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Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless dark wood floor kitchen remodel in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, stainless steel appliances, white countertops, shaker cabinets and white cabinets

San Jose Res 2Traditional Kitchen, San Francisco

Hand scraped hardwood floor. Marble counter tops, traditional kitchen, crackle ceramic subway tile, farmhouse sink

Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless dark wood floor kitchen remodel in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, stainless steel appliances, white countertops, shaker cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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cocinadecheca wrote:Sep 24, 2012
  • Elaine A

    I'm also interested in the backsplash tile. What is it?

  • Joy Butler

    I have the same question about marble. I think it looks so nice. I would love to put it in my home knowing that it will be well taken care of. https://cgllc.org/

hazeljack1934 wrote:Sep 17, 2012
  • Marisa Boniello
    I think the floor may be wood looking porcelain tiles. Florida Tile makes a line called Berkshire, which comes in many shades. Olive (tree, not color) is very dark and has the look of hand scraped wood planks.
  • sandyk311
    I believe this floor is Mohawk Santa Barbara, Chocolate Maple Hardwood.
anitamehta wrote:Feb 29, 2012
  • Katrina Tate

    rtk123 I know this is old but what did they use to seal your honed marble counters? the slab we like is polished, but will be honed.

  • PRO

    It is a product that is supplied by most stone fabricators. I cant recall the name.

123charh wrote:Feb 26, 2013
  • Laura Kallus
    Oh never mind Lol I read all the comments sorry
  • youshreena090276
    What is the height and width of the island table please?
Kathy Kayne wrote:Mar 9, 2013
  • PRO
    123 Remodeling Inc.
    Yes, the tile is very beautiful. A nice subtle feature in this kitchen.
  • hkwan
    Hi Crystal Johnson, I am looking for subway tile- your product- crackle will give more texture to my kitchen background, Is this come in White Color? How much the cost?
jackkate2 wrote:Feb 26, 2013
  • Julie Stephenson
    Personally I love this kitchen and the dramatic molding & soffit. I have to have a soffit to hide some venting and pipes and I don't want it all the way across the wall with the window. This picture gave me the idea to do a partial soffit and crown on either side for some great drama and glamour. Thank you Fiorella Design for posting your kitchen design.
  • kareneliza
    Question for Art2Arch: Your suggestion for a double crown moulding, chair rail or bullnose on top of cabinets interest me but I can't picture it. Do you have any pictures you could post that demonstrate your idea?
ajsantisi wrote:Aug 30, 2012
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    It's not bamboo floor either. I'm sorry I don't recall specs but it's an engineered hand scraped hardwood
  • CM Kresge

    It looks like a Shaw floor

kendrajohnson wrote:Aug 26, 2012
  • Amy Risk
    Yes can you please give manufacturer/color details for the tile? It's gorgeous!
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jools wrote:Jun 19, 2011
  • AMN
    If a Viking oven's big-honkin' red knobs look good in that kitchen, then I think SS handles on a Kitchen Aid or Electrolux (what we have) will look just fine. Any time you do SS, they're going to look somewhat industrial. Until they start making appliances with oil rubbed bronze finishes, I think we're all stuck with the somewhat utilitarian look of SS, white, and black (unless you integrate into cabinetry completely).
  • shvetaoak
    Thank you Feeney! Those pictures help a lot! That is a great idea. I will need to talk to the builder about it. Thanks for your input and ideas:)
AboutToGetDusty wrote:Mar 31, 2012
21south wrote:Mar 20, 2013
  • jtman9200
    Wow I am in love with the counter top choice! I really like how it looks like marble. I would prefer this over granite because it looks so smooth. Great kitchen design, really one of the best I've ever seen. http://www.hunterkitchens.com.au/about
  • PRO
    Classic Granite & More

    Marble can be an excellent candidate for kitchen tops, they just need to be cared for. As far as staining goes, there's many sealer options out there that can prevent them. Quartz isn't stain "proof". It's much harder to stain than an unsealed natural stone, but not impervious.

beau1112 wrote:Feb 7, 2013
  • kellyslobodian
    What ishandscraped wood?It is not laminate I have seen at Home Depot.and Lowes.HardwoodHighendlaminateisoften as expensive as the wood.Popularforsomecoastal floors.Hasanyoneused quality Laminate asseenon HGTV?Forbathrooms?
  • kelleycummins2
    Check out Impressions Hardwood Collection's Tradition series:
    Impressions Hardwood - Tradition Dark Leather · More Info
    Looks similar to this floor (hand scraped, engineered) and comes in a 5 colors of Hickory. This photo looks very similar to the Hickory Leather color they offer.
lcohen00 wrote:Mar 8, 2013
Bilel Romdhane wrote:Sep 18, 2012
  • cabbott2013

    This kitchen is beautiful.

