Example of a classic eat-in kitchen design in San Francisco with subway tile backsplash, a farmhouse sink, glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash and marble countertops

San Francisco Kitchen & Bath

Traditional Kitchen, San Francisco

Callacatta Oro honed stone tops. Pendant lighting: Harmon Pendant from Restoration Hardware. Bench: Custom built.
Example of a classic eat-in kitchen design in San Francisco with subway tile backsplash, a farmhouse sink, glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash and marble countertops - Houzz

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tjperna wrote:January 12, 2011
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    Kerrie Kelly Design Lab
    10 years ago
    Not sure that I would define them as practical, but they are beautiful! If it is in the budget, I say go for it! Especially it the treatment ties into other areas well.
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Judith Taylor Designs added this to 11 Ways to Update Your Kitchen Without a SledgehammerJanuary 13, 2014

2. Upgrade Your CountertopChanging a dated countertop will give new life to your entire kitchen and add immediate value...

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rolfoxford added this to For Crown Point8 hours ago

Short upper cabinets; bulky lower cabinets