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Example of a large trendy galley medium tone wood floor open concept kitchen design in Other with stainless steel appliances, a triple-bowl sink, glass-front cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, ceramic backsplash and an island —  Houzz
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javenti wrote:Oct 9, 2012
  • Jo
    It appears to be similar to our counter tops which are a ceramic tile measuring 24" x 36"
  • sgontch
    DO you like your tile counter top? Can you share pic and what tile did you use? We got so many opposite opinions about wood looking floor tile for counter? that we cannot decide.Thanks
2435 wrote:Jul 14, 2015
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    Calavera Carpenters, Inc

    A commercial faucet will do they are flexible, modern and they look really good and ofcourse they make them for residential use. they typically have them everwhere ,they will have a big spring running up neck of the faucet they dont look flexible but the are

  • 2435
    That's what I keep thinking I'll need to get. It's a bit industrial for my taste unfortunately. I prefer a sleeker finish - not the coil. Our backsplash tile already has a 3D wave to it - all white, but lots of movement. Do you know of a faucet that has a smooth finish or with the coil on the inside maybe?

    Thank you so much for your response! I've been struggling with this for months.
hsjarrett wrote:Jul 9, 2014
  • Troy Luckett
    The smaller faucet on the right is a tap specifically for filtered drinking water. They are available at a wide price range from the $20s for just the tap, to several hundred dollars depending on the filter system.
K InCanada wrote:Jun 26, 2014
    lickity split wrote:Apr 14, 2014
      kkelley1960 wrote:Aug 28, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Jennifer Ott Design added this to How to Configure Your Kitchen SinkJul 20, 2013

        When deciding on the number of sink bowls for your kitchen, weigh factors such as the number of cooks in your kitchen and how you prep for and clean up after meals. If you are a solo cook and primarily use your dishwasher for cleanup, then a single-bowl sink is probably your best bet. For those with busy kitchens who need extra bowls for prepping and washing, you may want to go with multiple sinks or a double- or triple-bowl sink. Tell us: Are you a fan of the single-, double- or triple-bowl sink? Share your thoughts in the Comments.More on Houzz8 Reasons Kitchen Renovations Go Over BudgetFind local kitchen designersShop for kitchen fixtures

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        jennijingles added this to Dream House KitchenMar 28, 2019

        White, natural wood and windows! Reminds me of the look of the house in Baie D'Urfe that we were weighing against Lakeshore Drive.

        jennijingles added this to CabinMar 28, 2019

        I like this ceiling - wondering if we could do this now in the upper cabin?

        bglaspy@comcast.net added this to bglaspy@comcast.net's ideasMar 27, 2019

        like the shelves with books on them

        mybirds added this to Wish ListMar 27, 2019

        Only kitchen with zero changes Perfect, could use only bigger single higher up drawers. No changes needed to be happy.

        britrohner added this to KitchenMar 27, 2019

        Interesting setup with stoves, cooktop

        matejcek added this to Wish ListMar 24, 2019

        I actually don’t like the brown counters in this picture.

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