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Example of a classic kitchen design in Newark with open cabinets, an undermount sink, green cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash and stone tile backsplash

Old world elegance meets today's today's contemporary space requirementsTraditional Kitchen, Newark

This modern functioning kitchen has loads of counterspace and open shelving for cooks to have immediate access to plates when preparing a meal of to have a party. Natural white quartz and varying heights and depths of base cabinetry create the look of furniture rather than kitchen cabinetry. The countertops are durable and create the look of an old world look. Backsplash tiles are calacutta marble and extend to the ceiling behind the floating open shelves.

Example of a classic kitchen design in Newark with open cabinets, an undermount sink, green cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash and stone tile backsplash —  Houzz

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rowin05 wrote:Mar 14, 2011
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    Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
    The cabinetry was custom manufactured by a local millwork industry partner. I use this resource when designing kitchens for some of my clients. The design and materials selection was done by my firm and manufactured to spec.
designlovely wrote:Aug 7, 2011
  • designlovely
    Thanks! I really liked the look of these calacutta tile more than some others I've seen and I was wondering if the difference was due to the vendors perhaps. I like the mostly white background with some veining as opposed to some tiles that seem to be yellow or brown background color. Because it's a natural stone, there will be a lot of variation. I went to a local tile shop and they sell calacutta marble tile from many vendor, but they recommended Artistic stone tiles over some of their other brands. I was told that with Artistic stone I could specify first choice calacutta with light veining or normal veining. I was wondering what vendor was used for these tiles and what specifications if any were used when purchasing them, so that I might buy/get something similar. I've gone to Ann Sacks and they say that you cannot specify anything regarding the stone and they recommend buying extra in order to switch out the tiles that you do not like and also that you ask the tile setter to do a dry-set of the tile before grouting to ensure the look is right before grouting the tile. I can look into some of these other brands you've suggested. Do you know if there would be a difference in quality between these brands that you suggested?
  • designlovely
    correction: "Artistic Tile" not "Artistic Stone"
stefanie1215 wrote:Nov 6, 2011
aribeckham wrote:Nov 15, 2011
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    Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
    hi thanks for the question. I don't know the exact color as they are painted green and then glazed with a taupe finish. The layering process adds dimension as well as aging. The base color is more like a sage green but I cannot put a BM color to them. These cabinets were customizied from a base color. mw
  • vickib501
    LOVE this color!
ali28 wrote:Dec 2, 2011
  • cocohouzz
    what type and color is this countertop? IS it silestone yukon Blanco?
atfeld1mom wrote:Feb 13, 2012
cocohouzz wrote:Jul 29, 2012
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    Vikrant Sharma Homez
    Looks like synthetic stone or maybe its Corian a Solid surface by Dupont
  • alj62
    The description says natural white quartz with calacutta marble for backsplash. Very pretty.
teesa6126 wrote:Sep 22, 2012
How was the light rail achieved?

    skcalvert wrote:Nov 28, 2012
    Yes please, what is the counter top material? Thank you!

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      Faye Smith Interior Design
      Marlene, could you mean that the counter tops are made from quartzite (not quartz) because you say it's an all natural product? I've done some reading up about the differences between quartz and quartzite. Most often these days I find quartz refers to a product containing a % of quartz, artificially made by mixing quartz sand into a resin mix to make a synthetic or "cultured" or "engineered" stone product. Conversely, Quartzite is mostly referred to as the all natural product. Am I off base here?
    • poppyqueen
      Cinmar115 - You are correct. I'm not a geologist, but from what I have researched, quartz is a sand made of silicon dioxide crystals. When the quartz is pressurized by Mother Nature it forms quartz sandstone. When the quartz sandstone is subjected to eons of intense heat and pressure by Mother Nature, the quartz melts and fuses together and becomes a very hard stone called quartzite.
      The stone, quartzite is mined from the ground like granite and marble.
      Also, not all natural quartzite is pure quartz. The sand could very well have had other minerals mixed in during its thousands of years of formation.

      If a person wants the stone as nature produced, they would get quartzite. If they wanted a man made product that looks like quartzite, they would get quartz.
    myoldstonehouse wrote:Jan 13, 2013
    Stunning design. Is the backsplash subway tiles or something else? Color? Where purchased?

    • dreamhomeinwkz
      beautiful design - can you share the backsplash material & the size of the crown moulding? thank you!
    • Debra Murie-Duncan

      I hate that there are no response to questions

    beckylindemann wrote:Jan 19, 2013
      Watkins Services wrote:Jan 25, 2013
      The open shelving is great! Are the shelves 12 inches wide, or less? Thanks.

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        Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
        open shelves are 12" deep which is the standard depth for a top cabinet.
      • Valerie Stewart Kikel
        Would like to ask the skilled carpenter if you used a shelve molding around the 12" deep shelves? I am trying to replicate your beautiful corner shelving. Thanking you in advance.
      gratzee wrote:May 6, 2013
      Dephanie Jessie wrote:Jul 7, 2013
      • nananay84
        You DO understand that if a Houzz member has never seen this photo before...he/she would have NO idea that you had "answered this question so many times", right?
      • hnick
        You do know that People like us can just "scroll down to see the other questions, right?
      bvicare wrote:Aug 31, 2013
        dandd wrote:Feb 8, 2014
        Confused....are the countertops Quartzite or Quartz. So pretty !

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          Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
          countertops are genuine stone quartz, not man made, they are white natrual stone. They look amazing and have a beautiful shiny quartz crystal throughout but be aware, white never "seams" well. mw
        • allgranite
          This looks like quartz, not quartzite but it can sometimes be hard to tell from one picture.
        martivv wrote:May 24, 2015
        Please send me information about light fixture

          hayleyt665 wrote:Aug 6, 2015
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              gm1020 wrote:Feb 2, 2016
              Beautiful work.How is the base corner configured? Thank you

                gm1020 wrote:Apr 16, 2016
                Lovely. How much does sink base project to achieve the slight curve?

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