The Hillside House contemporary-kitchen
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The Hillside House

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Kitchen - contemporary kitchen idea in San Francisco — Houzz

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iserra wrote:
Where did you get these stools?
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rbthat
THANKS!!
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manoucheri wrote:
what kind of cabnets are these?
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Valerie Kisiel
I love these cabinets. Where did you get them?
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amycecchi
Where are the cabinets from? Do you have a picture of the lower cabinets too? Nice!
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Leigh King wrote:
any thoughts on how this hood was done -- material? design? thanx
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KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
It looks like cold-rolled steel. A company called Soupcan in Chicago used to work with this material - they still may. Not sure how they did it, but it's certainly custom.
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Form+Function Builders
It was designed and fa'd by Chris French Metal, located in Oakland
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taratobin wrote:
What is the hood made out of? From?
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pameladavis wrote:
Who is the manufacturer of the kitchen cabinets? - I love these and currently have a contractor searching for cabinets and these are just what I would love to have.
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Love the colour of the bench top. Could also be used in powder room and ensuite.

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