43,351 Mocha glaze Home Design Photos

Pritzkat & Johnson Architects
4 Reviews
Transitional Contemporary
Ideabooks558
Questions1
The kitchen received an aesthetic upgrade, including a stainless steel farmhouse sink. Throughout the house upgraded double-glazed windows improve the home’s insulation.
double glazed windows
“Sink and window” — llipner
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Inspirations Kitchen and Bath
2011 Foxhall
Ideabooks4,175
Questions5
I too want to know what the wood stain is on the cabinets. Is a stain glaze combo? thanks
glaze/stain cabinets
“Cabinet finish” — emjay09
Melinda Mandell
Kaitlyn Kitchen
Ideabooks2,437
Questions12
like this color! I agree that the color of the cabinets in the picture look different from the paint chip they were painted, though I didn't specify a glaze for the cabinetry. I think that the difference can be accounted for by a combination of the photographer's lighting, maybe some post-prodcution editing
“Kitchen ideas” — Karen Byron
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
Urban Edge Bathrooms
Ideabooks5,343
Questions5
glazed glass
“Don't like the glass but the ide” — intrigueinterior
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Barrington, RI Kitchen
Ideabooks13,461
Questions13
and unfortunately we do not know the exact manufacturer and finish. What I can tell you - this is a very simple subway tile. The detail is in the glaze and it has a delicate crackle effect. You can certainly visit your local tile showroom and they can help you select a simple tile. We often source
This is a very simple subway tile. The detail is in the glaze that is on the tile - it has a delicate crackle effect.
“Lighted glass cabinets” — dfaws4u
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Galley Kitchen
Ideabooks10,643
Questions16
color and now I'm just not happy with it! I want them an ivory or bisque color which seems like it'd be easy to go over as they are and give them that "glazed" or "antique" look, but I am not sure how to do it or If I could just go back to a natural wood color ( my fav)?? I don't know what I was thinking
cabinet color but probably too much work now. I have been thinking a cream color? What is best and easiest way to do this? How hard is it to give them a glazed or antique look? Thanks again!
“Galley layout” — Tami Heim
w.b. builders
8 Reviews
Craftsman Kitchen
Ideabooks16,183
Questions16
We have similar cabinets - would like to know the about the glaze and color of the subway tile. Thanks
This was a custom dye toner with glaze we created to match existing millwork in th home.
“Drawer pulls” — Alainna Pope
Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro
3 Reviews
Sunnybrook Mediterranean
Ideabooks652
Questions3
cabinet color but not such extreme glaze
Nice glazing on cabinets
“Brick” — loveme6
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