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Kitchen - contemporary kitchen idea in San Francisco with quartz countertops, stone slab backsplash and gray countertops

Applegate Tran InteriorsContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

We took a large kitchen that could be overwhelming and transformed the space to create a sense of intimacy by using earthy materials like the wood beams on the ceiling and wooden cabinetry and mixes of natural stones. The other challenge is the request from the client to have a contemporary approach to the design but making sure that it is still warm and inviting for their use. -Contrasting materials like the heavy blackened steel and granite were used with soft, natural materials to create a balance between serenity and masculinity. What is unique is the play of mix of materials in a variety of finishes from natural sandblasted granite to a honed limestone combine with a solid surface material Caesar Stone. The cabinets (cabinet maker-Mueller Nichols) has two different wood combination from a lighter vertical Eucalyptus and darker vertical Walnut (running horizontal on the cabinets) But the look is subtle since the mix is still overall earthy, natural and tone on tone change. The old beams in the ceiling were used. It was painted over the years so we stripped it down to the natural material and added cross beams to create the grid patterns. Rustic cross beams combine with beautiful phoenician plaster on the ceilings. Built in speakers that can be troweled over with plastering so the speakers are totally hidden in the ceilings. Multi level islands to serve multiple activities from cleaning, prepping, chopping and eating. Butcher block lower level for easy chopping and cantilivered to create a more dynamic and sculptural quality. ce the clients really cook in this kitchen that the list of appliances for extraordinary. Pizza oven, built in coffee maker, steamer, double convection ovens, 6 burner pro style cooktop, 48 inch refrigerator, 2 refrigerator drawers, 2 dishwashers, wine refrigerators etc... Contrasting materials like the heavy dark steel and granite were used with soft, natural materials to create a balance between serenity and masculinity. The seamless windows highlight and connect the indoor and outdoor living spaces. The clients are gourmet cooks that enjoy entertaining and cooking so many types of cooking equipments like a six burner cook top with grill, a brick oven and a speed oven as well as a pantry that is connected to the kitchen were used. There are also two islands in the kitchen which serves different functions. One is used mainly for prepping and cleaning while the other is used as a serving area and a place to gather. Every inch of space in the kitchen is integrated with each other which leaves no room for error and presents a flawless design execution. Cabinets Manufacturer:Mueller Nicholls http://www.mnbuild.com/ Contractor:James Rogers Knobs:Rocky Mountain Hardware  Product Binder  ‘O’ Cabinet Hardware  pg 4 Style # CK225 http://www.rockymountainhardware.com/binder_pages/O_CabinetHardware.pdf Pulls:Rocky Mountain Hardware  Product Binder  ‘O’ Cabinet Hardware  pg 12 Style # CK355 http://www.rockymountainhardware.com/binder_pages/O_CabinetHardware.pdf Pendant Lights:Sloan Miyasato Sinks: Blanco Refrigerator: Subzero Double Oven: Miele Coffee System: Miele Speed Oven: Miele Warming Drawer: Miele Dishwasher: Miele Hood: Independent Hood Wood Oven: Mugnaini Wine Storage and Drawer Refrigerator: Subzero Island Counter: Sea Foam Granite from ASN Stone Perimeter Countertop: Caesar Stone Backsplash: Lochness Green Antiqued Limestone from ASN Stone Cabinetry: Quartered Eucalyptus and American Black Walnut Butcher Block: Spekva Flooring: Limestone from Ann Sacks Faucets: Dornbrachts Photo-David Livingston

Kitchen - contemporary kitchen idea in San Francisco with quartz countertops, stone slab backsplash and gray countertops —  Houzz

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Diane Seiden wrote:May 18, 2011
gordonmaxwell designs wrote:Jul 29, 2012
I am looking for a stove top like this one that has the controls in the front. Who makes this one? Thank you

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kristiebarry wrote:Apr 24, 2013
I would love to know what are the windows? Simple but modern. and lvoe the bifold.. what company?

anniejohn wrote:Jun 6, 2014
Can you please share who made this island and what is the wood used.

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    Applegate Tran Interiors
    The entire kitchen cabinet was fabricated by Mueller Nichols in the East Bay, CA.
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    James D. Rogers, Builder
    Yes, Mueller Nichols of Oakland, CA produced the kitchen island. You can contact them at (510) 444-5000 or www.mnbuild.com. The wood cabinets are made from a visible grain walnut and the island's top is espresso colored butcher block and honed, sandblasted grey granite.
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