Spanish Revival HouseMediterranean Kitchen, Sacramento

Kitchen with black cabinets, white marble countertops, and an island with a walnut butcher block countertop. This modern kitchen is completed with a white herringbone backsplash, farmhouse sink, cement tile island, and leather bar stools.

Tuscan galley medium tone wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen photo in Sacramento with a farmhouse sink, glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash, marble backsplash, an island, white countertops and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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Andi Ricks wrote:Feb 13, 2019
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    Colossus Mfg.

    Beth, I'm sorry but I've completely lost track of the paint we used on the uppers! The stone was a marble from a remnant slab.

  • Beth Robb

    Okay...thank you for getting back to me so quickly. :)

Beth Robb wrote:Nov 25, 2018
  • Ruth Bergstrom

    Is the herringbone backsplash a pure white, or marble? I can't tell from the photo.

    Or source?

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    Colossus Mfg.
    It is a mosaic herringbone carrera marble. We got it through Porcelanosa.
Courtney Rodgers wrote:Dec 15, 2018
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    Colossus Mfg.

    West elm. Highly recommend! They have held up well- our 5 yr. old and 3 yr. old boys have definitely put them to the test. :)

  • mjkjrobinson

    This is a very funky cool kitchen! I love it!

joy9sling wrote:May 21, 2019
Casey Petersen wrote:Apr 16, 2019
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    Colossus Mfg.

    Thanks! It is a herringbone mosaic that we got through porcelanosa.

sheila kidd wrote:Feb 1, 2019
tshofner wrote:Nov 24, 2018
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    Colossus Mfg.

    Just a little piece of .25"x1" trim along the edge, painted white on the face to match the grout, and black on the side to match the cabinet color. But if we'd done it again, I would have run the side panels of the cabinet 7/8" longer and recessed the tile so that there's no need for the trim piece.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Urban Casa added this to 8 Ways to Jazz Up a Neutral KitchenMar 12, 2019

ColossusPatterned tile isn’t just for backsplashes — you can add it to a floor or even the back of a kitchen island, as shown here. I recommend that you keep other textures and decorative shapes in the room to a minimum so they don’t compete with your patterned tile.In this kitchen, the high contrast between two neutrals — white on the upper cabinets and black on the lower cabinets, range hood and window frames — creates a tension that also helps make the room interesting. Read about three high-contrast kitchens

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Kitchen Island Stools and Pendants That Pair Up PerfectlyNov 26, 2018

If you already have a bold feature — like this cement tiled island — keep things simple and streamlined with leather stools and clear glass globes. Clear glass pendant lights are breezy and modern without adding any distracting elements to the room.Find clear glass kitchen island lighting in the Houzz Shop

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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garchitect added this to Kitchenyesterday

Chairs w/contrasting tile pattern

joanne_qualler
Joanne Qualler added this to backsplashyesterday

carrera marble backsplash, love this! in a subway tile pattern though

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Andy Whitten added this to Kitchen2 days ago

Wooden benchtop and leather barstools

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HU-966522930 added this to My ideas2 days ago

small white herringbone backsplash

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cmboydtx added this to Downsize4 days ago

TILE ON END OF BACKSPLASH; BARSTOOLS; ISLAND BAR CONFIGURATION

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