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Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Philadelphia with raised-panel cabinets, stainless steel appliances, soapstone countertops and blue backsplash

Northern Liberties, Philadelphia: Eclectic Kitchen BacksplashTraditional Kitchen, Philadelphia

Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Philadelphia with raised-panel cabinets, stainless steel appliances, soapstone countertops and blue backsplash —  Houzz
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janeland wrote:Feb 26, 2011
  • PRO
    Granada Tile
    The tiles in the photos were made by Granada Tile. From top to bottom, they are Fez 928A (in stock), Serengeti 913A (in stock), and Nara 877A (custom). Contact us at info@granadatile.com. We look forward to working with you!
  • PRO
    Tap N Tile
    lovely, we love our cement tiles!
amyls64 wrote:Dec 12, 2012
  • Russell Janney
    I was wondering about the stove as well. Thanks!
  • Jennifer Laughlin
    You have been very generous with your responses. Thank you. Awesome kitchen!
khankamer wrote:Jan 22, 2012
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    Buckminster Green LLC
    Purchased from M. Teixeira Soapstone, www.soapstones.com. The color of the slab is called, "Julia."
  • claire
    many thanks for your help...Houzz is so amazing!
jnaranp7 wrote:Feb 24, 2013
  • edanna01
    Is this a 24' stove? it seems smaller than 30' and I like it can you tell me the size and model
  • PRO
    Buckminster Green LLC
    It is a 30" Bosch. Not sure of the model.
Liz Adinaro wrote:Jan 16, 2016
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    Buckminster Green LLC

    The room is 8'. The cabinets to the right are 12" deep and 5' tall.

  • Liz Adinaro

    Wow, that was quick! Wow, I thought the space was taller than 8. The design is perfect.

lblighx3 wrote:Apr 2, 2014
mothandrust wrote:Feb 13, 2017
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    Buckminster Green LLC

    Hi. I'm not sure exactly what sealer was used, but generally it is several coats. At least one before installing and then another after. Even with that we have had instances where spills were left on sealed floors and soaked in. If you look up cleaning tile with a poultice you might be able to pull out the stains.

elisha312 wrote:Feb 21, 2016
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    Buckminster Green LLC

    Cement tile needs to be sealed, but my experience is that on a floor, staining can still be an issue. This backsplash is 7 years old in a house with fairly heavy cooking and there is no visible staining from grease.

mideagirl wrote:Feb 10, 2016
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    Buckminster Green LLC

    Hi. It's about 30" from the counter to the bottom of the hood.

Caterina wrote:Dec 15, 2013
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    Buckminster Green LLC
    The countertop is soapstone. The cabinets are Ultracraft brand cabinets. Color is Stone with a Nickel Glaze.
Emily Olson-Torch wrote:Oct 20, 2013
  • PRO
    Buckminster Green LLC
    The brand is Faber. Not sure if they still make this model or not.
janua0115 wrote:Apr 23, 2013
  • PRO
    Buckminster Green LLC
    It is actually Paula Deen brand from Walmart. Not sure if it is still available.
teneovita wrote:Feb 20, 2013
epme wrote:May 17, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Ivon Street Studio added this to Sexy Color Touches for Neutral KitchensDec 16, 2012

This striking Cuban Heritage Design handmade cement tile backsplash is best shown off against an otherwise simple and neutral kitchen, where its personality can shine. The swing-arm wall sconces are a handsome and unexpected way to light a kitchen counter, too.

Samantha Schoech added this to Tile From Around the Globe Adds Out-of-This-World PanacheOct 29, 2012

Exuberantly patterned tile can be modern, too. These Cuban Heritage cement tiles are gorgeous in this otherwise unadorned kitchen.

Samantha Schoech added this to Get Floored by Creative Use of TileMar 12, 2012

This otherwise modern kitchen went the anti-subway-tile route with a colorful, full-wall cement tile backsplash.

Debbie Snider added this to 10 Great Picks for Eco-Friendly TileSep 2, 2011

10. Encaustic Cement Tile. These exquisitely designed tiles are handmade from marble dust, cement and natural pigments. They are cured, not fired in a kiln, saving energy. Each one is unique, adding to its Old World charm.

Lily Gahagan added this to Unique Takes on TileFeb 22, 2011

The process of making encaustic cement tiles, like these, has been around for hundreds of years, so it's no wonder that so many cultures have their own traditional styles and patterns. Pick a bold one for your kitchen and use the pattern's colors as a basis for the room's palette.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

kmcmorries added this to Questions/Ideas for Valentia remodelMay 18, 2019

counter cabinets with tile and wall lights :)

angeliquestrahan added this to Ranchita StyleApr 7, 2019

Haven’t priced these tiles, but this would be a beautiful statement and matches the Spanish style

Zhanna added this to ВдохновениеMar 13, 2019

Итальянские мотивы Почему бы не отделать свой фартук цементной плиткой со средиземноморскими мотивами. Традиционно для создания рисунка используется четыре плитки — смотрится такое произведение искусства по-настоящему самобытно.

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