Green Goods eclectic-kitchen
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Green Goods Eclectic Kitchen, San Luis Obispo

Design by Heather Tissue; construction by Green Goods

Kitchen remodel featuring carmelized strand woven bamboo plywood, maple plywood and paint grade cabinets, custom bamboo doors, handmade ceramic tile, custom concrete countertops
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http://slogreengoods.com
Eat-in kitchen - mid-sized eclectic u-shaped medium tone wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen idea in San Luis Obispo with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, blue backsplash, a peninsula, recycled glass countertops and multicolored countertops — Houzz

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ritavogl wrote:
What is the flooring?
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GARY FINLEY, ASID
they are made in Texas, and carried in a place in Cherry Creek, (Denver,CO) as well as artsy galleries
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Tonyia Barnes
Are these Kerf cabinets?
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mpfish82 wrote:
Blue tile - What brand is the aqua tile and where was it purchased? Thanks.
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HEATHER TISSUE design
That's 3x6 tile from Fireclay, purchased through Green Goods in San Luis Obispo, CA, a Fireclay dealer. The color is "Turquoise".
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Bright and fun!

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herbmindy wrote:
love the stools at counter, where r they from?
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lyndar2
Looks like the bar stools could be from Sticks out of Des Moines, IA. Check out www.sticks.com
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Peggy Peterson
Or they could be MacKennzie Childs.
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smanke wrote:
source of large glass pendant over table?
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Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Colorful Hub in Southern California
All the other rooms lie on all sides of the kitchen like spokes on a bicycle, so the design had to work for a considerable amount of traffic. Green Goods divided the 280-square-foot space into a kitchen and dining area, leaving a significant aisle between. By tilting the island slightly towards the kitchen work area, the team was able to add space for two bar stools without interrupting the pathway. Dining chairs: Jens Risom side chairs; table: Thos. Moser; chandelier: vintage iGuzzini; bar stools: Sticks, painted by a local artist
Vanessa Brunner added this to 10 Wildly Colorful Kitchens That Thrill and Delight
The home's main rooms surround the kitchen like spokes on a bicycle. The cooking space's unique layout takes all the foot traffic into account. See more of this kitchen

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My island stools painted like this?

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