Healdsburg TransformationContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco

Trendy galley eat-in kitchen photo in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, blue backsplash, glass tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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lbouquard wrote:Jul 20, 2014
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    Amy A. Alper, Architect
    Tam 5628, The refrigerator is a GE.
  • tam5628
    GE!! Thanks so much! I will try to find it!
lisaamerica wrote:Aug 27, 2014
  • maureenengler

    Can you tell me what size they are?

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    Amy A. Alper, Architect

    18" under the sink and 15" to each side of the dishwasher. If possible I try to keep the same size for as long a run as possible, it just adds a nice even rhythm to the elevation.

jekyl1 wrote:Jun 29, 2014
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    M2 Innovative Concepts, Inc.

    We make a very similar product called Chiaro! Check it out on our website at Gridsurfaces

  • Robin Pust
    Arizona tile co also makes Naxos Islandia glass tiles that are 4x12 in several shades.
elcapitan638 wrote:Mar 17, 2014
liamiguanjoy wrote:Jun 10, 2014
longbeachbeaury wrote:Apr 17, 2014
margiemartinez1 wrote:Aug 9, 2017
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    Amy A. Alper, Architect

    Hi Margie, close but likely 3/32 to 1/8". Most tile installers push back at requests for 1/16" grout lines...not impossible but it adds a premium to the installation. If minimal grout lines are important to you, you might try to find a "tight" pattern within a mesh-backed product. Talk to your local tile store too.

coprzedek18 wrote:Sep 13, 2016
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    Amy A. Alper, Architect


    The Owner, a professional remodeler did the tile setting himself. My guess is the whitest grout available in the line he chose. I typically use Custom Snow White or Maipai Avalanche.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Matthew Ankeny added this to 13 Character-Filled Homes Between 1,000 and 1,500 Square FeetAug 19, 2014

The backsplash in the kitchen is right in the sight line of the entryway, so they wanted to make something artful; custom glass tile did the trick.

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Gaining Space and Options With a Flex RoomJan 10, 2014

A custom glass tile backsplash from Tilevera extends all the way up to the ceiling and creates a focal point in the kitchen. “It’s seen from the entryway, so we wanted to create something that looked more like art than just a kitchen backsplash,” Susan says. She coordinated some of the banquette’s pillows to complement the tile. Custom bamboo floating shelves provide room for glassware and LED lights, which highlight the glass tiles. The couple had about 70 percent of an Ikea kitchen in storage and used the pieces here, mixing in upgrades such as bamboo for the island panels. Alper finagled enough room between the cabinet and the wall for cookbook shelves. Brad did all of the tilework and millwork.Glass tile: custom, Tilevera; sink: FrankeUSA; faucet: KWC

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jojorittof added this to jojorittof's ideasApr 25, 2019


Deborah Dentler added this to KitchenApr 20, 2019

solid color glass tile with a row of contrasting tile

HU-858476828 added this to Kitchen BacksplashMar 26, 2019

Clean, larger tiles, no colored tiles

pannagan added this to Laurette and Alan's kitchen ideasMar 9, 2019

something really interesting about this. I think it's the soft aqua color that takes the high gloss white into a more tradtional vibe.. could marry the ultra contemporary white kitchen with the rest of the house with color on the walls? tile at range?

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