Brittsan Tolaris HomesVictorian Kitchen, Orlando

Example of an ornate kitchen design in Orlando with a farmhouse sink, glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash —  Houzz
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marymurphy813 wrote:May 14, 2014
  • Sofia Gita

    I would also like to know the kind of countertop this is?

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    Carrara Marble Tiles

    Hello marymurphy813, retiredfun2 and Sofia Gita! The counter is a custom fabrication product and it is made of Bianco Carrara marble. We can do the same countertop for your kitchen if you are interested in this tile. We have a wide selection of marble slabs available, such as Bianco Carrera (White Carrara), Bianco Dolomiti (White Dolomite), Bardiglio Gray, Nero Marquina Black, White Onyx and Crema Marfil.

    Please contact us via phone or mail to get your best offer for a marble countertop:

noelmarie1 wrote:Mar 2, 2014
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    Tolaris Homes
    kitchen sink is: Barclay FS30....30” single bowl white fire clay sink from Broedell
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    Answer is listed below. Ty
Cindy Kochansky wrote:Jan 18, 2014
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    Kitchen faucet is Moen 7185 CSL Brantford Side HDL KD P-0S CSL $262.32, purchased through Broedell Plbg
  • rbavec
    Kitchen faucet is Moen 7185 CSL Brantford Side HDL KD P-0S CSL $262.32, purchased through Broedell Plbg
artsyphartsy_home_maker wrote:Mar 25, 2016
Cindy Kochansky wrote:Feb 13, 2014
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  • Jesse W.
    We love this backsplash too! If the grout is a true white, what gives it the look of a tinted grout? Is it shadows, or is there a dark edge to the tiles?
mama1968 wrote:Dec 25, 2013
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    The backsplash is : USC Bright Snow White beveled and USC Bright Snow White Victorian chair rail from Crossville Tile on Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL
  • acr8952
    What is the countertop?
miastensrud wrote:Jan 9, 2017
  • rbavec

    Shaker style doors Kitchen Crafters Altamonte Springs FL 407-467-2476

Sandra Knittel wrote:Oct 18, 2016
  • rbavec

    We have had zero problems on the white porcelain farm sink...we have installed a black composite farms sinks, no problems...stainless tends to get dirty and scratched ..more maintenance on the SS, but it depends on the overall look.

    Hope this helps...feel free to contact us at 407-915-6600

miastensrud wrote:Jul 21, 2016
  • rbavec

    12 plates and 19.5' at the peak

flagler07 wrote:Jun 29, 2015
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    Tolaris Homes

    Works problems. Stainless will never chip porcelain has the potential to chip

candalry wrote:Feb 15, 2015
lizfischer02 wrote:Feb 24, 2014
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    All of the cabinet hardware was by Amerock.
    This is what was in the kitchen:
    doors 1466-G9
    drawers 4235-G9
wightmst wrote:Feb 6, 2014
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    Tolaris Homes
    The grout joint size is 1/8.
caitlin21783 wrote:Jan 24, 2014
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    Tolaris Homes
    Kitchen and laundry cabinets are Origami white by Smithport Cabinetry, Jim Knowles, Kitchen Crafters!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Barbra Bright Design added this to Windowless Kitchen Sinks: Looking Beyond the (Lack of a) ViewNov 21, 2016

12. Simplify. There are so many ways to bring focus to a windowless sink. One of the simplest is to tile the wall behind the sink to the ceiling and just leave it blank. No cabinet, no shelf, no anything … well, maybe a simple wreath, as in this photo, or a piece of art. Whatever you decide, the beauty of this blank-slate solution is that you can change the look whenever the mood strikes. That’s really what good design is all about: It’s always evolving.More: Dishwasher vs. Hand-Washing Debate Finally Solved — Sort Of

Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Quick and Easy Christmas Decor With Greens, Wreaths and Pine ConesNov 23, 2015

The saying that less is more is perfectly in play here. One boxwood wreath sporting a golden ribbon brings a kitchen into the holiday season.

Laura Gaskill added this to To-Dos: Your December Home ChecklistSep 29, 2014

11. Go on a holiday home tour. Most holiday home tours are run by local historical societies — look in your local paper for happenings in your area. This time of year is often the only time some of the loveliest historic homes are open to the public, and fully decorated for the holidays at that! Going on a holiday home tour is a great way to get into the holiday spirit … and maybe get some ideas for your own home.Tell us: What’s on your to-do list for December?More December home tips

Becky Harris added this to Homes Around the World Wish You a Merry ChristmasDec 22, 2013

A boxwood wreath adds a merry touch to an all-white kitchen in Orlando, Florida.The view from outside: See more homes on Houzz all decked out for Christmas

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Amali Svien added this to Kitchen Remodel AppliancesOct 14, 2019

Frosted cabinet glass, farmhouse sink, marble counter tops

slnovak2017 added this to Favorite Inspiration and/or ProductsOct 14, 2019

Completely open space over sink

bakline added this to Kitchen DecorOct 10, 2019

paper towel holder by sink. jar filled with pasta by stove

Lisa G added this to My ideasOct 2, 2019

note faucet, sink, counter, tile backsplash

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