Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence contemporary-kitchen
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Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence Contemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

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Kitchen - contemporary kitchen idea in San Francisco with flat-panel cabinets and medium tone wood cabinets — Houzz

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catladymom wrote:
what are the dimensions of the eating area? thank you
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catladymom
thank you
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marymikes3

Beautiful kitchen. Am planning a cabinet design as yours. Please let me know what type of wood you used for cabinets, and who made them. Thank you!

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kate greene wrote:
please tell me the length and width of the glass in the shelves - I'm planning to use something similar..i need the know the estimate distance between two shelves and the width of the glass. It doesn't have to be exact. Any help would be great!!!
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The counter is 3ft tall & the beam is 8ft above the floor.

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skfptl wrote:
dining table - where can i find this dining table?
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happygolucky4

What are the dimensions of the table and where can it be purchased?

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trosenthal wrote:
Glass shelves - Nice touch with the cut-out in the wall and glass shelves. What is the length of the cut-out?
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Bonnie wrote:
beautiful cabinets! - who is the manufacturer? thanks!
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janet123 wrote:
What is the brand of the knobs? Great, clean look
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