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Rosemary Santner wrote:September 10, 2014
  • Alison Gant
    5 years ago

    Ok. Thanks.

  • emceewill
    3 years ago
    Beautiful and inviting arrangement!
aalmquis wrote:June 21, 2014
  • karynn
    5 years ago
    It's so intriguing! I'll use my imagination and creativity to visualize the space. Thank you, Lorin Hill. Beautiful work!
  • Jenna Lockwood
    5 years ago
    I have a similar color in my kitchen by Sherwin Williams. It is called Contented.
dblack1069 wrote:September 21, 2014
  • vas711
    5 years ago
    Would you mind sharing the manufacture of these doors? I'm doing a renovation on my house in the Northeast and I'm having avery hard time trying to find doors like these! Thank you:)
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    Lorin Hill, Architect
    4 years ago

    Sorry for the delay! Thet were custom made in San Francisco; I'm afraid we don't have the source handy.

jstprncss wrote:May 13, 2014
Ellen Westover wrote:August 8, 2016
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    Lorin Hill, Architect
    3 years ago

    Hi - yes, it's a walk-in pantry. The glass doors sort of require it to be kept neat!

  • Kara Rennert
    last year

    Where did the doors come from?

Peggy Damico wrote:February 19, 2016
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    Lorin Hill, Architect
    4 years ago

    We are glad that you like the doors! However, we want to let you know that they were custom made.

  • kchildrn
    3 years ago

    Where can I find the hardware for the doors?

Leslie Schneider wrote:April 20, 2015
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    Lorin Hill, Architect
    4 years ago

    Leslie, thank you for your question. The approximate size of the glass panels is 10" W x 72" H. Best of luck with your project!

Jacqueline Haney wrote:April 5, 2015
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    Lorin Hill, Architect
    4 years ago

    Jacqueline, thank you for your question. We always make sure to have 36" for aisle width, so that means you could put a 24" deep cabinet on one side and 12" shelves on the adjacent wall. Best of luck with your project!

adambtaylor wrote:January 26, 2015
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    Lorin Hill, Architect
    5 years ago
    Adam, we don't have a picture from inside the pantry. However, I can tel. you that it's 11" deep shelving on both sides for 4'-0" in length before front edge of the countertop. Best of luck with your project!
diakie wrote:August 31, 2014
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    Lorin Hill, Architect
    5 years ago
    The interior dimensions are 5 ft. wide by 6 ft. deep. The shelves add another foot of depth.
Esther Lira Barajas wrote:August 4, 2014
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    Janet B wrote:June 3, 2015

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      Tailorly, Professional Home Organizing added this to Simplifying: What Items in Your Kitchen Are Just Taking Up Space?May 27, 2017

      5. Serving pieces. What type of entertaining, if any, will you being doing in your smaller (or simplified) home? Maybe in the past you hosted Thanksgiving dinners for many people, requiring numerous serving pieces. But perhaps you will be passing the torch to another family member or friend. Maybe your new home will fit only six to eight comfortably for dinner and you do not plan on hosting large cocktail parties or open houses. If you will be paring back your entertaining bandwidth, take a realistic look at your serving pieces. Multiple large platters, bowls, cake stands and appetizer plates may not fit into a smaller space and are good candidates for goodbye if you are simply cutting back your belongings. Think about keeping only medium or small pieces, prioritizing those that are multifunctional. For example, a large soup tureen has only one purpose and may not be something you want to store.

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      Bryan Anthony added this to 80 Pretty and Practical Kitchen PantriesJuly 23, 2015

      13. A framed doorway lined with shelves and a sliding glass door make for a pretty entrance to this San Francisco pantry, designed by architect Lorin Hill.

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      interesting entry to the pantry

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      uniquely designed decorating outside

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      Open shelves, door lit from within

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      Love the storage around the door.

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      Pantry doors that could be used as the townhouse front door.

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