kitchen of the San Francisco TV Project from 1998
Photo: David Peterson
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18. Commercial products can add flair to your home

In 1998, our San Francisco homeowners opted to incorporate striking (and hardworking) products typically found only in commercial spaces into their home, a 1906 church they were converting. Their unexpected choices included bathroom faucets operated by foot pedals, hefty marble wainscoting salvaged from a bank, industrial light fixtures, and in the kitchen, an institutional-grade chalkboard for jotting down notes, grocery lists, and recipes. The kitchen's design was even modeled on one of the couple's favorite restaurants.
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