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Inspiration for a 1960s home design remodel in San Francisco

Rustic Modern Kitchen

A re-creation of a 1950’s home in SF, is now family friendly and perfect for entertaining. Architectural finishes, fixtures and accessories were selected to marry the client's rustic, yet modern industrial style. Overall pallette: waterworks penny rounds, white subway tile, dark grout, calcutta oro island with soapstone counters. Photography: Photo Designs by Odessa

Inspiration for a 1960s home design remodel in San Francisco —  Houzz

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goldiesun wrote:July 22, 2012
carli8020 wrote:August 21, 2012
Where can I get shelving like this, that looks like nice rich solid wood?

- I might like this better between two kitchen windows, than wood cabinets with glass doors. Thanks!

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    Linda Berg Designs
    These are particularly pretty... They most likely are a custom shelf possibly walnut or a more exotic. Any custom shop can make with ease! If you don't want to do custom or don't have a shop nearby... Online has tons of floating shelves...
    Good Luck... Visit http/www.DesigningRichmond.com for other kitchen remodeling help!
    Linda Berg
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    Preservation & Renovation

    looks like rosewood to me.

marg1212 wrote:October 31, 2013
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