937 Etched Kitchen Design Photos

Victoria's Interiors
4 Reviews
Wembley
Ideabooks550
Questions2
Stained concrete color, etching, texture and pattern
the noce color and texture of this travertine looking but polished+acid etched concrete.
becomes. Note the grainy pits in the surface of this kitchen floor. After etching, a neutralizer needs to be applied to stop the chemical reaction. Some acids
Etched floor...etched to look like tile?...acid etched. like color...acid etched concrete floor...etched concrete
“How the stove, oven and sink overlook the dining and living areas.” — ninawhite1
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
Fontana Interior
Ideabooks3,510
Questions5
The backsplash is by Bendheim, and is a mirrored etched glass. The counter ids by IRG, "CHROMA" material, one of the greys.
This is an etched glass with mirrored backing by Bendheim.
COUNTERTOP BACKSPLASH etched glass with mirrored backing by Bendheim. he backsplash is by Bendheim, and is a mirrored etched glass. The counter ids by
what is mirrored etched glass by Bendheim
Etched glass & mirror backing backsplash
“Very clean look, nice hood & wine frig.” — darrell4913
C & A Builders
6 Reviews
Shaw Court
Ideabooks9,158
Questions4
The glass etching was custom-made by SGO Designer Glass and Doors formerly in Redwood City
The etched glass doors!...Etched glass...Cool etched glass
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Lawrence and Gomez Architects
9 Reviews
Hillsdale kitchen
Ideabooks5,790
Questions9
Glass 2x2 Metro Glass, color: Marjoram gloss and etched, Overcast gloss and etched, Artemisia gloss and etched from Ann Sachs Band: Sicis Zinnia 3 from Iridium
Glass 2x2 Metro Glass, color: Marjoram gloss and etched, Overcast gloss and etched, Artemisia gloss and etched from Ann Sachs Band: Sicis Zinnia 3 from Iridium
“love the wood, style looks like a mismatch” — hubbac
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks5,483
Questions12
hood: acid etched steel with a clear finish. Vent-a-hood insert with a custom manufactured
The hood was custom fabricated, acid etched steel with a clear finish.
Steel etched hood...acid etched steel hood
“Vent a hood insert” — vshirley
Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Lew Loft
Ideabooks40,652
Questions21
it will leave an etch mark on the surface, which is not to be confused with staining. Staining can be prevented with sealer but not etch marks. Granite should
Really? I've been told honed does not show the etching us much??
It is an acid etched white back-painted glass.
rock which means it can absorb liquids also! To reduce the visibility of etch marks on stones such as marble, you are better off using the marble in a
“Uppers” — mjgutterman
Pickell Architecture
Classical Kitchen
Ideabooks93,385
Questions80
have plenty of etchings - just no stains. We just consider the etch spots as "patina" that's developing over time. Only way to prevent etching on marble is
is one of ease of maintenance. Marble is a calcium based stone and will etch when exposed to acids. Remember in chemistry class when you added vinegar
off" by the acid. Unfortunately there is no sealer that will stop the etching from happening. The honed finish - while not preventing the damage, hides
Really love the kitchen. We have a white marble top as well and it etches very easily. Do you know what treatment your's got to withstand the cooking
“overwhelming vitality in this photo” — mjsouloh
Pickell Architecture
Classical Kitchen
Ideabooks190K
Questions178
in direct contact w/the marble will etch it almost instantly: lemon juice, vinegar, etc. You can only see the etch marks if you look at the slab at almost
good things about marble as that is the way I want to go. Do you find it etches easily and if so, from what and do they bother you?
it's expensive and I don't know how it would hold up for kitchen usage (etching from acids, etc. ) Maybe there's a dark brown or charcoal veining in your
because I didn't price that knowing I would be looking for every stain and etch mark. I negotiated the price down with my distributor and paid $6k total
“light” — Krisztina Pinter
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