  • Joy Butler

    The home decor is so gorgeous. I love the plant decorations and just the whole look. It's stunning and I wish my kitchen looked like this. https://cbistudio.com/about/

lwhalen1 wrote:Nov 17, 2010
mjayboyan wrote:Oct 20, 2012
  • danimal78
    Maura, Do you still have the 2 1/2 cases left? My wife and I are doing a kitchen remodel and are very interested in your Walker Zanger tile.
  • No Longer Active No Longer Active
    I am a Walker Zanger distributor. You can contact me at Crystal@Inside-Effects.com for more information.
rhanfling wrote:May 16, 2012
  • PRO
    BohLand Homes
    Just a guess, but we have used a similar looking product in some of our homes and it is a wood product prefinished. This looks closest to 'Elegance Plyquet Vintage Collection Solid Handscraped in Schimara Toast Brown.
  • mrspaw
    It looks just like what we are putting down, a laminate, Kensington Manor Golden Teak from Lumber Liquidators.
jeanblack wrote:Mar 17, 2013
  • joycebluy
    what is the brand and color paint on cabinets
  • dknyville
    Doesn't look like Carrara.
Walker Zanger Charlotte, NC wrote:Jan 2, 2013
  • Catherine Anderson
    do you still have stock options available?
  • PRO
    Walker Zanger Charlotte, NC
    Catherine, Unfortunately, the material is no longer available. If you would like to e-mail me with your location (zip code), I will be happy to forward you to the nearest Walker Zanger dealer who may be able to help you with a reselection.
    Thank you,
    Shanna Hash- shash@walkerzanger.com
Katmyers wrote:Jan 1, 2013
suemont wrote:Aug 19, 2012
  • roselandrealtor
    Check out www.terragreenceramics.com. They have a beautiful crackled (and recycled) product line called Terra Krystal. I will be using the Sweet Mint tile for my subway tile backsplash. Only negative is a 3-4 week lead time so I will need to order it soon. This kitchen picture is very similar to my kitchen in progress on a 1960 ranch style makeover in Austin.
  • PRO
    Walker Zanger Charlotte, NC
    Walker Zanger Mizu Pebble. This material is discontinued but is still available in other sizes and colors. Please e-mail shash@walkerzanger.com with any additional questions.
lgw1 wrote:Aug 18, 2012
  • theresahouck
    On the Marble?!!!!!
  • Lisa
    yes, on the marble. get a sample of carrera, stain it and try the soft scrub with plastic wrap solution. It is effective and doesn't damage the stone.
Samantha Milosz wrote:Jan 24, 2012
  • kimberly_lefevers

    HELLO ??? Several people ask the same question(No answer we can see that its hand scraped) brand/maker and color of flooring, pls & thank you

  • kimberly_lefevers


bonjark wrote:Jan 12, 2012
  • jnsiegal

    What is the name of the tile on the backsplash? Love it, just what I am looking for.

  • kjlangille

    grout size?

mishspeck wrote:Oct 21, 2012
  • austin6097
    Hi, How much did the Dark Chocolate Maple 5"wide selection run you from Somerville Collection?
  • kelleycummins2
    Impressions Hardwood Collection carries a few lines that are very similar to this!
    Impressions Hardwood - Tradition Hickory Almond · More Info
    or their line "Classic" is beautiful! And they come at a great price. You can order free samples and find someone who sells it close to you on their website: http://www.impressionshardwoodcollection.com/
joanbreen wrote:Jun 27, 2012
  • PRO
    Designer Shylo Preston
    You might be interested in checking out Vicostone's new quartz called Calacatta?
  • Angie Moore
    Vicostone also makes a color called Carrara. The veining is much finer.
mjcoopersb wrote:Mar 25, 2012
  • PRO
    BonTon Tile
    I can make you that tile check us out at www.bontondesigns.com I just finished an order like this
  • mjcoopersb
    Thank you for offering. I have decided to use dark green granite instead of marble.
mgrace wrote:Jan 30, 2011
skykek wrote:Jan 30, 2013
  • skykek
    Thanks a lot, guys. Your info is useful
  • casablanca103
    There are also self-trimming farm sinks. They are still large and heavy and require a special cabinet and internal frame, but there is less intricate scribing detail work needed to cut into the cabinet. I got the Kohler Whitehaven and love it.
barbaramclaren wrote:Jan 7, 2013
  • wowww
    what is a square-bottom edge?
  • PRO
    wowww. Please see the countertop edge profile drawing attached. Now draw your attention to the eased edge and the bullnose edge. On the bottom of the eased edge, the corner is square as opposed to the bullnose's rounded bottom edge. Does this answer your question?
duroc wrote:Dec 11, 2012
  • Karyn Moore
    I installed white cabinets with dark grey quartz countertop a year ago and it is super easy to maintain and looks brand new! I love it and so does everyone who sees it!
  • Sherry Li
    white cabinets matches ligt countertops. marble or granite coutertops water resistance and easy clean.
Chloe Samantha wrote:Jul 30, 2012
  • eyanes
    Try Ballard Designs website
  • theresahouck
    Look at Ballard Designs. I know they sell topiaries of all sizes and shapes
24680 wrote:Apr 2, 2012
  • 24680
    The color of the floor is gorgeous. I just currently have maple floors (aged to a more yellow color) and want to do a kitchen with white cabinets, white marble countertops, and a similar backsplash to the photo, but don't know if my current floor would work with it..
  • PRO
    Heather Bates Design
    @24680 If you have to keep your floor, i'd say the island could be a different color as a foil to all the white. You could pick up the vein color in the marble...a slate blue would look nice.
allismith02 wrote:Feb 15, 2012
  • papenfus

