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Elegant kitchen photo in Seattle

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Elegant kitchen photo in Seattle —  Houzz

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bessner wrote:June 19, 2012
What is the tile on the counter and backsplash?Thanks

  • wonderland4
    WHAT IS THAT BACKSPLASH?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!??!!?!??!!??!!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!
  • lyrics1967
    I was so getting ready to order this tile and then I read from their website, "The following glazes are not recommended for countertops or floors: Black Gloss (acid etching and scratching); Bronze (acid etching); Celadon (acid etching); CHICAGO (slight acid etching); Cobalt (scratching); Midnight Blue (scratching); Raspberry (scratching). Oh NO! There it was ....CHICAGO! What to do? Any ideas?
wonderland4 wrote:November 15, 2012
Where can it get tht backsplash i need it. what is its price at least?!

- I need to know

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    Norberry Tile & Plumbing Studio
    The nominal 4" tile are a custom made product and run about $45 per square foot. Also, observe that there are base pieces that should be ordered with the scallop field tile. It would be advisable for you to send me your dimensions to help determine your quantities: info@norberrytile.com.
wjones3 wrote:May 5, 2013
lyrics1967 wrote:June 7, 2013
lyrics1967 wrote:June 22, 2013
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    Norberry Tile & Plumbing Studio
    Sorry, I don't know. We were just the tile designers and suppliers.
  • demerhm
    I live in San Diego. If I were to choose a tile like this, how would I order it? Does anyone local to San Diego carry it? I would like a sample of the fishtail and the square.
Kimberly de Jong wrote:July 31, 2014
yancyzhu wrote:October 3, 2014
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    Norberry Tile & Plumbing Studio
    The tile along the counter are called sink edge in this case, or v-cap. They are designed with a right angle so as to have purchase as it wraps over the top the counter. The tile are fairly thick measuring a nominal 1/2".
hisreholm wrote:May 26, 2015
How do I obtain tiles like these?

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    Norberry Tile & Plumbing Studio

    The tile are custom made at our facility in California. The field tile are the "shell series" and cost $42.00 per square foot. The base pieces cost $16 per piece and they give you that flat edge, a similar piece can be manufactured for the top edge at the same price, but if you a fitting under cabinets you don't need the top edging. The Square field tile on the counter top measure 8" x 8" and run about $38 per square foot. We blended the glaze colors Chicago Green and Celadon. Please give us 4-6 weeks to manufacture. We'd love to help!!

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