Open Plan Traditional- Modern Living For Today's Family beach-style-kitchen
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Open Plan Traditional- Modern Living For Today's Family Beach Style Kitchen, San Francisco

David Duncan Livingston
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Example of a large coastal medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen design in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, open cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island — Houzz

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Kristin Terkelsen wrote:
kitchen faucet - do you have the info for the kitchen faucet?
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Karen

What is immediately to the left of the faucet? A disposal button? and? Can you identify the filtered water faucet you paired to the right? Such a beautiful arrangement.

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tmironicki wrote:
Where did the cabinets come from and what is the material and color - I love this kitchen
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The cabinets were custom designed and fabricated by J. Spix Fine Cabinets in Sausalito. The are solid maple cabinets which were painted. The color on the island is Benjamin Moore 'Whale Gray' 2134-40, and the rest of the cabinets, walls, windows, doors, etc. are Benjamin Moore 'Owl Gray' 2137-60. We used an eggshell sheen on the walls and satin everywhere else. Hope that helps!

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tmironicki

Thank you, very helpful. I like your style very much.

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Natalie S wrote:
where is this lovely sink from? thanks! - Looking for sink details
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Thank you! The sink is a Shaw Fireclay sink by Rohl in the 36x18 size. It is paired with Rohl's Perrin and Rowe Bridge Faucet and water filter tap. Hope that helps!

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Devin Burnett wrote:
Knobs - Are your knobs 1" or 1 1/4"?
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Hi Devin! We used the 1" Lugarno knobs from Restoration Hardware in polished nickel. Hope that helps- L

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Stacy wrote:
Beautiful! Will you please share the cabinet hardware manufacturer? - kitchen reno using Perrin and Rowe faucet - Danville CA
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Thank you! The cabinet hardware is by Restoration Hardware. We used the 8" Lugarno Pulls on the cabinet drawers and the Aubrey Knobs on the cabinet doors- all in polished nickel. We find Restoration Hardware to be a great resources for solid brass hardware with good designs and quality at a reasonable price point. For the Mortise Butt Hinges we use the Von Morris Five Knuckle Hinge with Ball Finials- also in polished nickel. Hope that helps!



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Christina Kaiser wrote:
Window brand? - Hi - Love this space! Wondering if you can share more specifics on the window brand that you used here?
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The windows are Sierra Pacific. They are wood clad. They were on the house originally, when it was built, and where we added or changed windows we used the same brand. Hope that helps!

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Candice Boekweg wrote:
SDL bar profile - I'm a big fan of your work! We are currently building a traditional/modern shingle style home similar to your designs. I am having the hardest time picking out the SDL bar size and profile. We are using mainly 6/1 and 4/1 double hungs? I'm thinking 7/8 muntin bars size for this, but what style? A more simple putty line profile or a more colonial bead stop profile? Do you have any preference? I really appreciate your insight, your work is beautiful!
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Hi Candice. Since you describe the style of the home as traditional, I would definitely choose the colonial profile. The flat, putty line profiles tend to look very modern and a little commercial at times. Hope that helps!

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ljwinks wrote:
I love this kitchen where is the fridge located?
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The refrigerator can be seen to the left of the open shelf cabinet which you can see a glimpse of in this photo. It is a large stainless steel beast that can't be missed! You can see it in the rest of the photos. Hope that helps! Leigha

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J Giraffe wrote:
What is the cabinet/trim color? Thanks!
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The cabinets, trim, doors, windows and walls are Benjamin Moore Gray Owl OC-52. The walls are in an eggshell sheen; everything else is in a satin sheen. Hope that helps!

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Kitchen of the Week: Classic Style Creates Calm for a Busy Family
A large farmhouse sink takes advantage of the large window. The placement of this existing window dictated a lot of the layout. The refrigerator and range remained in the same places but were replaced. “The homeowners had recently gone through a kitchen renovation at their former home and had a great idea of what they liked and what they wanted to do differently this time,” Heydt says. “They had a strong sense of what they valued, which made them very easy to work with.” For instance, they had fallen in love with the Sub-Zero refrigerator after that renovation and purchased the same one for this house. With cooking for six a part of their daily life, the homeowners opted for two dishwashers, which are hidden behind cabinetry panels. Shaws Original single-bowl apron-front kitchen sink and Perrin & Rowe bridge faucet: Rohl

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