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Open concept kitchen - beach style open concept kitchen idea in San Francisco

Organic Contemporary with Whimsial PopsBeach Style Kitchen, San Francisco

Open concept kitchen - beach style open concept kitchen idea in San Francisco —  Houzz
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Jess H wrote:Nov 13, 2012
  • beckkrush
    For everyone that is asking...I am a lighting designer in Milwaukee, WI and I also have a client that is interested in the pendants. After some research, I believe them to be by a company called Access Lighting, fixture #50535.
  • Helen Gibson
    Yay thank you.
lkwasha wrote:Sep 21, 2012
  • iamthe1
    hihihihihihihihihhihihihihihihihihihi
  • iamthe1
    the colour is nice
catts5 wrote:Dec 17, 2012
  • ideas111
    Room paint colors - darker and lighter walls please? thank you.
  • Laura Adzich-Brander
    I would like the wall colors as well
rasher57 wrote:Dec 18, 2014
  • mlvogel
    Not the way to make a great impression, I would not be interested in working with a professional who can't be find thirty seconds to reply to an inquiry. Pretty though, could be shared and replicated.
Jane Potter wrote:Jul 24, 2013
  • chaso17
    what color is the darker paint wall? love that color
  • texidona
    Hi Lisa, What are the colors you use on the walls? Thank you!
cjhurban wrote:Mar 23, 2012
  • cayococo16
    would love to know the paint color of the lighter wall.
  • dlchaisson
    I also love these colors and would like to know what they are.
Wilmer Yariel Morales wrote:May 24, 2018
lrvan8 wrote:Oct 27, 2013
    allmarblehead wrote:Nov 21, 2012
      Sandy mcgwire wrote:Aug 24, 2011

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        vanessa_brunner
        Vanessa Brunner added this to Open vs. Closed Kitchens — Which Style Works Best for You?Jul 18, 2013

        The Case for a Closed KitchenThe kitchen is already the most expensive room in the house to remodel, and turning a closed kitchen into an open plan can add to the cost. Tearing down walls means dealing with plumbing, electrical and structural work on a huge scale. Sometimes the added expense means compromising in other areas. For homeowners who’d rather invest in other parts of their kitchen — appliances, materials or cabinetry — reworking the layout may not be worth it. “You have to think about what’s best for you,” says Petrie. When it comes to allocating your kitchen budget, which is more important, he asks, “an efficient, functional kitchen with better appliances? Or an open layout that connects to the rest of your home?”

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        lauren_corulli
        Lauren Corulli added this to Lauren's ideas37 minutes ago

        dark floors white cabinets and lighting!

        darnow
        darnow added this to CC KitchenNov 7, 2018

        do not want windows in kitchen to look like this. odd in space next to vaulted ceiling

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