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Vivienne Cirillo wrote:Jun 19, 2015
kramanrao wrote:Aug 21, 2014
  • tamarapell

    where can i purchase the centerpiece tile above the stove?

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    Madson Design

    You can follow the link provided above in this comment string. On that website you can click on "Our Locations" at the top of the page, then click "Retail Dealers", then enter your zip code. It will list all retail dealers local to you, who can then assist you with ordering this tile.

Shari wrote:Feb 27, 2013
  • Shari
    Do you know if when you ordered the tile if it was called "aged iron"? Sorry for all the questions, but I LOVE that tile and entire backsplash, I just don't want to pay that much for a tile that I can't see first.
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    Madson Design
    I believe it was the 'aged iron', as it blends with the brushed nickel faucet--but I can't say with absolute certainty--I don't have the order invoice anymore--sorry!
Cathy Prettyman wrote:Aug 20, 2014
karrol wrote:Feb 1, 2012
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    Madson Design
    These are off-white cabinets. Sorry, I don't know what make or model the hood is.
  • Todd Bletcher
    It's an arietta
cj323 wrote:Jan 4, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Try the Waterworks website:
    http://www.waterworks.com/
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    sarah sacco
    Looks like Daltile Kohler Biscuit K175 from the Rittenhouse Square collection. The medallion and deco's are also Daltile....
smittybea wrote:Aug 20, 2015
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    Madson Design

    Sorry, I no longer have the paint information for this project.

FLOY Work wrote:Aug 11, 2015
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    Madson Design

    You can find all the information on the backsplash tiles under the Questions for this photo.

susan_scholz wrote:Jul 21, 2015
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    Madson Design

    Hi Susan, the smaller accent tiles--the 2x2 squares at the corner, and the 1x12 liner--were all from Daltile Metal Signatures collection, and it appears that these particular ones may no longer be available. If you scroll down to the bottom of this link (http://products.daltile.com/series.cfm?series=79&item=1264&c=9) you can see other similar products from this series.

Kristin Terkelsen wrote:Aug 20, 2014
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    Madson Design
    Sorry, I no longer have information on the appliances for this project.
sofahunt6 wrote:Aug 20, 2014
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    Madson Design
    I'm sorry, I don't have any information on the napkin holder.
Cindy Hoefer wrote:Mar 22, 2014
mrshilz wrote:May 13, 2013
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    Madson Design

    Sorry, I don't have information on the grout.

cblanke4 wrote:Aug 30, 2012
karenreap wrote:Jul 6, 2011

What Houzz contributors are saying:

kareneglythompson
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Trick Out Your Kitchen Backsplash for Storage and MoreAug 6, 2014

Pot-filling faucet: Not a storage item but rather a time- and back-saving accessory, pot-filler faucets are popular on backsplashes above stovetops because they eliminate multiple trips back and forth to the sink. Installation requires a plumber to install the lines and then a new backsplash (or you can modify an existing backsplash if you have enough leftover tile). To protect the wall from moisture, you need to have a hard-surface backsplash, such as tile or stone. On top of labor and materials for the plumber, the fixture itself can run between $275 and $1,350. James Madson of Madson Design says a standard 4-inch wall thickness is all that’s required for this type of faucet installation. However, if you want to make the faucet an instant water dispenser, a power point would be required as well as dedicated space below the countertop for the tank. As there is no standard height for pot-faucet installation, Madson advises to install the faucet at least a couple of inches higher than the highest kitchen pot. He adds, “Generally speaking, faucets at cooktops add some cost to your kitchen, but where lifting heavy pots full of water from the sink to the cooktop may be a bother or concern, or if the cuisine one prepares frequently requires the filling of large pots, this feature may be a great convenience and good investment.”More: How to Add a Kitchen BacksplashBrowse thousands of inspiring kitchen backsplash designs

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drm0329
drm0329 added this to Kitchen IdeasAug 12, 2018

medalian and pot filler and subway tile

klees020614
klees020614 added this to klees020614's ideasOct 25, 2017

However, if you want to make the faucet an instant water dispenser, a power point would be required as well as dedicated space below the countertop for the tank.

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