Shingle Style- KitchenVictorian Kitchen, Boston

The cabinet paint is standard Navajo White and the 3"x6" tile is Pratt & Larson C609 metallic glazed ceramic tile. Visit http://prattandlarson.com/colors/glazes/metallics/

Inspiration for a victorian kitchen remodel in Boston with recessed-panel cabinets, stainless steel appliances, white cabinets, metallic backsplash and subway tile backsplash —  Houzz
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Debra Couch wrote:Nov 15, 2011
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    Subway Tile Outlet
    You can show him our kitchen gallery and order a few samples to show him. One of our most popular installations in for kitchen back splashes. http://www.subwaytileoutlet.com/gallery/Kitchen-Backsplash-Tile-Pictures.html
  • Carmie Davis
    I made the mistake of taking the recommendation of a tile guy for my backsplash- went with the natural stone tiles and glass tile accents because this was the "newer" look over subway tiles. After having it installed (with design inset behind the stove top), I hated it, had it ripped out and replaced with subway tiles. They compliment my quartz counter top and have a much cleaner look, which I love.
lyndagallo wrote:Aug 4, 2012
  • sondra725
    How can I get a sample of the tile?
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    Pratt and Larson Ceramics

    This is Pratt & Larson C609 metallic glazed ceramic tile. Seen here in a 3x6 but available in many sizes and shapes. visit www.prattandlarson.com for more info

pocahontas89 wrote:Apr 25, 2012
  • ljsd
    Click on the link for the photo for the information: (But still couldn't find the tile)
    by LDa Architecture & Interiors
    Cambridge, MA, US 02142 · 263 photos
    Shingle Style Kitchen Detail
    http://www.lda-architects.com
    Hello! The cabinet paint is standard Navajo White and the 3"x6" glass tile is from Tile Showcase ( http://www.tileshowcase.com). I can't find the name, but the item number is PRA-PF36XX, Color C609.
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    Pratt and Larson Ceramics
    The 3x6 ceramic tile is from Pratt & Larson in a metallic PF36XX, Color C609glaze
cj323 wrote:Jan 29, 2011
  • Sandi Jaffe
    What are the sizes of the handles and knobs? How do you determine the size for the cabinet?
  • Denise DiBlasi

    I looked at their website and non of the metallic glazes on their site match this one this looks like an oyster mother of pearl van you tell me the name of it?

2mch2du wrote:Mar 15, 2013
codysoko wrote:Mar 2, 2012
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    Pratt and Larson Ceramics

    Nicole, I'm afraid you were misinformed. Metallic glazes are fired at a extremely high temperature so heat will not effect the tile. Let us know if you have any questions and I'm sorry about the information you received.


  • Patricia Josephine

    How can I obtain a sample? Local dealer doesnt have one. Id like to order the tile as soon as possible. Thanks

Ania Mikson wrote:Oct 26, 2011
  • sondra725
    How can I get a sample sent to me?
  • Patricia Josephine

    Pls how can we get a sample of this tile

queensrd wrote:May 9, 2015
dukester07 wrote:Jul 1, 2013
  • Patricia Josephine

    id like to know the info on backsplash as well pls

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    Whole Home Organizers

    It's on the Pratt & Larson website under metallic glazes #609 It looks very different on the P&L website so I can see why you're having a hard time finding it, but its there.

salfree wrote:Mar 15, 2013
lauriebubble wrote:Jun 6, 2013
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    Brenda Dixon
    Navajo white is a Benjamin Moore color
  • saraheaston

    It is also a Sherwin-Williams color.

kkarnofsky wrote:Dec 3, 2012
  • murrayml
    Same question. Do you know who makes this hood. Also, how far off from the cooktop is it ?
  • kitkat555
    I'd love to know also.
sumama wrote:Oct 21, 2011
  • usbad
    Has anyone had any luck in locating this backsplash tile? Please post any information you may have. The earlier website referenced doesn't look like it matches. Thank you...
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    Pratt and Larson Ceramics
    Hi there, please visit our website to find a dealer near you, we do have a few dealers in Western Canada and if you still need help feel free to call us. The product in this image looks to be glaze/color C609 on a subway tile in a 3x6 or 2x8. Let me know if you ave any other questions.
    www.prattandlarson.com 503.231.9464
twinkler wrote:Sep 7, 2011
  • Lily Gahagan
    Hi twinkler,

    The architect answered this question before. Here's what they said:

    "... the 3"x6" glass tile is from Tile Showcase ( http://www.tileshowcase.com). I can't find the name, but the item number is PRA-PF36XX, Color C609."