    Which painting company did the painting of the cabinets and walls?

  • jazie

    what tile was used?

Lisa wrote:Nov 18, 2010
  • royaltyroy
    Marble has been used and enjoyed in kitchens by Europeans for thousands of years. The granite folks would like you to think that their product is superior. Not so. Unless you are an oink-oink pig (spill red wine, leave it there for a month) staining will happen so rarely that it shouldn't be a factor in the decision.
  • PRO
    Thanks a lot, guys. Your info is useful please visit my site: http://www.azinkanaf.ir
mg71809 wrote:Mar 8, 2013
  • ckchen
  • PRO
    Tile Boutique Inc
    We have the same tile from another supplier at masterpiece tile and marble. Please call for information 1914 636 3642
ragenrice wrote:Jan 28, 2013
  • psaw27
    True, Europeans don't mind stuff looking dirty, or smelling dirty for that matter.
  • seoirse
    Really psaw? Europeans appreciate the marks of time. They show a kitchen has been loved and lived in, not like a museum. I am having a calacatta island installed and look forward to my children sitting around cooking and eating and enjoying it. If you have to yell at someone for marking your kitchen countertop, then go with something that you can replace every few years.
vaisnor wrote:Dec 25, 2012
  • ryananddenise
    is this floor handscraped knob hill birch 4-3/4 solid hardwood
  • Shari Horowitz
    I am thinking of putting hardwood in my new kitchen -- is it practical? I have it in my den and I find it needs to be swept at least 2 times per day. I love the look, but I think it's hard to maintain.
clinkchap wrote:May 18, 2012
  • beau621
    Fantastic. Who is the manufacturer?
  • kgraves07

    I'd love to know the manufacturer as well. I can't find a window like this anywhere. Was it custom?

vdianabaldwin wrote:May 14, 2012
  • Ann Marie Anzilotti
    Typically 42"
  • smykisha
    I'm adding a second bar on the other side of my middle island. There aren't any appliances on that side of the island or bar - could I bring it in closer to make it easier to move back and forth between them?
karenmommy wrote:Apr 8, 2012
  • karenmommy
    thanks you're prob. right but i saw what a marble site called "double bullnose" and it was curved at both top and bottom but pretty straight inbetween. so a rounded straight edge really. I will look at it in a showroom to be sure. would a modern kitchen have a "regular" edge - or squared vertical edge?
  • PRO
    Renaissance Kitchen and Home
    You are correct,I would double check with the showroom again, some showrooms have their own specific names for their edge profiles.Depending on what you consider modern really is controlled by the other elements in the room. For example if all the cabinet doors have a simple or square edge and square details then I would suggest a square edge. If your kitchen has a lot of curved elements than I would suggest you do a rounded edge profile. In certain projects we have done the client wants the countertops to be the star of the show, so we would have them fabricated with a very decorative edge. But if the kitchen has a lot of other elements going on then I would suggest that the counter edge treatment be more subdued not to complete with everything else.

    Hope this helps.

