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San Rafael RemodelContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

View of kitchen from living area. Photo by Olga Soboleva

Example of a mid-sized trendy galley medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen design in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz
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aggiegramma wrote:Jul 18, 2015
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    Knocknock

    No worries:)

    Weight - I guess its all a matter of comparison, I would trust the store if they say tat compared to other tiles that size this one is light weight.


    Yes I would go with white grout, because the tile has a pattern, a contrast grout will make it too busy in my opinion.

    I don't believe it gets dirtier faster, one way to minimize the problem is to have the smallest possible grout lien you can.

    Please note I am the designer of the project, not the actual homeowner, so I am not the one living with the tile.

    I will reach out and see if I can get any input.

    No its not pearlescent...

    Best,

    Nadja

    www.knocknocksite.com

  • schlewtiggs

    Thank you! If you do happen to get some information from the homeowner about the maintenance of those tiles (especially if they were done with white grout) that would be great if you could pass that on! Thanks again! :)

wvrgrl wrote:Apr 11, 2015
  • lbowbliss

    Can you tell me the name/brand of the hood?

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    Knocknock

    Hello Thank you for you question. The hood is Roma by Zephyr:)

    Regards, Nadja

    www.knocknocksite.com

1wildcheetah wrote:May 10, 2016
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    Knocknock

    Hello,

    Thank you for your question and compliment!

    The stone is Silestone Lagoon, jumbo slab, so there would be no seam on the island. 1 1/2" mitered edge. Hope that helps!

    Good luck with your project!

    Nadja

    www.knocknocksite.com

  • 1wildcheetah

    Thank you very much!

David Cavanaugh wrote:May 27, 2015
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    Knocknock

    Hello, thank you thats a great question! Oftentimes the location of the stove/ cooktop is determined by the existing location of the venting for the hood, which in most cases of a remodel ends up i nthe same place in order to keep the construction budget reasonable. Other times its the preference of the homeowner. However if you were to follow the Feng Shui practice the stove /cooktop should be in the island which is technically the "commanding position" in the kitchen. When placing the cooktop in the island it is important to consider the ventilation, which then either has to hang from the ceiling or, if you dont want to obstruct your view can be a down draft. Always be sure that you hood capacty matches the btu output of your cooktop, so be sure you consult your appliance supplier when purchasing. Hope this helps!

  • David Cavanaugh

    Very helpful. Thank you for a great response.

roxie50 wrote:Jun 4, 2017
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    Knocknock

    Hello!


    Thank you for your question and comment! The island is just over 11 feet : 132 1/2".

    Regards,

    Nadja

    www.knocknocksite.com


Amanda Wilson wrote:Jul 1, 2015
cindy936067 wrote:May 11, 2015
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    Knocknock

    Hello My apologies for late response. The island counter top is 131 1/2" long by 36" deep. You can get this in one slab from Silestone. Other suppliers don't have a slab that long.

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Krystl Timock added this to KitchenJul 5, 2018

Like the white kitchen and the layout. Don’t like the shiny cabinets

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