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East Side EdenTraditional Kitchen, Providence

Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Providence with beaded inset cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a single-bowl sink, white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash —  Houzz
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This photo has 44 questions
emilyarthur wrote:Feb 8, 2012
  • samdes
    Funny how this depicts stainless steel shelves in their list of storage ideas...but when asked who makes them, there is no reply!
  • artsyphartsy_home_maker

    Attention: To the person who posted these photos: Please let me know exactly what subway tiles these are, I still haven't seen that question answered from the original poster. Thanks

dianeralbert wrote:Mar 5, 2012
  • Kenzie Ford
    Jana what color backsplash grout did. U use
ritanilesmail wrote:Jan 4, 2013
  • sbranson
    Can you tell me the color of the grout?
  • rosey888
    I also would love to know where I can find the stainless steel shelves thanks you
Aileen wrote:Jun 23, 2013
  • heritagetile1
    Historically, the grout would be a medium grey because dyes were not used in the aggregate. However, today the grout color is a personal preference. Using a white or light grout creates a uniform appearance where the grout lines fade into the tile visually. A darker grout sets the tile off accentuating the grout line and defining the tile itself. In the picture immediately above, it looks as if the wall grout is white and the floor grout is grey. However, in the two other pictures it looks as if the grout is grey. Please see these great representations of our subway tile. We can be reached at 888-387-3280 or sales@heritagetile.com if you have any questions.
  • Ben Dattner
    Your sea foam green tiles are the best!
celeste murphey interiors wrote:Apr 15, 2012
chiaracat1 wrote:Aug 4, 2014
  • megrossleo3

    Thank you so much for your quick response. You just saved me a lot of money

bjluvs2ski wrote:Feb 25, 2015
  • kimberleyschucker

    Try looking at the Lancaster collection at tileBar.

  • bhfbabe
    I just installed this tile or something very similar. Although, the photo doesn't show the nuances of the handmade tile. I looked at two manufacturers. Nanda was the first but for the color I went with Horus Art. Love it! Just trying to decide on the grout.
rmp49 wrote:Nov 2, 2013
  • Carol Stark

    countertop color and type?

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    Maria Barnabe
    It looks like engineered porcelain, very easy to take care
lastidham wrote:Feb 28, 2013
  • lperna
    Yes, those are vintage MacKenzie-Childs dishes, bowls and mugs. Unfortunately the new owners have retired the featured patterns that are pictured here.
  • sallyndh
    Where are the stainless shelves from?
celeste murphey interiors wrote:Sep 21, 2012
  • kfehn
    Would love to know grout color please. it's beautiful!
celeste murphey interiors wrote:Sep 30, 2012
lauriebtown wrote:Apr 25, 2012
serenabeans wrote:Apr 6, 2012
  • getdig
    I have these same knobs and pulls, I got them at Dexter MO. at a small lumber store.
  • lauriebtown
    Check out Restoration Hardware online. They have pulls that look just like this as well as other similar styles. You can also can them in other finishes.
Julie MaGill wrote:Mar 18, 2012
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    Matthew MacCaul Turner
    That looks to be Carrara, a classic and durable stone. I can still stain, so be careful to clean spills quickly, especially acidic juices.
  • PRO
    Dunmore Design Build Inc
    Looks like a Calcutta or Calcutta extra. Nice veining.
alibrit63 wrote:Apr 11, 2015
  • PRO
    Wm. H. Fry Construction Company

    Question has been answered previously as Harrington Brass Victorian Kitchen Pull-Out Faucet - 20-212.

Shelly Gosz wrote:Sep 2, 2014
  • PRO
    Wm. H. Fry Construction Company

    Question has been answered previously as Harrington Brass Victorian Kitchen Pull-Out Faucet - 20-212.

ninageller wrote:Apr 8, 2013
  • beaubowman
    What is the countertop? Is it quartz?
suedavid wrote:Mar 2, 2013
  • doc eye
    Mackenzie childs
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                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                      Becky Harris added this to How to Organize Your Kitchen Cabinets, One at a TimeApr 19, 2018

                      How to Clean and Organize Your Kitchen CabinetsStart with something easy, like your everyday dishes. Follow these basic steps, which you can then apply to all your kitchen cabinets and drawers.1. Gather some tools. Have cleaning supplies and a box for donations ready. Gather bubble wrap or newspaper for wrapping up any breakables you’ll be donating. 2. Assess your cabinet. Check out the way everything is organized (or not) right now. Is it easy to grab the dishes you need? Do random items wind up stashed in here and get in the way? If so, vow to find a better home for them. Is it easy to put all your dishes away from the dishwasher? If not, you may want to move your dishes to a cabinet that’s within easy reach when you’re unloading.3. Clean. Take everything out of the cabinet. Scrub down the shelves with soap and water. If you’re a shelf liner person, rip the old paper out, then scrub the inside of the cabinet, then replace the liner. A wide range of cool patterns is available. 4. Edit. Determine what you use and what you don’t. Put everything you don’t need or love into the donations box. 5. Check your shelf heights. Assess the height of the shelves in your dish cabinet and how they affect how you can organize things. Are you storing tall items too high because that’s the only shelf that will accommodate their height? Find an arrangement that’s easy for you to use and maintain, then adjust your shelves accordingly.

                      Mary Jo Bowling added this to How to Choose the Right Kitchen SinkMay 2, 2014

                      3. Granite composite sinks.Pros: Made of granite particles and polymers, this material resists scratches and chips. It does not show water spots.Cons: Lighter-colored granite composite sinks can stain, and some special maintenance is required.“We are installing a lot of granite composite sinks in Dallas,” says Flatley. “Many people here have hard water, and this doesn’t show spots the way stainless steel does.”More about granite composite sinks

                      What Houzzers are commenting on:

                      dandjkeel added this to KitchenJun 15, 2019

                      sink- is "counter-sunk" under counter rim

                      Lisa Copeland Lucier added this to Bathroom ideas, new homeJun 12, 2019

                      like subway tile, marble or marble look

                      Jessica B added this to House remodelJun 11, 2019

                      Granite composite sink doesn’t show hard water like stainless steel. Is this what we have?

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