KitchensContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

This hyper-modern kitchen is found within an existing historic carriage house. The juxtaposition of the vernacular with the very contemporary creates a strong feeling of enclosure and serenity.

Inspiration for a contemporary galley eat-in kitchen remodel in San Francisco with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops and paneled appliances —  Houzz
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venelina666 wrote:January 22, 2014
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    The shelves, bench and cabinets are custom made in a local shop. They are made from MDF with a white conversion varnish finish.
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    Earth Bound Homes
    Please correct me if i am misunderstanding you but are you saying that the cabinets are actually just a simple MDF European style cabinet wtih a gloss white conversion varnish finish and they came out that glossy? The finish is immaculate. So you see the differences in the texture of the substrate at the corners where you have a end grain of the MDF vs. a face grain of the the adjacent piece of MDF? Also, where did you source the slab wood bar and what species of wood is it?Thanks. Great looking project.
risi wrote:July 1, 2014
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    SF Architecture
    It is actually a very simple LED rope light on a switched circuit above the cabinets. These lights are not expensive and are widely available in different lengths on the internet or elec supply houses. Pay attention to the color of the LED's though as some cheaper ones may be very blue or yellow.
    Good luck!
vickigig wrote:November 1, 2013
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    Love the barstools. Where are they from?
brickface wrote:April 2, 2013
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    Can you tell me which kind of wood is slab? Thanks. Really beautiful!
amimal wrote:March 10, 2013
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        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Barbra Bright Design added this to 13 Fresh Ways With a White KitchenJune 28, 2017

        10. Wood. Real wood can add a warm organic element to your white kitchen. Islands, floating shelves and countertops are great potential kitchen additions in wood. This photo shows a live-edge bar top.

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        Renee Clanin added this to Renee's ideasDecember 30, 2019

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