Campbell Kitchen RemodelTraditional Kitchen, San Francisco

A contemporary kitchen remodel located in Campbell, California. This was a design-build project to create an open concept, modern, contemporary, bright, but an inviting / warm family kitchen. The kitchen features white custom built cabinets, with black quartz countertops, and Thermador stainless steal appliances.

Example of a classic kitchen design in San Francisco with stainless steel appliances, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, stone tile backsplash and gray backsplash —  Houzz
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montrealrick wrote:Apr 9, 2012
  • 2simplify
    But, would you mind providing the name and/or manufacturer of the exhaust fan? Thanks, again!
  • Gabor Filo
    All the appliances are Thermador including the exhaust fan.
Adena Grunspan_Moskovic wrote:Jul 1, 2012
  • Gabor Filo
    This project was quite some time ago and I cannot remember if the quartz was a particular brand. It was sourced from a local supplier in San Jose, California (don't remember which one...sorry). It is most likely not made by a major brand. We will often take customers to local dealers to pick out the countertops and there is usually no more than 3 or 4 slabs from the same batch. It is much less expensive to do it this way and you get a more unique finished product. This countertop is a smooth finish, so no texture or leather feel. I hope that helps. We have dozens of good local dealers in the San Jose area that source stone that are not branded.
  • tennisballs
    Love the backsplash. Is it marble or ceramic? Do you remember the name or brand or where you bought it? I live in SF so could go to the same place.
rainonroses wrote:May 9, 2011
  • Eric
    We did not supply this job, but from what I can see, the back splash tile is 3"x6" Bianco Carrara marble. Italian origin and available through Carrara Tiles We have these in Polished, Honed, Beveled and Tumbled. All finished as easy to keep clean if they are sealed properly.
  • lbowbliss

    can you please tell me the size of the counterspace to the left of the stovetop? we are designing a similar layout and want to make sure it's enough space. Beautiful! thanks.

racheeandco wrote:Jun 21, 2013
missyme wrote:Nov 29, 2011
Ayesha Durrani wrote:Aug 21, 2013
  • Sandra H
    The hood is made by Faber
  • idme44
    I found a similar glass canopy hood manufactured by Frigidaire model number
    FHWC3660L for 36" width.
girowond wrote:Oct 21, 2012
  • Jennifer Seale

    But what brand?

  • fernk
    Hi. What colour are the cabinets? Plmk. TIA. Beautiful work.
beauzer12 wrote:Mar 17, 2012
  • beauzer12
    Thanks so much
  • Gabor Filo
    All the appliances are Thermador.
frykri wrote:Dec 27, 2012
  • linakafla1aolcom
    can you tell me the color of the grout and where i can get these tiles?
  • Julia Graziano
    Who is manufacturer of exhaust fan and cost.Write a comment
jbgreenfield wrote:Nov 25, 2012
  • PRO
    Futuro Futuro Kitchen Range Hoods
    The cooktop is 36" wide, and the hood seems to be about 32-34" above it. This is in line with the recommendations from most major range hood manufacturers (26" - 36" is the "spread").
  • yocsgirl
    I would say it is only 30". They look to be 3" x 6" tiles and there are 10 of them between the hood and the range.
alliegee wrote:Apr 29, 2012
  • Gabor Filo
    The cooktop is 36" and the oven is 30" (standard oven width). You should be able to use a cooktop over a wall oven, but it really depends on the product dimensions and how it is installed. The best course of action is to get the product sheets for the cooktop and wall oven (usually available from the manufacturer's website). Measure the available space you have from the bottom of the cabinet (where the wall oven will sit) to the top of the countertop. If this is more than the combined height of the of cooktop and wall oven than you should be ok (if the installation requires a clearance between the bottom of the cooktop and top of the oven add this distance, but in any case it's a good idea to leave some space between the two). Make sure that you can return the cooktop / wall oven in case something is overlooked or you need to make a change. Hope this helps! :)
  • alliegee
    You were a great help,,,thank you!
Daniel Gary wrote:Oct 19, 2011
  • PRO
    KitchenLab Interiors
    That one looks honed...the difference is mostly aesthetic when you're talking about wall tile. For countertops you need to be more careful due to etching etc. Polished surfaces will etch with acid or vinegar, and honed surfaces may be more prone to staining...but both are sealed and less prone to this being on a vertical wall.
  • PRO

    We agree with Rebekah, this looks like honed and I believe a Carrara Bianco 3x6". Carrara Bianco comes in various grades. Be sure to order samples and ask for pictures before buying or agree to having anything ship to you. Even if you are buying from a retailer. The sample board you are looking at has been up there for years (most likely) and lots will change. The retailer will be buying from a distributor like us so getting pictures of the current lot is very important to ensure what you get it what you expect.

    Carrara Bianco 3x8" Polished Subway Tile $7.50 a square foot also available in Honed

bbjochum wrote:May 28, 2011
  • Gabor Filo
    Hello. Sorry about the late reply. It's a Bosch.
  • usonian
    That's actually a Thermador...similar to Bosch.
dafrah wrote:Oct 2, 2013
  • Irene Dimaggio
    Answer the question! What color are the cabs! What is the matter with you!
mikeyrosie000 wrote:Jul 31, 2013
brianflanary wrote:Jan 31, 2013
  • Gabor Filo
    I am not sure what you mean by the question? Could you elaborate and I can try to answer better. Thanks!
kmramos1 wrote:Sep 28, 2012
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    Futuro Futuro Kitchen Range Hoods
    We get this question all the time. The answer is, "as long as you remember to turn on the hood while cooking, the vast majority of grease will be pulled into the filters. There will be little, if any, grease sticking to the bottom of the glass - and any that does stick, can be easily removed with Windex or any other non-abrasive glass cleaner".

    For more information on this, and other common range hood concerns, please visit our "Range Hood FAQ". Your specific question is # 21:

    Don't let grease-o-phobia keep you from choosing a range hood design that you really enjoy!
katachihome wrote:Sep 28, 2012
  • Gabor Filo
    All the appliances are Thermador.
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                    Dytecture added this to 5 Stunning Modern Range HoodsNov 14, 2011

                    Its slim profile makes this hood fan perfect for showcasing the marble tiles in the back.

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                    Like how tile goes all the way up the wall

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