Portola Valley Residence contemporary-kitchen
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Portola Valley Residence Contemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

photo by Art Gray
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http://www.charlesdelisle.com
Example of a trendy galley kitchen design in San Francisco with stainless steel appliances, flat-panel cabinets, beige cabinets, terrazzo countertops, multicolored backsplash and ceramic backsplash — Houzz

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Tom Ellis Construction wrote:
Light panel ceiling is a great idea for a modern kitchen. Who makes it? Thanks!
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i002101
Did you ever get an answer to this Tom
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Tom Ellis Construction
I am not sure anymore
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calibanon wrote:
What/who is the manufacturer/designer of the kitchen cabinetry?
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cherine88

I just need to know what are the materials used for this cabinetry ,color and where is the manufacturer in order to contact him for a project!

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Gene Davis wrote:
Great island! What is the material? - Would like to know the material used for the island top and its end panels. Thanks!
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The Office of Charles de Lisle
Terrazzo
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Angela Donato wrote:
Love this kitchen - What type of flooring did you use.
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Concrete
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jmll12 wrote:
Island - paint color? - What paint color was used for the island base/cabinetry?
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Laura Head wrote:
Size - Would love to know dimensions of island! Thx
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sondraherman wrote:
Island - What are the dimensions of this island?
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andreen6 wrote:
Island outlets - Could you please tell where the outlets are located on the waterfall island?
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lynncnez wrote:
where can you get barstools?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: A Mid-Century Modern Getaway
The kitchen was completely remodeled and outfitted with efficient high-end appliances. Backsplash tile from Heath Ceramics adds to the home's unique color palette. DeLisle decided to choose brisk and bold colors such as Prussian blue, grass green and pink, combined with more earthy tones such as terracotta, gold and sand. The combination is decidedly fresh but understated. McGuire barstools at the kitchen counter were reupholstered in colorful fabric from Lee Jofa.
Vanessa Brunner added this to How to Plan a Kitchen Workflow That Works
Determining FunctionDeciding on the right layout for your kitchen is a personal decision — each individual or family uses the kitchen differently. Think about your workflow in terms of everyday function and social use. Architect Hiromi Ogawa recommends thinking about how you use your kitchen, how many people cook there at the same time, if your kitchen is also an entertaining or social space, and what your long- and short-term goals are for the kitchen.Work with a local architect to build your dream kitchen
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Once the bromeliad bloom dies, the plant itself can still be enjoyed for its long green leaves and rosette growth formation. A black pot serves as a perfect foil for these bright green leaves and ties together a room with other black accents.
Becky Harris added this to The '70s Are Back. Can Ya Dig It?
Pops of happy florals. This clean, contemporary space doesn't take itself too seriously; it's punctuated by pop floral prints atop the bar stools.
Bryan Anthony added this to Houzz TV: Let’s Go Island Hopping
49. Designer Charles de Lisle used a terrazzo countertop for the kitchen island to balance the busier multihued backsplash in this Portola Valley, California, home.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Hippy Girl57 added this to kitchen closed in also dividers and beams
hanging panel is all they did to close in kitchen
ecorridan added this to Kitchen
No floating overhang. Tuck stools in, with no sight from the sides.

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