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Historic Antique Federal-Style Becomes Bright and Roomy with R
without the handles Mine could be oak or bamboo rather than maple
Porcelain floor tile, maple cabinets & fir windows
-inch porcelain tile was selected for the family room and kitchen floors.Appliances: Electrolux Icon oven, Thermador 5 burner cooktopSconce lighting: Zaneen Dau from Nina’s LightingIsland chandelier: Harco-Loor Tiara from Chimera LightingCabinetry: Kevin Cradock WoodworkingTile floor: Roma Tile
Louden County Interior Designer
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Modern Kitchen Design in NJ
floor porcelain tile and cabinets. Very sleek and refined.
without handles...Porcelain tile.
RANERE DESIGN GROUP
Iggy's Modern Powder Room
wall-covering, porcelain tiled floor, aqua blue and orange, small scale sink for space
gray porcelain floor. lite wood dark top
single handle faucet
Solids Porcelain Tile, Steel
k YODER design, LLC
Locust Street Baths
shower door handle! Who is the manufacturer? Thank you!
horizontal porcelain tile
mixed with porcelain tile shower
Creative Design Construction, Inc.
only 1 handle. Is there no access to the blind corner?
629). The porcelain tile is called Antares. The size selected for this project is 20'' x 20''.
GEORGE Interior Design
35th Street Bath
This is porcelain "wood" tiles grouted to match hardwood in the rest of the house
tile with porcelain...cabinet handles
splash porcelain tile - low maintenance and can mimic other stone without the upkeep. We suggest going to Artistic Tile or Porcenalosa for a good selection of tile.
Handle on cabinet other on drawees
stone or porcelain floor isn't quite your style, consider doing what this family did, and create a kitchen "rug" out of tile. This part of the kitchen floor will probably be used the most by the family, and this tough and long-lasting stone won't suffer the same damage as hardwood in this area would.