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Exquisite Kitchen Design
12 Reviews
Elegance
Ideabooks1,033
Questions5
dark wow contrast with light floors and marble slabs
Tile on wall, for my kitchen...doors and granite backsplash...Different size tiles...ceiling outlined in tile
“instead of apron sink” — missydalton
Olga Adler
17 Reviews
Global Chic
Ideabooks18,444
Questions15
Could Black tile, granite etc, be used instead of white? Thank you
is the marble a one piece of 12x12 tiles?
wood mantel and Cararra marble slab surround is a great look that can work with any interior.
Carrara: Here, tile is used to frame a traditional fireplace. Carrara veining tends to be linear.
slab remnant?...Surround like granite counter...Tile and seating...Fireplace tile
“Like” — npoint
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
Irvine Terrace
Ideabooks6,234
Questions9
The counter top material is "Honey Onyx" slab
cabinets are beautifully done and love the arched top. The backsplash of granite shape detail is beautiful as well.
floor tile...Gina granite top color...Arched granite
“Several embellishments” — tjl3135
Next Step Builders
1 Review
Next Step Builders Kitchen
Ideabooks1,356
Questions5
floorplan with seating around a large soapstone island. Custom designed mosaic tile behind the stovetop and custom designed tin ceiling. Photo by: Edmunds Studio
These look like they could be our tiles, can you confirm?
How did you get the granite table top suspended like that off cabinet
Chicago area. We contacted suppliers all over the country to get the largest slab we could find. We got lucky and grabbed that one right out of the shipping
“square table on end” — lisagail40
Michael Robert Construction
13 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Anti McMansion
Ideabooks12,895
Questions14
I would like to use a cool grey/ white granite called Supreme White, aka Fantasy White, aka White Zito. my cabinet color
worried that Cabinets are not white enough to blend nicely with such a granite that sort of resembles marble. Any advice for me? thanks again!
I'm not sure what to do with the backsplash. I love how your white subway tiles look, did you consider any other types of backsplash? Our kitchen will
would have been fine. It's hard for me to say for sure without seeing your granite, but try to get large samples of the stone and bring it home to your cabinets
the light reflects off of the polished surface and slight unevenness of the tile is just beautiful. Gives a little sparkle to an otherwise pretty earthy kitchen
“Kitchen” — tiffanyzeszutek
Ike Kligerman Barkley
3 Reviews
Boulder Fireplace
Ideabooks949
Questions4
How about this fireplace in basement, with the barb sliding doors over t.v., no hearth or mantel. Set it forward a bit for built in wall units later.
Slab granite wow!...Stone slab...from our granite!?...split granite as base stone
“Fireplace” — knollsnative
Celia James
3 Reviews
Omega Kitchens
Ideabooks2,685
Questions6
It's just a speckled grey granite. We go to the stone warehouses and select pieces for clients' projects
INTERESTING COMBINATION OF CABINETS, BLACK ACCENTS, GRANITE AND FLOORING
slab and shaker...slab countertops
“mix of galss and simple kitchen” — mullane_al
Beauparlant Design inc
6 Reviews
Cabbagetown
Ideabooks4,696
Questions8
paint is on the cabinets? also source of the tile backsplash?
I like those longer than normal subway tiles, but have not been able to find them - are
Is this granite? If so, what color? Thanks!
is Pavimenti Bianco polished 5x30cm from Stone Tile in Toronto. It is actually a larger porcelain tile they cut in-house so I'm sure you could do something
this counter is granite called Kashmire white.
modified upside down 'V' for the trestle - perfect for my shelf and foot rest bats
white narrower/longer subway w/ grey grout. painted cabs/whitish granite
“Kitchen” — nathanmuscat
Can the tile be installed over a granite slab ?
My fireplace has a boring black granite surround and I want to redo it in something more interesting. I love the glass tile that you used, but can it...
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