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
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White cabinets and grey countertops
no upper cabinets and open to dining
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use of wood
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Stove and sink