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Lifestyle 2020 by Green Couch Interior Design Traditional Kitchen, San Francisco

Alex Amend © 2012 Houzz
Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in San Francisco with raised-panel cabinets and white cabinets — Houzz

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Ann W wrote:
Where can I find the brick backsplash
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Leah Welch Streuber wrote:
Brick backsplash vendor? - Who makes the brick backsplash?
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combsmol wrote:
Great kitchen. Who makes the pot racks?
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mcgill05 wrote:
what is the brick backsplash name and product info
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Susan Shapiro wrote:
where did you get these rods for the pots and pans?
Diane L wrote:
who makes the hardware on the cabinets
quinlane wrote:
High marks for visual interest! - Could you tell me the manufacturer of the cupboards and post a close up shot of the countertop? Merci!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Share Supper in the Kitchen
Set up your mise en place. Make like Julia Child and set the stage for success in the kitchen by preparing in advance. Gather your supplies — cutting boards, pots and pans, mixing bowls etc., and have everything neatly set out and ready to go. Choose your best-looking, oven-to-table-type cookware. Look through the recipes you will be using and do a little prep work (wash veggies, chop onions) to make things easier later.
Jennifer Ott Design added this to Hang 'Em or Hide 'Em: 10 Stylish Ways to Store Pots and Pans
This gorgeous copper-clad cookware definitely deserves to be seen. But again, in a tighter space you may not be able to suspend a large pot rack from the ceiling. Double up on linear racks and you can store a large number of pots and pans on the wall.
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 5 Decor Trends to Try — and 5 to Rethink
Another smart way to get a little taste of copper in the kitchen is by displaying some classic copper pots. They fit the trend, but are also a timeless chef’s-kitchen look that can never truly go out of style.Someday if you do want to move on, all you have to do is tuck the cookware back in a cabinet.

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