Herringbone tile installationTransitional Kitchen, Charleston

2 X 8 subway style tile in a herringbone pattern for the backsplash is elegant!
Photo by Kim Graham

Example of a transitional kitchen design in Charleston —  Houzz
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maggienc wrote:Aug 25, 2019

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stephaniegranada
Stephanie Granada added this to Kitchen of the Week: Fewer Walls and More Space for Family TimeMay 22, 2017

Pro tip: Quartz countertops resemble some of the qualities of marble but are easier to maintain. They chose a white surface with subtle veining, which keeps the surfaces from looking cold or sterile.

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furrytoes added this to kitchen -- miscellaneyFeb 7, 2018

Pro tip: Quartz countertops resemble some of the qualities of marble but are easier to maintain. They chose a white surface with subtle veining, which keeps the surfaces from looking cold or sterile.

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