus
      How do you like your range? Would you buy a Wolfe again? And wondering the brand and color of your gorgeous subway tiles
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      Walker Zanger Charlotte, NC
      The tile is the Mizu Line from Walker Zanger. It is discontinued, but a lot of the colors have a lot of stock left. Please let me know if you would like more details.
      Thanks!!
    melenny wrote:June 9, 2012
    Can you give me an very similar alternative to the walker Sanger tiles used for the backsplash?

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      Fiorella Design
      Try Ann Sacks Earthenware flannel crackle
    • betsyweisberg
      Waterworks may also have something similar
    saraj727 wrote:June 15, 2012
      saraj727 wrote:June 20, 2012
      Lovely kitchen. Can you tell me the size of this window and ceiling height? Thanks so much!

        joanbreen wrote:June 27, 2012
        What is the countop product?

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          Designer Shylo Preston
          You might be interested in checking out Vicostone's new quartz called Calacatta?
          www.vicostoneus.com
        • Angie Moore
          Vicostone also makes a color called Carrara. The veining is much finer.
        bernjohn wrote:July 1, 2012
        What is the white paint color?

        • behrycaj
          What is the color/brand of cabinets?
        • ERA

          I am also very interested in the brand of the cabinets! I hope someone will see this and respond! It's a beautiful kitchen.


        Daphne W wrote:July 14, 2012
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          Fiorella Design
          Really? I feel flattered then. I did this about 5 yrs ago!
        • Anne
          I need the name of the flooring!
        Julie Mahloch wrote:July 20, 2012
        What size are the can lights?

        jojofossatti wrote:July 23, 2012
        i want to purchase cup pulls like the ones in the photo. Who makes them?

        corres3 wrote:July 24, 2012
        love the window area...how much room between the window and cabinet? Thanks

        Chloe Samantha wrote:July 30, 2012
        • eyanes
          Try Ballard Designs website
        • theresahouck
          Look at Ballard Designs. I know they sell topiaries of all sizes and shapes
        lgw1 wrote:August 18, 2012
        What is the name and type of your counter tops? The kitchen is lovely!

        • theresahouck
          On the Marble?!!!!!
        • Lisa
          yes, on the marble. get a sample of carrera, stain it and try the soft scrub with plastic wrap solution. It is effective and doesn't damage the stone.
        suemont wrote:August 19, 2012
        • roselandrealtor
          Check out www.terragreenceramics.com. They have a beautiful crackled (and recycled) product line called Terra Krystal. I will be using the Sweet Mint tile for my subway tile backsplash. Only negative is a 3-4 week lead time so I will need to order it soon. This kitchen picture is very similar to my kitchen in progress on a 1960 ranch style makeover in Austin.
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          Walker Zanger Charlotte, NC
          Walker Zanger Mizu Pebble. This material is discontinued but is still available in other sizes and colors. Please e-mail shash@walkerzanger.com with any additional questions.
        calicat wrote:August 22, 2012
        is this tile available in Canada (Toronto area)?

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          UCARCHITECT
          try Stone Tile, 1451 Castlefield Avenue, Toronto, ON
          Phone: (416) 515-9000
        kendrajohnson wrote:August 26, 2012
        I have the same marble, what can I use for cleaning?

        • Amy Risk
          Yes can you please give manufacturer/color details for the tile? It's gorgeous!
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        ajsantisi wrote:August 30, 2012
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          Fiorella Design
          It's not bamboo floor either. I'm sorry I don't recall specs but it's an engineered hand scraped hardwood
        • CM Kresge

          It looks like a Shaw floor

        hazeljack1934 wrote:September 17, 2012
        • Marisa Boniello
          I think the floor may be wood looking porcelain tiles. Florida Tile makes a line called Berkshire, which comes in many shades. Olive (tree, not color) is very dark and has the look of hand scraped wood planks.
        • sandyk311
          I believe this floor is Mohawk Santa Barbara, Chocolate Maple Hardwood.
        Bilel Romdhane wrote:September 18, 2012
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        • Donna Ewart

          Have you found anything else that was close to that tile? It is so pretty!

        • cabbott2013

          This kitchen is beautiful.

        cocinadecheca wrote:September 24, 2012
        I want to put marble in my kitchen, I have two boys, does marble gets damage easily?

        • AnneLise Staal

          What is the tile on the wall? it's beautiful

        • Elaine A

          I'm also interested in the backsplash tile. What is it?

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