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Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Ansley Park Kitchen
Ideabooks5,177
Questions10
is used to frame a traditional fireplace. Carrara veining tends to be linear. Add to Ideabookby Garret Cord Werner by Garret Cord Werner Calacatta: A slab with dramatic gray veining makes a stunning fireplace surround. Calacatta is rarer than Carrara and is considered a luxury stone. Add to Ideabookby
Love the calcutta slab with the stainless steel counter top
traditional kitchen, the slab of marble looks as timeless as in the modern kitchen we just saw. Tip: Be sure to consider details like window sill ledges and electrical outlets when doing full-height slab material.
Calacatta: Here you see the characteristic large patterning in a slab backsplash.
“Calacatta” — sav5
JACK ROSEN CUSTOM KITCHENS
4 Reviews
Grey Country Kitchen
Ideabooks5,387
Questions8
Single slab marble backsplash.
“Driftwood cabinets in island” — latnelson
Traditional Living Room
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assymetrical with slab whole wall length
Fireplaces don't have to be symmetrical. I love the simplicity of the simple stone ledge and offset firebox and how the stone slab runs the full length of the wall. More: 16 Stunningly Beautiful FireplacesWhere to Put the TV?Photo: Browse photos of fireplace designs
“mixing of furniture and colours” — Susan Mathew
Kirsti Moestue Landscape Design
New Seabury
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Hydrangea flanking single stone slab
“love this!” — rmoore8
Highgate Builders
7 Reviews
Ridgewood Residence
Ideabooks6,218
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bench seating, single wood slab center island, lights
“Blue black” — bennetthillary
Woodbridge Builders
7 Reviews
Bathroom Remodels
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Manny Fernandez
Holly Joe Interiors, LLC
Seaside Kitchen
Ideabooks12
Questions0
downsized to fit a single slab of honed black granite
“countertops” — tander2000
Brenda Kyriakou of McDaniels Sales Company
Tradional White Kitchen with Quartz countertops
Ideabooks3
Questions0
This Kitchen was a Condo Remodel Project on the West side of Lansing for a Retired couple. The project was a great way to lighten up the kit, going from dark cabinets to white. We used a contrasting green paint color with green in the tile work. I also added a new window treatment in the nook and matching chair cushions to complete this beautiful Kitchen. We did the hutch in a ...More
“ugly soffit” — chrisannbrown
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