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The backsplash is 1x1 tiles from Oceanside Glasstiles. I do not know the exact color, but you can source the tile from Tile Showcase in the Boston Design Center.
Eagle Harbor Cabin
offset by the tall fireplace mass of Montana ledgestone at the east end. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs for sun and snow protection;
about the roof construction at our Eagle Harbor Cabin project. The ceiling wood rafters are exposed, and above the rafters we have plywood decking and a 2x8 insulation cavity packed with rigid insulation (much like a SIPS panel), with an R-value of about 42. The rigid insulation allows us to make an unvented
The overall room was 18x 20. The kitchen was approx 16x12 in this shot
Valley View Model - Sun Valley Design
corner sink, same layout as mine, but bigger. 12x 13
This is a dark wood floor with maple cabinets and dark granite. We used 12x24 smooth tile with precision cuts for a virtual no-grout line look. We added a tile accent just to break it up.
overly freaked out about grout lines. Your backsplash really doesn't get that much action. As someone else said, you put a lot of things in front of it. 18x18" tile is a good idea but you will still have vertical grout lines.
Weedman Design Partners
custom color mix from Interstyle Glass, in a 1"x8" tile. We used the following colors and proportions: 50% Raw Hemp Glossy, 25% Raw Hemp Matte, 15% Urban Grey Matte, and 10% Coal Grey Matte
Thank you! It is a custom color mix from Interstyle Glass, in a 1"x8" tile. We used the following colors and p
Penn Valley, PA
Are these traditional 3X6 subway tiles? I am looking to do the same thing with my soapstone counters but swap the paint/tile (tile will be golden yellow; wall above cream color)
you are correct, these are in fact 3 x 6 subway tiles.