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Prospect St. KitchenTransitional Kitchen, San Francisco

Dean J. Birinyi Photography

Kitchen - transitional kitchen idea in San Francisco —  Houzz
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jules875 wrote:Feb 27, 2017
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    Sabrina Alfin Interiors

    Hi Jules875:

    Please go to this project on my professional profile and click on any of the photos for this project. If you look in the right hand column and scroll down to see the comments, you'll see this question has been answered several times. Thanks!

Michelle wrote:Feb 19, 2017
Tishka Miller wrote:Jul 30, 2016
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    Sabrina Alfin Interiors
    Hi Tishka:

    Becky Harris featured this kitchen in her Kitchen of the week story in February of this year. You can search for it on Houzz. In that story she lists all of the resources, including the floor tile. Thanks for your interest!
mendi awtry wrote:Feb 14, 2016

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becky
Becky Harris added this to Kitchen of the Week: Refacing Refreshes a Family Kitchen on a BudgetJan 18, 2016

Alfin didn’t stop at just blue and white. She knew that her clients loved deep reds and wanted to find a fabric that incorporated those while tying into the teal. She also knew that spicy colors would warm up the blue and white scheme and steer it away from a coastal look. She had the built-in bench refaced in white, with new drawer fronts and hardware that coordinates with the cabinetry. The eat-in area is an important part of the room, as the family enjoys almost all their meals together in here. New recessed lighting and vintage-style glass pendants help brighten the room. Framed groups of vintage bottle caps add an eclectic touch. In case you’re wondering, the door leads to the existing pantry. Chairs: Crate & Barrel; bottle cap artwork: Bed Bath & Beyond; Eastmoreland pendant lights: RejuvenationHow to Reface Your Old Kitchen Cabinets

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jeanaudrey added this to Kitchen - Chicago HouseJan 28, 2018

Alfin didn’t stop at just blue and white. She knew that her clients loved deep reds and wanted to find a fabric that incorporated those while tying into the teal. She also knew that spicy colors would warm up the blue and white scheme and steer it away from a coastal look. She had the built-in bench refaced in white, with new drawer fronts and hardware that coordinates with the cabinetry. The eat-in area is an important part of the room, as the family enjoys almost all their meals together in here. New recessed lighting and vintage-style glass pendants help brighten the room. Framed groups of vintage bottle caps add an eclectic touch. In case you’re wondering, the door leads to the existing pantry. Chairs: Crate & Barrel; bottle cap artwork: Bed Bath & Beyond; Eastmoreland pendant lights: Rejuvenation How to Reface Your Old Kitchen Cabinets

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B. Miller added this to bnvmiller's ideasSep 7, 2017

Eastmoreland pendants from Rejuvenation

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