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Mid-sized elegant u-shaped medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen photo in San Francisco with ceramic backsplash, white cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, an island, a farmhouse sink and shaker cabinets —  Houzz
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Meghan Watts wrote:Feb 20, 2013
  • cailgirl123

    What is the width of the countertop area that has the barstools?

  • dziningmind

    I would also like to know the width of the peninsula and how many inches the overhang is. Thank you!

rlbova wrote:Feb 22, 2013
Zoya Preys wrote:Sep 4, 2011
mbrice wrote:Aug 16, 2011
  • shparky

    What is the color and brand of the subway tile? Thank you!

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    Mahoney Architects & Interiors

    I suggest you go to your local tile supplier to look at subway tile. Manufacturers ( and sizes) change their products and you will want what is in stock now. You also want to dial in the color with your countertop choice.

l_jackson78 wrote:Jun 16, 2011
aksmall wrote:Aug 1, 2017
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    Mahoney Architects & Interiors

    There is a whole wall on the left side (out of this image) with a refrigerator, pantry and serving counter.

  • aksmall

    Thank you :)

Sue Eslinger wrote:Oct 8, 2015
krisman1 wrote:Jun 15, 2015
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    Mahoney Architects & Interiors

    Yes, dishwasher is to the left of the sink!

  • Kelsey

    Agree. Would love to see the other side of the kitchen and understand where the refrigerator sits.

cclairmont wrote:Feb 15, 2014
marycgould wrote:Oct 21, 2012
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    Mahoney Architects & Interiors
    We typically overhang a counter 12 inches to allow plenty of room for knees!
  • nuriacatg2002
    what is the length of peninsula or how many stools are in design?
bussmannv wrote:Feb 25, 2012
  • Emily H
    Gorgeous. I wonder if it's custom. At least the countertop seems to match exactly the rest of the counters.
  • PRO
    Mahoney Architects & Interiors

    It was a custom job.

marthasanford wrote:Jul 17, 2011
  • Becky Harris
    Hi, these are Shinto stools. Pottery barn has them here:

    Tibetan Barstool | Pottery Barn · More Info

    But if you search "shinto stool" you'll find a wide range and colors, all in this style.

  • PRO
    Mahoney Architects & Interiors

    Thanks @Becky Harris.

mamabird1870 wrote:May 26, 2011
bethdavies wrote:Feb 12, 2011
Jennifer Chang wrote:Jan 10, 2011
  • PRO
    KitchenLab Interiors
    I would think that the island is custom made to look like a furniture piece due to it's size and perfect fit!
  • PRO
    Mahoney Architects & Interiors

    Kitchen Island is a custom piece. Thanks for your interest!

mother ofsix wrote:Mar 1, 2018
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    Mahoney Architects & Interiors

    Thank you for your questions. We always use LED recessed fixtures now and make sure that the color is 2800-3,000 degrees for a warm (daylight) equivalent light. This is really important in a kitchen! We do the same with the strip lighting under the upper cabinets - and we spec a continuous plastic lens for even distribution of light on the countertops. Hope this is helpful! There are many good manufacturers out there now - your electrician can make a recommendation. We use Blaze for the under cabinet lighting.

Design Everest wrote:Aug 19, 2017
divyakr wrote:Jul 11, 2016
moreadmin1 wrote:Jan 4, 2015
shellyfitz wrote:Mar 18, 2014
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    Mahoney Architects & Interiors
    Sorry to say we don't have this specific info on file any more - but there are many subway tile suppliers to chose from!
kkranz1000 wrote:Mar 2, 2014
roxdox wrote:Aug 5, 2013
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    Mahoney Architects & Interiors
    so sorry, I no longer have the specific paint color on file for this kitchen. colors were chosen to compliment the tile backsplash and the countertops.
danielle45 wrote:Jul 19, 2013
jennjackson wrote:May 9, 2013
dhachick wrote:Jan 26, 2013
lisacaperna wrote:Jan 2, 2013
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    Mahoney Architects & Interiors
    All countertops are 24 inches in depth to allow for appliances. We prefer to allow at least 36 inches between the counter and an island. That aisle can be more narrow but is not recommended. This island is narrow at only 24 inches in width but it works well!
ckrmr wrote:Oct 17, 2012

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sarajitt added this to Marble and WoodAug 4, 2019

Small space with ample counterspace. I like the tucked in feeling. I don't need a six burner range, but I could have more countertop. No microwave.

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