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Class Romantic RanchScandinavian Kitchen, San Francisco

Eat-in kitchen - large scandinavian u-shaped light wood floor and beige floor eat-in kitchen idea in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, white cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island, recessed-panel cabinets, quartzite countertops, marble backsplash and white countertops —  Houzz
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design1008 wrote:September 1, 2019
  • Michele Farah

    Would you be able to tell me what Is the brand of the range hood?

  • PRO
    KBG Design

    The vent hood liner is by Zephyr (Monsoon 42") and the custom cabinetry was built to accommodate the liner.

Barrie T wrote:December 12, 2019
  • hbtita

    Could you share the backsplash tile design name and brand. It’s very beautiful. Thank you

  • PRO
    KBG Design

    This is a honed 3x6 Calacatta marble tile. I believe my clients purchased through Bedrosians, however, this is a common marble variety that's sold all over the place. :-)

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to 5 Welcoming Kitchens With Soft Color PalettesSeptember 3, 2019

Designer tip. “If you want to do away with an eat-in kitchen table, make sure you have plenty of room for seating at your island, and be mindful as to where those are placed,” Gilmour says. “Pay close attention to keeping guests out of the kitchen’s main work triangle, the connection between the sink, fridge and cooktop. I often place the refrigerator right at the transition between the public and private space of the kitchen, just like [in] this kitchen. That way guests can access the refrigerator without crossing through the cook’s work triangle.”“Uh-oh” moment. “This island is so large — 7 feet, 8 inches by 10 feet — that it was larger than any single available engineered quartz material,” Gilmour says. “So we opted to source a manufacturer that makes consecutive slabs. You’d never know it, but this island has a seam. It’s unnoticeable in real life and in pictures.”

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Stephanie C added this to Kitchen2 days ago

large hanging pendent light fixtures, water by stove

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