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Example of a small trendy galley kitchen design in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash and no island

12th Street ResidenceContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

We opened up walls to set up a visual axis from the living and dining rooms to the backyard. Consolidating storage to a wall of full-height cabinets keeps the counter space free of visual obstructions. The sculptural figure is by the artist Chris Donnelly. The owners of the house are art collectors and it's one of the pieces in their collection. You can find out more about the artist here: http://chrisdonnelly.popslice.com/ photo by Lincoln Barbour

Example of a small trendy galley kitchen design in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash and no island —  Houzz

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tobitamara wrote:Oct 2, 2011
  • Alex Biller
    Thanks! I just can't find a fridge that is less than 36 inches deep (with handle). Does the fridge stick out from the 2' pantry?
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    Ogawa Fisher Architects
    A counter-depth refrigerator would be ideal, but standard depth (usually about 36") should be fine. I would recommend a model with french doors, so you can get around them when they are open.
Murray Designs wrote:Feb 9, 2012
anne1028 wrote:Sep 12, 2012
Could you tell me the name/product of the floor? I can only find one manufactured in Europe

  • anne1028
    Below you say IKEAFlooring but I can find no sign of that on the website. Thanks!
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    Ogawa Fisher Architects
    Hi, I think Vanessa meant Flooring: Flexco (the IKEA refers to the kitchen cabinets and pantry paneling). You can find more information on Flexco flooring here:

    http://www.flexcofloors.com/
Wen Tien wrote:Oct 30, 2012
Love the cabinets. Where are they from? Thanks.

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    Ogawa Fisher Architects
    both kitchen cabinet types are from IKEA. They frequently change their finish options, so the exact match may not be available, but we find that they always have a good selection.
WishICouldAffordThat wrote:Dec 29, 2012
  • WishICouldAffordThat
    Thank you so much for the speedy reply! Probably he is not close enough (San Antonio) to make that practical, but I would love to see a photo of the window and curtains if that is possible. I could send you my email address or perhaps you could post a link if such a photo is already out there. I am installing new casings around some windows that will look very similar to this, but have been unsure about how to position curtain rods. I won't copy his design, but might find something similar, and I would love to see the final window treatment and how the rods and brackets look! BTW had a chuckle over the boat motor used as "sculpture"! Clearly a family of boating enthusiasts!
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    Ogawa Fisher Architects
    Unfortunately, I don't have any additional photos of the curtain or curtain rods, but I am happy to get you in touch with the metal fabricator, who can probably send you additional images and possibly a quote. If you can send your email address to hiromi@ogawafisher.com, I can make the connection. Thanks.
kelly4au wrote:Jan 5, 2013
  • barbcheyne
    is it slippery?
  • Allison Cook
    It is not slippery at all. I feel comfortable running up and down the stairs.
tetleys wrote:Mar 6, 2013
What is the kitchen flooring?

jesshartung wrote:Apr 24, 2013
I love the dining chairs. Can you tell me where they are from? Thanks!

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    Ogawa Fisher Architects
    The owners purchased the foldable chairs from an antique store. I'm sorry I don't have a source for you...
craabe wrote:Apr 24, 2013
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    Ogawa Fisher Architects
    Have you tried a flooring showroom? Rubber flooring is typically available in stores that sell vinyl flooring and carpet. They should be able to sell to you directly. In addition to designers, contractors can also purchase rubber flooring through wholesale vendors. Good luck!
  • Kristy Craig
    Rubberflooringinc.com
lauravandehey wrote:May 17, 2013
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    Ogawa Fisher Architects
    Hi,
    I believe rubber floor tiles are around $6 - $7 per square foot for the material. We typically have the contractor supply the material and installation (including any necessary adhesives) but rubber floor tiles are available at showrooms and stores as well. The tiles are usually sold in packs of 20. I hope that helps!
  • Jennifer Laughlin
    I had a rubber floor like this one - it was orangish - on my kitchen floor. I found it very difficult to keep clean. But, I purchased mine at Lowes and it may have been made of different material and not had any type of surface treatment that allowed for easier maintenance. Super cool looking, but over time it just got to the point where I had to scrub each tile with a brush to try to keep it clean.
Vahideh Ben Ghozi wrote:Sep 2, 2013
What is the plant in the left corner of the dining room, please?

David Branley wrote:Apr 23, 2014
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    Ogawa Fisher Architects
    Hello David, I know we already discussed your question through a separate message, but wanted to note the color here for future reference. The Flexco color used in this project is called Charcoal. But I suggest that you put a sample against your other finishes to confirm if it all works together. I hope that helps!
Farelle Dee wrote:Dec 9, 2014
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    Ogawa Fisher Architects
    Hello, yes it's a sculpture by the artist Chris Donnelly. The owners of the house are art collectors and it's one of the pieces in their collection. You can find out more about the artist here: http://chrisdonnelly.popslice.com/
franca1966 wrote:Aug 1, 2015
How much wall space is there from sink to end of wall that leads to DR

  • franca1966

    Thank you. If I must would you recommend stove across from the sink? Yes, I will be working with a designer. Just wanted to get some ideas first.

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    Ogawa Fisher Architects

    That might be one option. It might be possible to do an island kitchen configuration (and put the stove on the island) if you narrow the circulation around the island to 42". Again, it's hard to say without a detailed analysis of the existing conditions and plan. Good luck!

maryoroyne wrote:Jan 7, 2016
  • maryoroyne

    thanks ! I looked on the referenced website Flexco rubber floor tiles but there are many types under several headings.. which type did you use? I ask because we are redoing our galley kitchen and do not want to have to redo the flooring in the rest of the house. So was looking for something looked like it was designed that way.. !

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jadlin wrote:Jan 9, 2016
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    Ogawa Fisher Architects

    Hi, this kitchen was completed in 2010, so these exact cabinets are no longer available at IKEA. But the VOXTORP series in their current lineup might be a close equivalent.

  • sahar01

    Thank you

doogan1 wrote:Apr 11, 2017
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    Ogawa Fisher Architects

    I believe it was the low profile in Charcoal. I would recommend getting a sample and putting it in your room/area to confirm that it's the right choice for your home. Flexco has a range of grays and they are subtly different. I hope that helps!

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