This project is for a new Kitchen, Mudroom and Master Bathroom in an existing 1890's pattern book clapboard house in Maplewood, New Jersey. The design solution eliminates the numerous small and choppy spaces and unites them into one, united loft-like kitchen space. The design in both layout and aesthetic mediates between the traditional language of the house and the owner's desired modern aesthetic. A new freezer and refrigerator are clad in long ceramic tile and bookend the working surface of the new kitchen.
Architect - Robert J. Miller, AIA www.millerwrightarchitects.com
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Width if back wall - How wide is the back wall in this photo? »
Which color of grey grout to pair with white octogan tile ? - I am having difficulty deciding which grey grout to pick to use with my white octogan tile....Narrowed it down to Natural Grey, Delorean Grey, or Charcoal Grey. Does anyone have any insight on these colors? This will be going in my boys bathroom so I want to make sure the grout is dark enough to "hide" the dirt =) Thought the Delorean might be too light??? »
7. White subway tile with gray grout. This combination recalls ... wait for it ... the subway! It's a bit more Paris Metro than any other subway these days. Gray grout has answered a lot of our bathroom cleaning prayers; I'm so glad it has become popular again. When a medium to dark gray grout is used with a light colored tile, the tiling pattern stands out.
ALL TILE BATH- Take the classic subway tile and gray grout combination all the way up the wall. Break it up with mirrors, fixtures, windows and trim; play off its regularity with a river pebble tile floor.