Concord Avenue beach-style-kitchen
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Concord Avenue Beach Style Kitchen, Boston

Coastal light wood floor kitchen photo in Boston with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, blue backsplash and ceramic backsplash — Houzz

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jessdrex wrote:
backsplash tile - what is the backsplash tile used?
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Love this tile! I just bought a fixer upper condo at the beach and want this for my kitchen! Source, please?!
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Larson and Pratt in L.A. is where i think hey are from.. based on extensive research after not receiving an answer. Floor and Decor has plain white porcelain, and mercury mosaics has the shape but i think a tad bigger! Also carries it in marble. Fish scales and scalloped are the two names i found it under. Good Luck!
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Danay wrote:
Please tell me the brand of range hood! - I love the round shape of this one, and it would work perfectly in y kitchen.
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Jamie Keskin Design
Sorry I don’t now the brand. Also, It’s rectangular not round.
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Jeannie Sasaki

Looks like Zephyr's Savona

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Christine Covert wrote:
what is the surface on the island counter top?
Nannette Bricker-Barrett wrote:
Kitchen backsplash - How does the tile end on the breakfast room side of the kitchen? I love this look but my range and hood are on the breakfast room end of my kitchen and I have no idea how to end a backsplash, should I add one. Thanks!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kathleen McCleary added this to Houzz Tour: New Family Home Nails Modern Farmhouse Style
Backsplash: A fish scale-like navy tile creates depth and drama. “It really makes the kitchen special,” Keskin says. Tile: Fan in Navy, Pratt and Larson; browse backsplash and wall tile
Mitchell Parker added this to 6 Design Features Worth Revisiting From This Week
1. Fish-scale-patterned backsplash. Here’s a feature that’s popping up a lot lately: fish-scale-patterned backsplashes. The look is a big departure from subway tile, offering more movement and playfulness, but still has a certain elegance and a classic feel. See more of this home
Mitchell Parker added this to Interior Design Trends Expected to Take Hold in 2018
17. Fish-scale pattern backsplash. If you’ve grown bored of subway tile but still want something simple and classic, check out a scalloped or fish-scale pattern. The look offers more movement, and a bit more interest, than rectangular tile but is still versatile enough to work with almost any kitchen style.See more photos of fish-scale tile in design
Sarah Warwick added this to The Beautiful Wall Tiles You’ll Be Hankering After
Dwell on detail. The color of fish-scale tiles you choose also can make the look more or less evocative of oceans — and what lies within them. Go for black or deep navy, as shown in this smart kitchen, and the effect is definitely on the “less” side of the equation. Using small tiles like these makes a space feel highly decorated, and even if the tiles themselves are dark, a high-gloss surface will bounce light around to keep your room bright.

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annschmunk added this to Kitchen edited - interesting detail
If looking for contrast, this is nice.

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