Wade Design & Construction Inc

(262) 512-1799
www.wadedesigninc.com

Services Provided
Full service residential design/build process, from concept to completion. Including kitchen and bath remodeling, whole house remodeling, additions, living space updates, decks, basement improvements, screened porch additions, and anything in between.

Areas Served
Southeast Wisconsin, USA with emphasis on Northshore and MetroMilwaukee

Business Description
Design/ Build Remodeling:
Redefining space for the way you live.
Award Winning Design Build Remodeling on the North Shore of the Metropolitan Milwaukee area
Location:
Mequon, WI US 
Contact:
Michael Wade 
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Address:
3413 W Burgundy Court
Mequon, WI 53092 
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   Comment   August 14, 2014
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Joy Seymour Ziebro
what is the wall backsplash? thank you Where can I find cocoa beach granite?
August 14, 2014 at 4:15AM   
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The backsplash at the stove is "Honey Onyx" 12x12 tiles. Cocoa Beach is a stone our local suppliers had a couple of years ago, but as time went on, the look started to change. I am not sure it is still available in the way the picture shows, but new selections are always emerging. This stone came from Stone Design of Wisconsin in Oak Creek. They would be happy to help you find something similar. They have several Midwest locations. http://www.stone-design.com/locations
August 14, 2014 at 5:23AM   
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That is a small prep counter/buffet serving area that is only about 16" deep. Under this counter is a nice bit of storage that is not too deep. This helps with the lack of upper cabinets in this and offers lots of flexible storage to complement the taller and deeper storage in the rest of the kitchen.
August 1, 2014 at 12:37AM   
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I do not see any pictures.
July 24, 2014 at 10:43AM     
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Pictures of the entire wall would be very helpful. Most of the time, and only if the tile will be continuing under the window, I will tile from the bottom of the cabinet frame (or the next full course of tile above the bottom of the cabinet frame) horizontally to the window casing, then down around and under the window. Whether the tile comes up the other side of the window depends on the look you are going for. Are you trying to unify the space with the tile, and include the window in the kitchen composition? Maybe you will want to use the tile to visually include the counter in front of the window in the kitchen.
July 24, 2014 at 12:03PM   
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Barbara, thanks for the additional photo. It looks like the counter ends at the wall to the right of the window, rather than continuing around the corner to the adjacent wall, is that correct? If so, I'd probably end the backsplash at the end of the cabinet above the stove to create a visual separation between the work area and the seating area. You have a nice view out the window that really doesn't need any competition.
July 24, 2014 at 1:26PM   
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Yes the entire area around the window. Other wise you are going to have a weird line where the tile and the wall meet.
This is what you see on a designer kitchen. Most builders don't go all the way to save money on tile.
July 24, 2014 at 7:02PM        Thanked by Barbara Erlenborn
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Can you post some pictures for me? There are several factors I use in determining the answer. Usually the tile splash would end at the end of a counter, or at the end of the upper cabinet. The situation in the picture you attached your question to is not normal. I would have normally taken the tile to the end of the upper cabinet, but in this case there was no counter top that far. I will have time later to comment further.
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Barbara Erlenborn
Hi thanks for your help... 3 photos are attached (I hope). Barbara
July 24, 2014 at 9:47AM   
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