Elegant u-shaped multicolored floor enclosed kitchen photo in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, marble countertops, white appliances, white cabinets, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash

Case Design and Remodeling of San Jose

Traditional Kitchen, San Francisco

This retro kitchen offers the clean lines and look of white on white but then allows for the pop of color on the floor and on the opposite end the lit upper cabinets where you can add another pop of color.
Elegant u-shaped multicolored floor enclosed kitchen photo in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, marble countertops, white appliances, white cabinets, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash - Houzz

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behrycaj wrote:July 6, 2012
  • rbthat
    6 years ago
    what is the heights of the upper cabinets? I want to stack cabinets but the lower ines are less then 30''.These look good together and I'm wondering if the lower ones are less then the 30''H thank you!
  • r_tan
    6 years ago
    Hi rbthat, thank you for your question! The upper cabinets (below the glass fronted cabinets) are indeed 30" with an overall ceiling height of 8 ft. If the cabinet in question are considerably less than 30", you may considering visually breaking up the proposed upper (stacked) cabinets with mullions on the glass. Another consideration is to stack the crown to a taller height and keep the glass cabinets at 12". Hope this helps and feel free to ask any further questions! Good luck!
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