    Hope that helps!
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    Pratt and Larson Ceramics
    It is a ceramic 3x6 subway tile by Pratt & Larson PF36XX, Color C609
la12moon wrote:Sep 2, 2011
Lauren wrote:Nov 2, 2016
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    LDa Architecture & Interiors

    Hi there. The tile information is on the picture under "More Info"


    The cabinet paint is standard Navajo White and the 3"x6" glass tile is Pratt & Larson 3x6 subway tile in a metallic glaze C609.

Brit Wil wrote:Sep 11, 2016
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    LDa Architecture & Interiors

    Hello! The cabinet paint is standard Navajo White and the 3"x6" glass tile is Pratt & Larson 3x6 subway tile in a metallic glaze C609. It's all under the 'More Info' button.

Parr & Parr Enterprised wrote:Aug 29, 2016
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    LDa Architecture & Interiors

    Hello! The cabinet paint is standard Navajo White and the 3"x6" glass tile is Pratt & Larson 3x6 subway tile in a metallic glaze C609. It's all under the More Info button!

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buffmidgt wrote:Jan 24, 2013
groovymom3000 wrote:May 12, 2012
  • jabx2
    so pretty!! Love your backsplash. What type of tile is it?
Samantha Fazio wrote:May 2, 2012
  • sumama
    I would like to know the grout colour too.
    It doesn't look white of beige.

    Thanks!
blackchamois wrote:Feb 11, 2012
  • bepsf
    Installing the same tile throughout various spaces is unimaginative and boring.

    There are so many tiles out there - different glazes, textures & shapes, and far more sizes than 3x6. There are also unlimited ways to install tile - it doesn't all have to be a simple horizontal running bond.

    Have a look here to see what I mean - and try to imagine something more interesting for your own spaces.

    http://www.heathceramics.com/go/heath/tile/
DeDe Guthartz wrote:Aug 19, 2011
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    Based on the proportions of the cabinets, I'd guess 6-8 inches.
yanit wrote:May 24, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    Glass is heat resistant. It's the adhesive that's used to install the tile that needs to be able to tolerate the heat. We don't want a tile falling off into the sauce pot!
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                        mydesignchic
                        Kristy Woodson Harvey and Beth Woodson added this to The Draw of Bar PullsFeb 15, 2012

                        Choosing the right length is key. Too small and they get lost in the cabinet. Too large, you run the risk of hardware overload. We suggest marking the cabinet with a piece of painter's tape in the size you are considering and living with it for a few days. And, of course, do just a few cabinets or drawers first to make sure the size is right before committing to the entire room.

                        vanessa_brunner
                        Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The Top 20 Kitchens of 2011Dec 21, 2011

                        9. Iridescent backsplash tiles give this kitchen a little bit of glamour to this simple kitchen. A mix of modern and traditional finishes gives it a unique look people fell in love with.

                        lilygahagan
                        Lily Gahagan added this to A Little Sparkle, a Little ShineNov 4, 2011

                        I love plain white subway tiles, but this shimmering opalescent backsplash gives the familiar style so much more interest. It's like a pearl necklace for your kitchen!

                        erikaward
                        Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Mother of Pearl in DécorOct 17, 2011

                        This marvelous kitchen rivals the most elegant dining room. It's the iridescent glow of the backsplash that makes diners give this delight a double take.

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                        susan_ley
                        Susan Ley added this to Tile for Vero houseJul 7, 2019

                        Another "shiny" backsplash. Does this look cheap?

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