Cary Bernstein Architect Potrero ResidenceTransitional Kitchen, San Francisco

Eat-in kitchen - transitional eat-in kitchen idea in San Francisco with stainless steel appliances, flat-panel cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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joaniejoan wrote:Mar 25, 2012
  • joaniejoan
    thanks for the comments. We're located just outside Ft. Lauderdale. I popped on to the site and fell in love with this picture. My hubby and I have yet to agree on a design, but I know he would love this one. Now, the challenge of getting the right folks to help me. :)
  • PRO
    what is your space like at this point?
righthouse4me wrote:Jun 12, 2013
  • jesscampbell
    How big are the windows
  • Beth Mina
    Looks like a low bench. What is the height of the bench without the cushions?
ked9fe wrote:Feb 22, 2013
dubai1 wrote:Dec 29, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Louise O'Bryan added this to Kitchen Banquettes With Laid-Back CharmNov 22, 2016

    Introduce low-level seating. Make the most of garden views by keeping the bench seating below windowsill level. The space below the benches can be maximized with cubbyhole storage — ideal for shoes, books and backpacks.

    Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Expand Your View with Picture WindowsNov 22, 2011

    There is nothing I love more than dining al fresco. On days when it's inappropriate (or impossible) to sit outside for meals, I notice I scoot my chair closer to the window to absorb as much sunlight as possible and pretend I'm outside. Blur the barrier between indoors and out with amazing floor-to-ceiling (or, in this case, bench-to-ceiling) windows that bring the outside in emotionally, even when you can't be there physically.

    Becky Harris added this to 13 Ways to Create an Inviting Eat-In KitchenOct 4, 2011

    Rectangular benches do not require a rectangular table. Look at how well an oval table works in this kitchen.

    Sheila Schmitz added this to Houzz Tour: A Little Cottage Grows UpMar 5, 2011

    Here's a view out toward the front, through those tall skinny windows. Kids can enter the house through the left, hang coats on hooks, and toss their shoes into cubbies under the window seat. Cork wallpaper in the kitchen holds family notes, and the green jar on the upper shelf hides a charging station.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    kpopnob added this to BunkhouseAug 10, 2019

    built in bench/banquette in front of windows

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