1920s Kitchen RemodelMediterranean Kitchen, Los Angeles

Tuscan kitchen photo in Los Angeles with a farmhouse sink, glass-front cabinets, quartz countertops, multicolored backsplash, stainless steel appliances and dark wood cabinets —  Houzz
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princessnomi83 wrote:Feb 11, 2013
  • Laura Prendergast
    I think Mexican tile designs has a similar pattern... If not they have some lovely ones! http://www.mexicantiledesigns.com/collections/traditional-decorative-tile
  • kerry857
    I have a whole house of these tiles. You can find them at Normax Building Materials in Tecate, Mexico. They use to deliver for a nominal fee. You get a raw tile that requires at least 3-4 coats of sealer. I have had them for 36 years and I am getting ready to tear them out. I love the look, but they have wrecked my back over the years. They are very hard to walk or stand on for any length of time. They are also very hard to keep up. They are not practical and I would not recommend them.
kerryblue25 wrote:Sep 17, 2012
tanek wrote:May 17, 2012
  • camellas
    The DW looks exactly like my Bosch.
  • Michelle Agnew
    Looks just like our kitchenaid!! (the dishwasher)
Heather Harrington wrote:Apr 14, 2017
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    Erica Islas / EMI Interior Design, Inc.

    this project is archived - don't know the details to tile - but you can contact Classic Tile in Santa Monica , maybe they can help. We buy most of our tile there. Good Luck .

Meghan Frontino wrote:May 15, 2014
  • Nichelle Stallworth
    Can I please know the size of the wine cooler as well as where I can purchase.
Meghan Frontino wrote:Jan 5, 2014
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    Erica Islas / EMI Interior Design, Inc.
    Sorry , These cabinets were not store bought. We had these custom built by a local cabinet maker and stained by a local Refinisher for our client . We went thru several stain samples and blends until we got the perfect shade for lighting in this space . Best wishes on your search. I'm sure there is something similar out there .
makenzie_marie1 wrote:Dec 29, 2012
jandersen19 wrote:Mar 1, 2014
    javio wrote:Jun 30, 2013
      lindsaytrue wrote:Nov 15, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        vanessa_brunner
        Vanessa Brunner added this to 10 Gorgeous Backsplash Alternatives to Subway TileApr 9, 2013

        7. Mixing tiles in Los Angeles. Sticking to a Spanish style, this 1920s kitchen has two different types of tile for its backsplash. Designer Erica Islas used a simple and more affordable white tile, set on a diagonal, for the majority of the backsplash. But a border of more expensive, Spanish-inspired tiles lines each wall.See more of this kitchen

        vanessa_brunner
        Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: 1920s Renovation in CaliforniaMay 15, 2012

        Islas carried the soffit around the entire room, making it feel more intimate and giving her the freedom to use down lights for ambience. "With old homes, electrical is always a challenge because you're dealing with having to upgrade wiring and adding in more circuit breakers, which costs money and ends up eating into budgets," she says. Sink: Kohler; faucet: Rohl; teal cabinet color: Turtle Lake, Dunn Edwards; glass knobs: Anthropologie

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        peter_alex_douglas
        Peter-Alex D added this to KitchenApr 25, 2019

        Like the tile and color of cabinets or something like that to create contrast and bring in color

        dcgwalker
        dcgwalker added this to DebMar 16, 2019

        Don’t like the border at the very top

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