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Pierce Street Transitional Kitchen, San Francisco

Aaron Leitz Photography
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Kitchen - transitional kitchen idea in San Francisco with stainless steel appliances, gray cabinets, marble countertops and marble backsplash — Houzz

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Marcia Sullivan wrote:
Is the marble counter top honed or polished? Thank you!
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bsharp1234
Looks like Calacatta oro/gold honed and/or with a sealer.
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Joan Weddell

Not quartz. Should not be used as an example in this feature.

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marignani wrote:
Love the Island top. What is it? Is it the same as the backsplash?
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Sutro Architects
Please contact us directly at info@sutroarchitects.com if you are interested in our architecture and design services. We look forward to hearing from you!
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Jill Cash Designer

Not quartz--Honed Calacatta Gold! Visit Dente Trading in New Jersey to see our beautiful selection!

www. dentetrading.com

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enaranjo7 wrote:
Countertops - What kind of countertop stone was used?
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Benchmark Homes-Jennifer Granath

yes but which one. there are so many manufacturers


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katiesmomma

This stone might be Calcatta Natura by Zodiac

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janepmoore wrote:
Like the pendants over the island. Can you tell me to get them?
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davidfraze
The pendants are vintage - we found them at an antique store and had them rewired
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Sutro Architects
Thank you David for your assistance in answering this question!
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meliel29 wrote:
Range Hood - where can I find? - I am looking for a range hood just like this, but all the ones I see online need external blowers...I don't need a professional working hood just pro looking for our kitchen remodel. Any ideas?
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Futuro Futuro Kitchen Range Hoods
You could consider having a custom metal "shell" made, according to your desired dimensions and look, and powering it with a "range hood insert", such as one of these:

42" Insert/Liner Halogen - http://www.futurofuturo.com/wall-range-hood-WL42INSERT.php

32" Insert/Liner Halogen - http://www.futurofuturo.com/wall-range-hood-WL32INSERT.php

32" Insert/Liner Baffle LED - http://www.futurofuturo.com/wall-range-hood-WL32INSERTBF.php

This way, you can have the best of both worlds - the exact look you want, and the power & reliability of a manufactured range hood.
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meliel29
Thank you!!! These are great ideas.
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Ace of Space wrote:
Counter top and backsplash - Is the counter top quartz? Please share where I can find this beautiful stone. Thank you
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nitenurs94

Heading states that it's quartz. I've found this and many others at better marble and granite shops. Good luck!

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joyce973 wrote:
What is the make and model of the pendulum lights?
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kenneth_r_best

I would also like to know

What is the make and model of the pendulum lights?

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melraye wrote:
Refrigerator - Can you tell me the brand of the refrigerator? Thanks!
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nonnasuz
I'm pretty sure it's a SubZero . Costs @ $16,000
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jmaurillo wrote:
Island electric outlet - Slightly random question, but was there a special way you inset the electric outlet on the side of the island. It blends in so much nicer then the type outlet plate. Thanks!
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Sutro Architects
It is a TRUFIG flush mount outlet. More information is available here, http://www.trufig.com/home.php.
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marignani wrote:
What colour is the island painted?
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Sutro Architects
The cabinetry is painted in Benjamin Moore AC-28 Smoke Embers, # 85 3/4, Semi-Gloss.
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svstong wrote:
where can I get the pennant lites in this picture
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michelle tracy wrote:
refrigerator make and model - Can you give me make of the Frig thx
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kenneth_r_best wrote:
Where can I get a pair of those pendulum lights in brushed nickle? - Currently working on remodeling kitchen and designer suggested these lights for over our kitchen counter/island.
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ars5060 wrote:
Bar stools - The bar stools are amazing. Where can they be purchased?
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Christine McNamee wrote:
edge cut of island - May i ask what cut is that on the island? thanks
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mariette wrote:
About the island top! - What material was used for the island countertop ,quartz or marble please?
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mgrayson8 wrote:
Island colour - Love the island colour. What is it ?
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Koray illeez wrote:
Can I use your image for my blog page? Thanks
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Stephen McRae wrote:
Where can one get the open stainless shelves and hood unit?
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Stephen McRae wrote:
Where can one get the open stainless shelves and hood unit?
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vas711 wrote:
Cabinetry... - Hello, any chance that you would mind sharing the color that was used for the kitchen cabinets? Much appreciated, very cohesive space BTW! Thanks
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jrog3 wrote:
Paint color - Would you mind sharing paint color on cabinets?
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nonnasuz wrote:
Nonnasuz - Please tell me the brand of flooring ? Type? Color?
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Designer Terri Hohl Robertson wrote:
Nook Seating - How did you make the bench seating in the nook? Seating looks canterlevered. How deep did you make your seating?
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thaseo wrote:
What color gray paint is on the kitchen island?
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deanie77 wrote:
Island length - How long and wide is the island please? Thanks.
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pepin4 wrote:
What color is the kitchen cabinets painted? - Would you paint the ceiling same color?
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amymireles wrote:
Is this marble island 3 or 4 cm?
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tennisballs wrote:
Knobs - What size are they and who makes them? Thanks!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Fred Albert added this to The Future of Backsplashes
In this kitchen the Carrara slab backsplash works with the space’s more traditional feel. “Carrara can go both ways,” Barsoum observes. The designer says this look is not as successful with a “busy” stone, such as granite, where the amount of veining can prove distracting.Calacatta vs. Carrara: What’s the Difference?
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 11 Enduring Kitchen Ideas From the Industry’s Biggest Event
8. Quartz countertops. Speaking of surfaces, where you really need a hard-wearing material is on your counters, and for that reason engineered quartz has definitely solidified its spot as the top counter material (as confirmed by Houzz’s latest kitchen trends study).As a manufactured but natural stone-based material, quartz has the ability to mimic marble, slate or other stones, or create a solid-hued modern look, meaning it can truly suit any kitchen. This is probably why we’re seeing it so often, and why it won’t go away any time soon. The look may change, but the hard-wearing practicality won’t.
Marie Flanigan Interiors added this to What’s the Difference Between Quartzite and Quartz Countertops?
Meanwhile, quartz attempts to replicate those distinct characteristics, such as veining. Technology is always advancing, and engineered materials are getting harder to distinguish from the real deal. But because quartz is produced in a controlled manner on a large scale, at some point patterns emerge and repetition happens.
Mitchell Parker added this to 32 Home Design Trends That Will Rule in 2019
5. Quartz countertops. Engineered quartz was finally crowned the most popular countertop material in 2018 following a three-year decline in granite, according to Houzz research. The natural stone and resin material is incredibly durable and can visually mimic the look of more expensive and maintenance-heavy materials like marble and slate. In fact, quartz is so popular that even risings costs associated with trade tariffs haven’t dissuaded homeowners, who save elsewhere in their remodeling budgets in order to still get quartz countertops. “Prices for quartz that either was made in China or routed through China are now seeing 20 percent markups to make up the increased purchase price,” designer Carl Mattison says. “I find in my world people are relying on me, the designer, to help offset costs so they can still get what they want.”Quartz vs. Granite: The Battle of the Countertops

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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open shelves (just a couple of them)
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