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Interiors Traditional Kitchen, Atlanta

© Jeff Herr Photography
Example of a classic kitchen design in Atlanta with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash — Houzz

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lpalagonia wrote:
What are the two types of backsplash tiles?
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The pictures framed tile is an Arabesque tile. Arabesque is a great Moroccan look. As of 2014 we added it in Carrara marble for just $16.95 a sheet in Honed and Polished, in both our Carrara Venato and Carrara Bianco Collections:

The other tile looks to be a 3x6" or a 2x4".
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Looking more like a Ceramic or Porcelain backsplash I would consider our Whisper White line of Arabesque available in flat Arabesque tiles for $9.97 a square foot or Beveled for $12.50 a square foot (I know incredible prices! So prices like are only valid thru June 2015).

Premium Whisper White Ceramic Arabesque Tile ($9.97 a Square Foot) Comes on a mesh mosaic for ease of installation.

Whisper White Beveled Arabesque $12.50 a Square Foot Ceramic Tile available online from The Builder Depot.

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mlaff1130 wrote:
can you tell me more about the hood details
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I LOVE this hood and would love some more information on it (like type of metal on the bottom)

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Ranselaar Landscape

tell me about the counter stool s

pdpbrown wrote:
Love the barstools. Where did you get them?
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Sorry - do not know - just photographed the space for the designer.
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I wanted to add something in case someone is thinking of buying the Marcello stool. I bought the counter stool. I don't love it. The bar where you rest your feet is too high, in my opinion. I would try sitting in stools that you like and measuring the space between the seat and where the foot rest is so you get just the right height. I wish I had done that. Just something to consider when evaluating whether you want to get this stool.

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June Poulin wrote:
Cabinet finish - We're the cabinets painted or lacquered?
Wendy Maas wrote:
Is the range hood custom made?
skinnycow1 wrote:
Where are the chairs from?
Jeanette Bendle wrote:
island dimension - island dimensions please
cmerend wrote:
Stair runner - Do you have details on the stair runner?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to What to Know Before Buying Bar Stools
How High Should a Bar Stool Be?“Bar stool” is an overarching term that refers to stools that come in three primary heights: counter height, bar height and spectator (sometimes called stadium).Counter stools, like these, are designed to be paired with a standard-height counter, which is 36 inches tall. So a counter stools’s seat height ranges from 24 to 26 inches.

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Maggie Capitano added this to Amanda's ideas
Amanda, check out the backsplash. Do you love it?

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