    Torry Manzo
    Renaissance Kitchen and Home
Melanie Pacheco wrote:Apr 16, 2013
Amy Johannesen wrote:Feb 6, 2013
  • lindarodman
    How do we find out who makes the window? Love it
  • Beth Petti
    Everyone makes arch topped windows - Anderson, Marvin, Pella. There are even interior and exterior French doors with this arch detail. All it takes is money...!
sduerfeldt wrote:Feb 1, 2013
  • PRO
    Walker Zanger Charlotte, NC
    sduerfeldt, Thank you for your question. The tile on the backsplash in this kitchen is from Walker Zanger and it is part of our Mizu collection. The material is discontinued, but there are still stock options available. This particular color is the Pebble color. If you would like to e-mail me directly, I can give you some information on what sizes are available and we'll see if we can find something that will work. You can also visit the Walker Zanger Charlotte houzz page for photos of this same material in a 4x4 installed with a brick joint. It looks great. Please e-mail me (Shanna) at shash@walkerzanger.com and I'll be happy to help.
    Thank you!!
  • PRO
    Fiorano Tile Showrooms
    sduerfeldt. Walker Zanger is a great source, you should be able to find a good alternative there.
raymondctabor wrote:Jan 24, 2013
  • dsaavedra
    It looks like the Wolf that my sister has in her kitchen.
  • Bernadette Slawinski
    what type of stove is this?
melbelle200 wrote:Nov 18, 2012
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    material, maybe $15 sf.
  • jenny0316
    It depends if you are looking for tiles or slabs. Please see our site. www.carraratiles.com
loritate wrote:Nov 3, 2012
  • PRO
    Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
    The photo is tagged with the answer: Ceramic Tile - Walker Zanger- Mizu Pebb
    Sadly, this product has been discontinued. :) Rhoda
  • davenport1244
    Has anybody found a replacement product for this Mizu Pebb
jojofossatti wrote:Jul 23, 2012
Daphne W wrote:Jul 14, 2012
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    Really? I feel flattered then. I did this about 5 yrs ago!
  • Anne
    I need the name of the flooring!
bernjohn wrote:Jul 1, 2012
  • behrycaj
    What is the color/brand of cabinets?
  • ERA

    I am also very interested in the brand of the cabinets! I hope someone will see this and respond! It's a beautiful kitchen.

melenny wrote:Jun 9, 2012
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    Try Ann Sacks Earthenware flannel crackle
  • betsyweisberg
    Waterworks may also have something similar
tracymurphy1997 wrote:May 30, 2012
  • judyreishus
    How do you like your range? Would you buy a Wolfe again? And wondering the brand and color of your gorgeous subway tiles
  • PRO
    Walker Zanger Charlotte, NC
    The tile is the Mizu Line from Walker Zanger. It is discontinued, but a lot of the colors have a lot of stock left. Please let me know if you would like more details.
marnij97 wrote:May 17, 2012
mkhelton wrote:May 15, 2012
nancyfranklin wrote:Jan 27, 2012
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    I'm sorry, but i don't recall. This project was completed about 4 yrs ago. I can recommend several though if you want to email me at maryjo@fiorelladesign.com
  • nancyfranklin
    thank you.
elscott5 wrote:Jan 18, 2012
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    I believe it's Benjamin Moore Super White
  • Betty Mulcahy
    I know you cant see the walls in this picture but I was wondering what color you painted the walls in this kitchen? Thank you.
rachclegg wrote:Jan 5, 2012
  • nkell
    Love the hardwood. Who is the manufacturer? What is the name of it? Thank you!
  • Zidane Shepard

    The floors are the first thing that stood out to me. I'd also love to know where they came from. They are very pretty.

Kiwi Cat wrote:Dec 3, 2011
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    I'm sorry I don't work in the Fresno area. It's really hard to budget not knowing what all would be new and how much plumbing, electrical, etc that you'd need done...The backsplash tile was about $30 a sf, Carrara Marble is about $15 sf, New cabinets can really vary if they are custom or big box...You should have a designer draw something up and then get it priced through 3 contractors.
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    Oh, and this kitchen was probably about $80-100k but it's hard to know because we did work on the entire house...
stefanie1215 wrote:Dec 2, 2011
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    I believe it's Rohl...and Yes, I typically match them.
  • stefanie1215
    I am thinking about a Moen Lindley faucet for my main sink in Spot Stainless, but need a smaller prep sink faucet to go with my Classic Prestige Franke sink. I'd love a pull down faucet but nothing as large at the Lindley faucet, since the faucet will be set to the right of the sink. In terms of matching, should I pick a smaller lower arc Moen faucet? To be honest, I'm not loving any of them really. Should I look into another manufacturer and risk not a perfect match? Appreciate any advice, thanks!
rlanda wrote:Oct 25, 2011
  • bepsf
    Looks like Heath ceramic tile to me - They have the most beautiful glazes which can vary from piece to piece due to their handmade nature:


