Los Gatos TownhouseModern Kitchen, San Francisco

Eat-in kitchen - modern l-shaped eat-in kitchen idea in San Francisco with stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets and green backsplash —  Houzz
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Trisha Gross wrote:Dec 2, 2012
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    Heath Ceramics
    Hi destenvise-- Some of our glazes have higher rates of variation than others, and Olive Gloss ranks pretty high. That said, this installation does not necessarily reflect the standard amount of variation you would find in a glaze with this rating. I suggest you contact one of our Tile Specialists to get a better idea of what you're looking for. You can find all their contact information here: http://www.heathceramics.com/home/pages/tile-build/designing-with-heath-tile/tile-inquiries. Thank you! - Donna
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    Suzette Sherman Design

    These tiles are an olive color. Yes the lights make them look brighter. The paint was perfectly matched to the tiles. If you look at the top of the tiles it is obvious the lights are hitting the tiles and making the tiles appear brighter. But look down at the corners and edges and that is the truer color. Designer's select grayed out colors. Using bright color is a carefully study or it looks garish. It has to be done correctly. Heath Ceramic has beautiful classy colors - nothing close to garish in their line! The beauty is in the fact that they are each fired and have lovely subtle variations.

elijohn wrote:Feb 11, 2013
  • pgknyc
    Update. The aqua backsplash worked out beautifully.
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    Yunfu HuanJian Stone Ltd.
    The green kitchen looks great
Sherry Chin wrote:Mar 31, 2015
Lori Croft wrote:Sep 29, 2014
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    CityLiving Banquettes & Booths
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    Suzette Sherman Design

    Seems out of place to be advertising on this thread.

tinaarevalo wrote:Jan 19, 2014
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    Suzette Sherman Design
    These are the Wishbone chairs from Room and Board. I don't think they carry them anymore. They only had them in a few finishes and these chairs come in quite a few wonderful colors only available through designer sourcing.
  • michag91
    These chairs are from Carl Hansen and Son. It's called the Wishbone Chair
linae wrote:Sep 15, 2017
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    Suzette Sherman Design

    Yes it is a Benjamin Moore color. One of my favorite colors. It is abingdon putty HC-99. It is a historic color but is not too dark for the walls. I always suggest flat paint or eggshell. You can touch it up once a year and no one will ever see the touch ups for years to come.

Juyaya wrote:Jul 26, 2013
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    Suzette Sherman Design
    Just enough for the back lumbar about 7" to 10" high from the seat cushion.
Alyssa Hill wrote:Jan 19, 2013
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    Suzette Sherman Design
    Yes more than one user asked this question so please look at my thread for the answer. The client loved it so enjoy!

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Mitchell Parker added this to 28 Design Ideas Coming to Homes Near You in 2017Dec 9, 2016

6. Greenery. Pantone’s verdant color of the year for 2017, Greenery, seems to be an instant hit for those looking for a revitalizing, back-to-nature hue that brings zest while still managing to work with warm wood tones. See more of this color of the year

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Jennifer Ott Design added this to Meet Greenery, Pantone’s 2017 Color of the YearDec 8, 2016

This vegetal hue also makes a terrific addition to a kitchen or dining room. The generous dose of green throughout this space injects such vibrance and personality.

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Jennifer Ott Design added this to Kitchen Color: 15 Fabulous Green BacksplashesNov 20, 2013

If you go with a bold green backsplash tile, try picking up the hue in small bits around the room for color balance and cohesiveness. You can take your chosen backsplash tile to your paint retailer and have the color matched, or you can even have a paint color formulated for you that’s a few notches lighter or darker than the tile, should you want to break things up a bit.Backsplash: Field tile in Green Apple Gloss from Heath Ceramics

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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David Nguyen added this to Kitchens 19Sep 9, 2019

I like the different green shade colors of the kitchen tile wall

hari_vasudevan
Hari Vasudevan added this to Kitchens 19Sep 9, 2019

I love how the tile is green because it shows diversity in the kitchen.

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Collin Woods added this to Kitchen 19Sep 9, 2019

I like the green tile on the wall and the floor.

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German Arias added this to Ideas de german_arias37Sep 1, 2019

Utilización del espacio y otra paleta de colores

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