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Santa Monica Beach House, Evens Architects - Kitchen

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Kitchen - beach style kitchen idea in Los Angeles with glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, gray backsplash, subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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Cecile wrote:Mar 1, 2014
  • Cecile
    No I am going with a local tile maker (hand made in Seattle!). It's going to cost me a fortune but hopefully worth it :-)
  • Sam Dewick
    Hi Cecile Durand, if you're looking for 2x4 tiles, we have them at
debgreenbaum wrote:Aug 17, 2014
  • marloesq

    Please tell who makes this tile and the color?

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    Ann Blanco

    The Tile is Heath tile. I am not sure why color it is though. Go on their website and take a look!

verarellano wrote:Aug 18, 2014
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    Evens Architects
    I don't have a record of the make of the microwave, but it is a standard sized model. Sorry!
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    Joy Of Fabric
    what kind of wood is your island counter top? Is it hard to maintain?
lauramcnab wrote:Jan 17, 2014
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    Evens Architects
    Backsplash is a Heath Ceramics tile. I think it's Grey Whale...
  • lauramcnab
txtn wrote:Sep 15, 2013
Jinkyung Ko wrote:Aug 13, 2015
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    Evens Architects

    My recommendation is that you contact a good cabinet maker, who could help you design a wonderful kitchen island and install it for you. feel free to call me at my office if you'd like to discuss it.

housenut wrote:Apr 1, 2015
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    Evens Architects

    The butcher block counter in the kitchen is walnut, with an oiled finish.

kellythue wrote:Mar 6, 2015
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    Evens Architects

    I'm sorry Kelly, but I have no record of the hardware selection for the house. It was chosen by the interior designer, Alaina Homesley.

ggolebieg wrote:Jul 31, 2014
  • todddec
    These look like vintage mercury glass fixtures--I've been looking for some myself. You can occasionally find them restored on or on sites like eBay.
solarsmile wrote:May 23, 2014
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    Evens Architects
    I'm not certain that I remember correctly, but I believe it's a Viking hood. The stainless steel shroud above the hood, which encloses the exhaust duct, was a custom fabrication. The hood is about 30" above the top surface of the range.
Cecile wrote:Mar 5, 2014
Carrie wrote:Mar 2, 2014
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    Evens Architects
    I am sorry but I don't have a record of the color in my files, but it is an off white with a slight touch of grey
imweb01 wrote:Sep 18, 2013
kayhill wrote:Sep 18, 2013
  • osprey06
    Did you see below the "Ask a Question" bar that someone mentions these are Dark Grey Whale subway tiles from Heath Ceramics?
heidiott wrote:Sep 17, 2013
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    Evens Architects
    The back counters are covered in Pietra del Cardoso, a sandstone that looks like bluestone but is more durable and resistant to staining. The island is covered with walnut butcherblock.
sister51 wrote:Oct 31, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Becky Harris added this to How to Arrange Open Shelves in the KitchenJul 13, 2015

    Use open shelves across a window. A lot of folks would rather have the light from large expanses of windows in the kitchen, but they also need a lot of storage space. Running open shelves lets you have your cake and eat it too. Backsplash tile: Heath Ceramics

    Laura Gaskill added this to 8 Home Projects Perfect for Holiday DowntimeDec 20, 2013

    6. Clean the kitchen from top to bottom. Has marathon cookie baking left your kitchen looking a little worse for the wear? Give it some TLC before the new year. Clean out the pantry and fridge, set your oven to self-clean, wipe down the backsplash and walls, scrub the sink and counters and, last but not least, mop the floors.

    Fred Albert added this to Houzz Tour: Bridging Past and Present in a California CraftsmanSep 5, 2013

    The gray-blue color introduced in the dining room continues in the kitchen, in the form of Dark Grey Whale subway tile from Heath Ceramics. The counters are covered in Pietra del Cardoso, a sandstone that looks like bluestone but is more durable and resistant to staining. Shelves installed in front of the windows display the owners' ceramics collection and filter views of the neighboring home.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    juliekayfarrell added this to Chippewa6 days ago

    Natural light wood and aqua color

    ecolden added this to kitchen lookAug 7, 2019

    Dark Grey Whale subway tiles from Heath Ceramics

    mooredygert added this to kitchenAug 6, 2019

    cabinets taller than window line

    Tammy Parker added this to tkp624's FavoritesJul 14, 2019

    Gray tile with white darker tile than I have

    Sylvia Russianoff added this to webuser_65678540's ideasJul 8, 2019

    dont like grey counters and bluish gray tile

    Ali James added this to 869 :: Original InspirationJul 6, 2019

    Back splash, colors (I do not like the counters - too dark)

    dunger1224 added this to New England Beach HouseJul 3, 2019

    Pink depression glass in front of window

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