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Enclosed kitchen - mediterranean u-shaped enclosed kitchen idea in San Diego with white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash and white countertops

Rancho Santa Fe, CaliforniaMediterranean Kitchen, San Diego

Enclosed kitchen - mediterranean u-shaped enclosed kitchen idea in San Diego with white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash and white countertops —  Houzz
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Wayne Terrain wrote:Feb 18, 2013
lacasadekells wrote:Jan 20, 2013
  • tullysmum
    For all of you interested in this tile! I think I've found it - go to www.tabarkastudio.com, to their "Shapes" section in their Catalogue. Fourth down on the right, the Arabesco Large. Phew! They have it pictured in a tri-colour but the site says it's available in any colour.
  • quebodeaux
    Hello, Can you please tell me what the dimensions are on the top drawer in the island and dog feeding station? I would like to have the same built in my home. Thank you very much!
zoointeriors wrote:May 24, 2013
  • tullysmum
    Ahh... interesting. My investigations started with the designer of this bathroom, who told me to contact European Bath & Kitchen in Solana Beach. After a series of phone messages and emails (I'm in Australia and the timing was never right), one of their reps told me to look up Tabarka, who're in Arizona. That's where I found the Arabesco Large. Amazing the amount of product out there! Terrifying, really!
  • Cindi Clevenger Rutherford

    Thank you Tullysmum! It is so frustrating to find something you love on this site and the designer or person posting the photos does not respond...

The Distinctive Home by Laurie wrote:Feb 17, 2013
joey wrote:Feb 2, 2013
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  • jjudkins12
    Can you tell me the manufacturer and name of the light fixture?
Holly Berecz wrote:Mar 20, 2014
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  • Holly Berecz
    Thanks so much. Can you tell me any background information on the "pet area?" What was the reasoning behind the request? Do you receive a lot of requests for incorporating the family pet? I'd love to use a quote. If you'd rather, you can email me (and include your name for quoting purposes) at holly.berecz@me.com. Thanks again!
Mary Bruneau wrote:Jan 23, 2014
  • Nikki Emerson
    I really love this tile, what are the specifications, color, size, and manufacturer.
  • rachele_griego

    Where are the kitchen cabinets from?

Tracey Lombardo wrote:Apr 14, 2013
  • Tim Okenka
    Wondered the same
  • Paul Hitalenko
    I love my pets, but weirded out by the idea of animals roaming the kitchen. I don't love it.
cpercy1971 wrote:Feb 17, 2013
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              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              jsheer
              Julie Sheer added this to Kibble Time! Clever Cubbies and Drawers for Your Pet Food StationJan 20, 2018

              The bowls inset into this kitchen island designed by Intimate Living Interiors in a home in Rancho Santa Fe, California, are backed by colorful tile that matches the oven’s backsplash.

              seanart740
              Sean Lewis added this to 7 Ways to Bring Fresh Mediterranean Style to Your KitchenOct 15, 2017

              4. Choose black hardware in a contemporary shape. Wrought iron is a staple of Mediterranean design, traditionally seen in the form of curlicue brackets and railings. For a more current look, channel the look of wrought iron by using black hardware with a contemporary shape. Simple drawer pulls, shelf brackets, lights and faucets can add traditional character to your modern kitchen. Don’t be afraid to use distressed or weathered hardware, especially if your other materials are crisp and new. This kitchen pairs clean white cabinets with chunky black drawer pulls to create a bright, functional space. Colorful tile and warm wood floors add a dash of Mediterranean style.

              kareneglythompson
              Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Moor Tile, Please!Apr 15, 2014

              ArabesqueFigural representation of living things is not permitted in Islamic art forms, and the arabesque pattern arose as a stylized reference to flowers, vines and other foliage. The turquoise arabesque tile on this stove backsplash and in the pet-food niche adds a punch of color to this otherwise neutral kitchen. One thing to keep in mind if arabesque tile is installed at a corner is pattern repeat. Ideally, the tile should terminate at the midway point or at the edge of a tile, so the pattern continues seamlessly on the adjacent wall.

              amberhopman
              Amber Hopman added this to The 15 Most Popular Kitchen Storage Ideas on HouzzAug 2, 2013

              13. Pet bowls. Pets are such an important part of many people’s lives, and more than 84,000 Houzzers think these built-in dog bowls are a great kitchen feature. To keep your pet from tripping you up while you cook, you can also add a dog or cat bed to your kitchen.

              vanessa_brunner
              Vanessa Brunner added this to 10 Gorgeous Backsplash Alternatives to Subway TileApr 9, 2013

              1. Turquoise tile in Southern California. Small but subtle details make this kitchen stand out from the rest, and its bold, turquoise backsplash makes a statement. Clay arabesco tile lines the back of the stove and pet food area, creating flow in this stunning space. See more of this kitchen

              vanessa_brunner
              Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Turquoise Tile and a Dining Nook for 16Feb 7, 2013

              Turquoise arabesco tile is repeated in the backsplash and the custom island's built-in pet food area. The repeating color and pattern create symmetry and flow without taking away from the clean look of the custom white paint grade maple cabinetry and bleached oak floors.

              What Houzzers are commenting on:

              saltyberry
              Lou added this to kitchenMay 2, 2019

              Hidden spot for dog dish - Nothing else about this photo

              kennafrench
              kennafrench added this to Kitchen layout and designMay 1, 2019

              reminder: create a space for dog stuff

              kknowles160
              kknowles160 added this to kknowles160's ideasApr 23, 2019

              Love the tile, flooring. Love it all

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