Or in a gorgeous full leather seat accented with nailhead trim:
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We have hardware very similar to what is shown in the photo. Go to: http://rusticahardware.com/rocky-mountain-hardware-bin-cabinet-pull/
www.lanternandscroll.com (John Street Collection) They are copper.
.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/84381110/#/94381510) and cut the front doors to size from abstrackt high gloss white (http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/70115875/?query=70115875#/40115867) we are concerned about how to get the doors cut to size and whether the finish of the cut is going to look
Here's the link to IKEA's website for the cover panel.
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For the backsplash, have you considered what we specified on this project. It is not glass. See more discussion on this here: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/126437/Backsplash
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email@example.com, maybe include a few ideabooks you like or some photos, plans, and a little more information about your house and I can see if I can point you in the right direction. Hope this helps, look forward to hearing from you.
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or for some additional insight here's another:http://forums.findstone.com/printer_friendly_posts.asp?TID=2491
Its all a personal choice. Quartz is beautiful, but it comes with its demons as with any natural
The Rohl Shaws sinks are quality products that are designed to last, you can learn more about them here: http://www.rohlhome.com/home.aspx
Regarding the question in this thread, "where did you get the sink?": Sink looks like a 30" Rohl
There are several options:
1.) Run the backsplash up to the hood, and leave the rest of the wall with flat painted color (attached example on the right).
2.) Run the backsplash up to the top of the cabinets, and have a contrasting or matching