  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    Not Heath. Walker Zanger Mizu. You have to call WZ it was going to be discontinued.
bonbonsaresweet wrote:Jan 12, 2011
  • PRO
    Kerrie Kelly Design Lab
    This looks pretty gray, but it may be the picture. Try Carrara Venato Marble Honed Subway Tile or Walker Zanger Carrara Subway Tile.
  • PRO
    Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
    This photo has been tagged with the answer, Ceramic Tile - Walker Zanger- Mizu Pebb
    Walker Zanger discontinued it but has many other lovely tiles to choose from. :) Rhoda
nancyduggan wrote:Feb 22, 2013
therman wrote:Feb 12, 2013
harvest1 wrote:Jan 29, 2013
  • michigammemom
    If you click on the green "More Info" area you can see additional views of this project by Fiorella Design.
    Here is a view of a bath in the residence.
    San Jose Res 212222 · More Info
kitty47litty96 wrote:Jan 28, 2013
maijasamei wrote:Dec 9, 2012
  • PRO
    Wm. H. Fry Construction Company

    Hard to tell from the photo. Perrin & Rowe by Rohl typically comes in 5 finishes including polished nickel, chrome, and satin nickel.

clseth wrote:Nov 13, 2012
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    There are no sconces in this photo. If you're referring to the family room, they were from Restoration Hardware a few years ago.
Esther Williams wrote:Oct 19, 2012
  • PRO
    Lumber Liquidators
    Hey Esther, that looks like a handscraped floor to us. This is great for hiding things like scratches, dents and dirt because of the texture.
calicat wrote:Aug 22, 2012
  • PRO
    try Stone Tile, 1451 Castlefield Avenue, Toronto, ON
    Phone: (416) 515-9000
corres3 wrote:Jul 24, 2012
Julie Mahloch wrote:Jul 20, 2012
kitchensink wrote:May 24, 2012
  • arialvetica
    Do you mean the backsplash tile? If you hover over the graphic you'll see that it's Ceramic Tile - Walker Zanger- Mizu Pebb
jilllittle wrote:Dec 12, 2011
  • PRO
    Fiorella Design
    They are custom but the door is a standard "Shaker" style.
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                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                      Karen Mills (Interiors by Design, Inc.) added this to 8 Rooms With Staying PowerJan 13, 2017

                      5. Neutral palette. This room’s neutral color scheme for the major elements helps give it staying power. Traditional white cabinetry, here in a Shaker style, is currently popular — a full 38 percent of kitchen renovators choose white for the color of their cabinets, according to Houzz research. But popularity doesn’t necessarily mean it will go quickly out of style. In fact, decorating with neutrals is a way to give your rooms staying power — you can always use accessories and artwork to introduce more color. In this room, a neutral backsplash and classic marble countertops help create enduring style.Takeaway tip: Choose neutral colors and classic finishes to give your room staying power.

                      Dylan Chappell Architects added this to How to Hire the Right ArchitectJan 20, 2014

                      Don’t forget to discuss your budget. Whether you plan to spend $10,000 or millions, it’s important to be up front from the get-go. First of all, you need to make sure what you’re proposing is possible. Construction costs can vary considerably, and just because the guy who fixed a leak in your attic says the project can be done for X dollars doesn’t mean it actually can.A great architect will be able to get you the best design for your buck, recommend trustworthy and experienced pros, guide your investment, protect your interests during construction and save you time and money during the whole process. A great architect might cost a little more than an average one, but the amount of value added to your project could be substantial.Coming next: Signature styles: Which pros have it, and do you want it?More: How to Find a Designer or Architect Using Houzz Photos

                      Mitchell Parker added this to A New Houzz Survey Reveals What You Really Want in Your KitchenOct 14, 2013

                      It looks a lot like this, which — surprise! — happens to be the kitchen photo that’s been added to the most ideabooks on Houzz, and is one of the top 10 photos saved to ideabooks from July through September of 2013. What is it about this kitchen that so many of you like? Well, 75 percent of you want soft, neutral colors in the kitchen. And 65 percent of you will choose stainless steel appliances and half will select a tile backsplash.

                      Shane D. Inman added this to 8 Top Tile Types for Your Kitchen BacksplashApr 17, 2013

                      Subway tile. One of the most beloved tile designs to date is the timeless and classic subway tile — so named because this type of tile is often used in subway stations worldwide. Tile all the way to the ceiling to give this classic tile a fresh and more modern look.

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                      rmpospisil added this to kitchen8 hours ago

                      Backsplash idea around kitchen window

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                      Like these cabinets and trim at the top

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                      "Marble" counter and white shaker cabinets

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                      back wine , dishwasher , large sink

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