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Inspiration for an eclectic kitchen remodel in Denver with subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, open cabinets, distressed cabinets and white backsplash

Eclectic Industrial Chef's Kitchen

Eclectic Kitchen, Denver

Full kitchen remodel in a 1940's tudor to an industrial commercial style eat-in kitchen with custom designed and built breakfast nook. Cuban tile mosaic built in corner. Honed granite countertops. Subway tile walls. Built-in Pantry. Distressed cabinets. Photo by www.zornphoto.com
Inspiration for an eclectic kitchen remodel in Denver with subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, open cabinets, distressed cabinets and white backsplash - Houzz
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mhlcg wrote:November 23, 2012
  • meridor
    7 years ago
    How difficult is it to install cement tiles on a wall: they're thicker and heavier than porcelain.
  • PRO
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    7 years ago
    Really not more difficult then normal tile. Just be sure to have a solid tile backer and surface to tile off of.
What Houzz contributors are saying
Becky Harris added this to Having a Design Moment: The KitchenJune 18, 2015

The breakfast nook is tucked in a corner, making it playful and surprising rather than overwhelming.

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bblangger added this to Kitchen - StorageFebruary 26, 2021

Open shelving