13,133 calacatta work surface Home Design Photos

Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Ansley Park Kitchen
Ideabooks5,456
Questions10
confusion, much of Calacatta comes from Carrara, Italy. In general, Carrara tends to be grayer with softer veining, while Calacatta is whiter with bolder
Carrara and Calacatta. Let's compare some Houzz examples: Add to Ideabookby Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC by Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC Calacatta: The patterning
Werner by Garret Cord Werner Calacatta: A slab with dramatic gray veining makes a stunning fireplace surround. Calacatta is rarer than Carrara and is
Carrara vs. Calacatta Marble: What is the Difference? The Answer is in the Color and Veining
I prefer the whiter background in this calacatta.
Calacatta: Here you see the characteristic large patterning in a slab backsplash.
Calacatta: Here you see the characteristic large patterning in a slab backsplash
“Backsplash” — Tillery Designs
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
17 Reviews
Jason Ball Interiors
Ideabooks6,478
Questions7
wow, accidentally stumbled on the name Calacatta Pearl since I am hoping to do my backsplash in Calacatta Gold marble 3x6 subway. Maybe I should change
Calacatta Gold: This is a variation of Calacatta with gold mixed in. It works well with both cool and warm tones. There
calacatta gold--you can see the gold veining, and "works well with cool or warm tones"
Calacatta Gold - variation of Calacatta w/gold mixed in!!! There
Calacatta gold there are many tupes of calacatta
Calacatta Gold: This is a variation of Calacatta with gold mixed in. It works well with both cool and warm tones.
The Calacatta marble that makes this wall so stunning has streaks of brownish gold in it. In an homage to practicality, the designer paired it with white
“MAIN BATHROOM TILE DESIGN” — teejay01
Croma Design Inc
8 Reviews
Modern White Kitchen
Ideabooks3,029
Questions7
Calacatta marble counters have become very popular in recent years too but can be difficult to maintain, as the surface is prone to staining
Calacatta marble counters have become very popular in recent years too but can be difficult to maintain, as the surface is prone to staining
Calacatta marble
“Back splash” — lydp
Formica Group
2 Reviews
3460 Calacatta Marble 180fx® By Formica Group
Ideabooks5,281
Questions11
3460 Calacatta Marble 180fx® By Formica Group
Elegant and flowing, 3460 Calacatta Marble 180fx® Formica® brand laminate is stunning in a kitchen or bath. Innovative and appealing, 180fx® patterns only
Love the calacatta; are there no visible seams at he corners?
"carerra marble" Formica countertop. We have a large beautiful dark wood work table island that will be used in the kitchen and the perimeter of countertops
countertop is Formica® Calacatta Marble 180fx®. Here’s a link to more information: .... Thanks for reaching out!
variety of edge options. A traditional flat edge is shown in this image. Calacatta Marble 180fx® also can be paired with our bullnose and ogee IdealEdge™
Hello, this is our Calacatta Marble 180fx®. Here is more information about this pattern: ... . You can
“Laminate counter look really rich” — anastasia0304
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
Mill Valley
Ideabooks25,833
Questions36
Is the backsplash mosaic out of polished calacatta? It's amazing. Thank you.
The backsplash is Studs in Calacatta Gold by Artistic Tile
Thank you for your question! The backsplash is Studs in Calacatta Gold by Artistic Tile
question! The backsplash is Studs in Calacatta Gold by” “you for your question! The backsplash is Studs in Calacatta Gold by Artistic Tile”
The backsplash is Studs in Calacatta Gold by Artistic Tile
backsplash: studs calacatta gold from artistic tiles
Studs in Calacatta Gold by Artistic Tile for back splash
logas blue ceaserstone qith calacatta gold studs bracksplash
“backsplash interesting” — kennedy23
House of L Interior Design
46 Reviews
Classic White Kitchen
Ideabooks89,523
Questions164
3" x 6" backsplash tile are Calacutta Gold stone, while island counter surface is walnut. Conveniences include a 60" Wolf range, a 36" Subzero refrigerator
shine, while finer details such as inset doors, furniture kicks on non-working areas and lofty crown details add a layering effect in the millwork. Surround
countertops are 1-1/4" thick Calacatta Marble with an ogee edge
Ravenna Stone 3" x 6" Calacatta Gold marble tile with
similar chandelier that can maybe work better with my unfortunate short ceilings? Thank you so much, absolutely stunning work!!
What is the island surface material? This a magnificent kitchen!!
seems like the island sink sits more at table height, with the main island surface being counter height... Is this correct? Just looks like sink is set lower
“Island” — DeeDee Waters
ScavulloDesign Interiors
Palo Alto Traditional
Ideabooks53,671
Questions37
custom, where is the sink from? I have a small bathroom where this would work very well.
the room has a Calacatta design going on, I would guess that the countertop is Calacatta Gold also.
The tile on the wall is a Calacatta 3x6" Subway Tile
are a 3x6" Calacatta Gold Subway Tile. Available from The Builder depot for $15.95SF: ...
The tiles on the wall appear to be a 3x6" Calacatta Gold Subway
Our Calacatta 3x6" Subway Tiles are $15.95SF: ... The Flooring is a little but more difficult to identify. It looks to be a 1x1" Calacatta Hexagon
The tiles on the wall appear to be a 3x6" Calacatta Gold Subway Tile. Available from The Builder depot for $15.95SF: ...
"Greige" paint soft gray/beige, compliments most marble like Calacatta. Ben Moore Revere Pewter HC 172
“Griege!” — lhyarrow
Melissa Miranda Interior Design
4 Reviews
Claremont Park
Ideabooks11,857
Questions9
found some 3x6" subway tiles to match. Excellent job. Calacatta is a very difficult marble to work with. It is has too much veining it looks really too
then too white and, well it no longer looks like Calacatta. I have attached an image of our Calacatta it is $15.95SF, this looks like honed. Our is found
Yes. Calacatta without a doubt. The installers would have bought the slab for the island
found some 3x6" subway tiles to match. Excellent job. Calacatta is a very difficult marble to work with. It is has too much veining it looks really too
then too white and, well it no longer looks like Calacatta. I have attached an image of our Calacatta it is $15.95SF, this looks like honed. Our is found
They both look like a Calacatta Marble.
“backsplash” — canuck55
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