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Kitchen Traditional , San Francisco

Shannon Malone © 2012 Houzz
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snillocaz wrote:
Need builder and cost estimate - I have a nook window space in my house that looks like this but no storage bench (just the empty carve out). Anyone know someone in the Phoenix area that can build this and approximately how much it would cost?
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I don't know of a builder in the Phoenix area, but you can estimate between $250-$400 a running foot for quality woodworking like you have on mind there. Any reputable cabinet maker would be capable of completing the job for you.
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gigiandoliver wrote:
Where are the pillows from...specifically the orange octopus pillow?
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Any chance you could tell me where the orange octopus pillow came from? can't find one like it anywhere. thanks!!
mharalds wrote:
Was this a custom build or if it was not could you tell me who makes t - Was this a custom build or if it was not could you tell me who makes these drawers/benches? Thanks!
tdf813 wrote:
window height - hi. could you tell me what size windows you used for the seat and then for the kitchen sink. thanks and it really is a lovely kitchen! i cant stop looking at it!
louisematthews wrote:
Style - Having looked at 100's of homes on this site over weeks, I'd just like to say I LOVE the way this house is presented. Not a hint of the often so-fake over-styling that is so prevalent, (often looking like everything was purchased yesterday from the same store) yet it is very stylish & VERY personalised. What a beautiful welcoming home! Congratulations!
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steph1210 wrote:
Does anyone know where I could find the decorative heating vent grille?
eviola wrote:
Do you know the dimensions of this built in bench? - We are considering it - but not sure we have enough space - and this one looks sizeable but still cozy and inviting
prettysmile58 wrote:
Who is the manufacurer on these windows? - I have a use for something like this at my lake home in New Hampshire - however before I get too excited I would like to know who makes them and their approximate cost. Thank you in advance for your response.
kerstad wrote:
Love the windows in this house! Can you tell me what company they are from?

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Shannon Malone added this to My Houzz: A Hilltop Family Home in Santa Cruz
With its southwestern-facing views, the warm and sunny window seat in the kitchen is a favorite spot for reading the newspaper, checking emails and simply enjoying the view. "You can see the Pacific, the forest and the local wildlife as they parade across the lawn," says Enid. "We have seen everything from a family of quail, to bunnies, to a gang of wild turkeys."Because of the sun exposure, Enid chose to cover the cushions with outdoor fabric, and she changes out the throw pillow covers as needed.
Joanna Tovia added this to Cure Your Addiction to ‘Busy’ With a Dreamy Daybed
Corner the market. A daybed or window seat can find a home just about anywhere if you make it a priority.

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Kim Harper added this to For Ali
I like how wide the center part of the bench is but in my kitchen layout they have drawn it NOT balanced, I feel like they could shorten up the side extended to the west making it feel more balanced somehow, I"m open to suggestions... Ours will have a back on it
cathcappel added this to cathcappel's ideas
Window seat even around corner window!
Jean Risser added this to BENCHES window seats in the kitchen
K J added this to Photos to Malcolm
We both like the idea of built-ins - in any room.

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