My Houzz: Hillside Home in Northern CaliforniaContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

Alex Amend © 2012 Houzz

Example of a trendy kitchen design in San Francisco with glass-front cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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    It looks like a small window.
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    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Joanna Tovia added this to Slow Down and Ease Up: A Sanity-Saving Approach to LifeDecember 29, 2016

    Finances on autopilot. The more money we make, the more we tend to spend — that’s just human nature. If you’re not a budgeter or naturally frugal, at least put as much of your income as you can into savings every time you get paid. Set up an automatic deposit into your savings account — your spending will soon adapt accordingly. I do this already, but this year, I’m going to increase the portion I save. The more I save, the more travel choices I’ll have. And what better way is there to spend money? If you’re more sensible than I am, you should probably put a little extra into your mortgage each month as well, even if it’s just a few dollars.

    Glamour Nest added this to Home Setups That Serve You: Designing the KitchenSeptember 21, 2013

    What Do You Use Your Kitchen For? Remember when I said that your kitchen isn’t just a place where people cook and eat? To really make the room work for you, you'll need to figure out what else you’re using it for. Does your partner chat with you while you’re cooking? A spot with a stool can keep him or her comfortable (and out of the way) while you prepare dinner.

    Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: Keeping Tidy in Smaller SpacesNovember 6, 2012

    Slim down your technology. Let go of the bulky desktop computer and rely on your laptop; trade in your old stereo for a sleek little iPod dock; mount a slim flat-screen TV on the wall — and watch your space open up.How Portability Can Make You Happier at Home

    Alex Amend Photography added this to My Houzz: Hillside Home in Northern CaliforniaApril 6, 2012

    Alba added this “mommy desk” and small window to the built-in cabinetry in the dining room. She wanted to give herself an area to work in while being near her daughter while she plays in the adjoining living room. The mirrored backsplash reflects light and the panoramic view from the other side of the house, expanding the feel of the space.Lower-cabinet hardware: Bauer Design

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    HU-202702993 added this to My ideasNovember 5, 2019

    Breakfast bar to face patio w/ storage

    HU-24830377 added this to Идеи пользователя webuser_24830377October 20, 2018

    добавить в кухонный ряд маленький столик (поверхность) для работы (возможной).

    Jeanne Shaddle added this to Kitchen Cabinets and CountersJuly 26, 2018

    I love windows under the cabinets

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