Example of a large trendy u-shaped eat-in kitchen design in San Francisco with white appliances, yellow backsplash, flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, mosaic tile backsplash, an undermount sink and no island

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Contemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

The kitchen table, crafted by a local artisan using salvaged redwood and douglas fir from the building site, is the center of daily family meals. The 1940’s Magic Chef double oven range—inherited from the client’s family—was restored and incorporated seamlessly into its new modern environment. Photographer: Bruce Damonte
Example of a large trendy u-shaped eat-in kitchen design in San Francisco with white appliances, yellow backsplash, flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, mosaic tile backsplash, an undermount sink and no island - Houzz

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john L wrote:August 3, 2011
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    Nicole Lanteri Design
    9 years ago
    I love this kitchen! (And the rest of their work too...). The backsplash looks like it is made of mosaic brick-style glass tiles.
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    Chr DAUER Architects
    8 years ago
    Tile is
    1x2 GLASS TILE #50 "CORN" RUNNING BOND PATTERN
    CONTACT: ALDRICH @ GLOBAL TILE DESIGN 37 ARKANSAS ST SFCA 94107 415.626.8688
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