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Amoroso Design Contemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

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Corinna wrote:
What is the material for the island counter (close-up)?
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Thank you Annie! The close-up photo threw me because it looks more gray than tan from the original question.
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Andrea Patella_Spalding
I love this wooden bowl. Where can I get it?
cveilleuxwright wrote:
Where can I get a organic bowl like this?
meh2ny wrote:
Stair tread - Trim on stair well

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Debbie Snider added this to Falling for Flowers: Autumn Color in a Vase
A simple arrangement of hydrangeas and eggplants look as if they were just picked from the garden. Pair your arrangement with bowls of fruits and vegetables for additional natural color.
Laura Gaskill added this to Spring Style: Fresh-Cut Flowers for Every Room
Next time you come home from the market, take a peek inside that produce bag before stowing it all in the fridge. Some fruits and vegetables are strikingly beautiful on display alongside cut flowers. Just be sure to choose hardy fruits and veggies, and plan to eat them within a week.
Lisa Frederick added this to Feast on Farm-Fresh Color
EggplantJust try to resist that shiny purple. Eggplant has a gravitas and a regal air that few other colors can match.
Kim Gamel added this to 8 Pickable Plants for Fall Centerpieces
With their large, multiflowered clusters, hydrangeas make excellent cut flowers. The fact that they come in a wide variety of sizes and colors makes them suitable for almost every landscape. Not only gorgeous at first blush, many turn an attractive reddish purple for fall beauty as well. These two varieties are great for cutting:Smooth HydrangeaBotanical name: Hydrangea arborescensUSDA zones: 3 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Medium moisture, well-drained soilLight requirement: Partial shade Mature size: 3 to 4 feet tall and wideOakleaf HydrangeaBotanical name: Hydrangea quercifoliaUSDA zones: 5 to 9Water requirement: Medium moisture, well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 6 to 10 feet tall and wide

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Pat Campbell added this to Hallway near stairs
Artificial vegetables and flowers
kar44 added this to karen's kitchen
large oval bowl with eggplant, turnips, etc hydrangia

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