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Claremont ParkTransitional Kitchen, Boston

Cabinetry provided by Metropolitan Cabinets
Photography by Shelly Harrison

Transitional galley kitchen photo in Boston with stainless steel appliances, a single-bowl sink, glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash and marble backsplash —  Houzz
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cseedle wrote:Sep 4, 2013
kimpluess wrote:Apr 16, 2012
  • Jeff Bridges

    I like how you continued the marble along the sides of the counter top. Normally I've only seen it on the surface. I think it looks really good when it's done like this. http://rogangranite.com/marble/

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    Elissa Holley
    All mitered edges....lots of labor in that...

    We are doing a similar project right now

    www.rockfab.com
dtreyger wrote:Oct 24, 2012
  • Emilse Vega
    NEOLITH, check it.
  • lynnewolk

    Any idea where to get Neolith in Mercer County in NJ?


vas711 wrote:Mar 9, 2014
  • Carmen Garneata
    I would like to know what type of marble was used on the countertops as well
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    Shree Jagdamba Marmo Pvt.Ltd.
    For any marble requirement email me at tanmay.sanadhya@gmail.com
    Or visit our web www.shrijagdambamarmo.com
Juhree Elissa wrote:Jun 18, 2015
    Laura Slade wrote:Mar 6, 2013
      Tamara Dorman wrote:Feb 13, 2013
        Amy Lincoln wrote:Jul 20, 2011

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          vanessa_brunner
          Vanessa Brunner added this to Your Guide to 15 Popular Kitchen Countertop MaterialsFeb 21, 2013

          Marble Kitchen CountersMarble has an unrivaled, classic look that always seems to be in style. For lovers of white kitchens in particular, a marble counter offers more variety than almost any other material. Marble is known more for the patina it develops with use than for its durability. It’s a softer stone than granite, and can scratch and stain easily; the cost typically ranges from $70 to $100 per square foot installed.Guide: Pros and cons of marble countertops

          mjeresek
          Ivon Street Studio added this to Kitchen Counters: Elegant, Timeless MarbleSep 16, 2012

          The basics: Marble is a natural stone composed of calcium carbonate; it's in the same stone family as limestone and travertine. Color variations occur in marble due to mineral impurities in the stone. Slabs, rather than tiles, are typically used for countertops, where the dramatic veining can be displayed.Cost: $70 to $100 per square foot, installed.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          nicole_nieland
          Nicole Nieland added this to Allen houseMar 6, 2019

          Love the modern with the classic. The shiny plane cabinets.

          bennington05201
          McEver Design added this to kitchenFeb 5, 2019

          Marble has an unrivaled, classic look that always seems to be in style. For lovers of white kitchens in particular, a marble counter offers more variety than almost any other material. Marble is known more for the patina it develops with use than for its durability. It’s a softer stone than granite, and can scratch and stain easily; the cost typically ranges from $70 to $100 per square foot installed.

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