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Kitchen - traditional kitchen idea in Vancouver with stainless steel appliances and marble backsplash

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Debbie Erickson wrote:Nov 18, 2013
  • swarena
    What size is the island? This is a beautiful kitchen
  • Diana Summers
    I saw a marble vanity in a bath that was scratched terribly! It's softer than granite. I'm using marble on the backsplash only. this IS a beautiful kitchen
Dotty Curran wrote:Oct 24, 2015
monsane wrote:Nov 15, 2014
  • mackayfamily

    Where did you get the counter stools?

  • Chantal Borowski

    what are these countertops? Gorgeous!

annettesilber wrote:Dec 16, 2011
  • evegas
    Are the cabinets spray painted or hand painted or factory finished?
  • krisfrank
    Are the counterops 3/4" thick?
anar30 wrote:Jun 14, 2015
  • rjgx

    Really? How helpful.

  • Jenny Cassady
    Can you look up the file?
stephie65 wrote:May 13, 2014
  • PRO
    We offer over 20 different sizes of Subway Tile. From the classic 3x6" Carrara Tile (as used in this installation) for $7.00SF: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cama3xsutipolished.html

    To the less common sizes of 4x8", 4x12", 6x12" and so on all available in Honed and Polished.
  • lbowbliss

    love the marble tile backsplash. I love marble but don't want to use it on our island or countertops because of upkeep. Leaning toward a quartz composite. Would you got with a "fake" marble on counters and real marble subway tile, or is it not recommended to mix? Other ideas? Thanks. Designing a white kitchen very similar to this one but island is larger. Thanks.

Linda Colbert wrote:Nov 19, 2013
  • PRO
    It is a very nice Carrara. Most Carrara that comes out of the Italian mountain is quite gray. This 3x6" was chosen to match that perfect island.

    We found that Carrara even from the same region has different styles. So we are the first company to split the product of Carrara marble into two styles. A whiter based less veined (like this in the picture) or a grayer based traditional Carrara.

    Just tying to help the readers. We sell a very similar product (pics attached) for $7.00SF: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cama3xsuti.html

    You can even see on the product page a customer doing a video of a similar installation.
  • jc15
    From China?
karjen04 wrote:Feb 9, 2013
nailam wrote:Nov 18, 2012
  • nailam
    Thank you. Actually what are the dimensions of the upper cabinets?
  • psurferw3
    what are the dimensions of this kitchen? does the fridge end to a hallway?
mclemens1 wrote:Jun 23, 2012
isabelle Perrier wrote:Jul 2, 2015
  • PRO
    SGDI - Sarah Gallop Design Inc.

    Sorry, file is in archive, so pulling the size of this space not easy.

  • akrebis

    Can you please tell me what this counter top is??

peachesjbc wrote:Jun 27, 2015
  • PRO
    SGDI - Sarah Gallop Design Inc.

    File is in archive, so not sure spec.

    We went with a darker grey so the tiles would stand out. if you go too light, you loose the brick pattern effect.

  • peachesjbc

    Thank you for your response! I chose this grout color. I'm hoping it would turn out great!

orientbay1322 wrote:Apr 28, 2015
Deborah Frank wrote:Apr 11, 2015
  • PRO
    SGDI - Sarah Gallop Design Inc.

    File is in archive, so cant say for certain. Although, I am sure i have mentioned it on this picture /project on houzz in the past, so you could check the comments, it may be there.

  • PRO

    The Backsplash is an Italian Bianco Carrara 3x6" Subway Tile. Prices vary significantly from the well known high end super pricey retailers at $14.95 a square foot to companies like ours with strict cost control and massive volumes allowing us to sell for $7.50 a Square Foot. Italian marble has a light gray base with darker gray veining.

    We also have another option our Carrara Venato 3x6" Subway Tile. Priced at $7.00 a square foot this product has a whiter base to that of the Bianco with fewer gray veins giving an overall less busy look (that is the strategy anyway - but it is natural stone, so strategy and what the mountain provides can be somewhat different).

    I would always recommend getting samples of the lot you are going to buy and then before any shipping from the most expensive retailer to any online company, get them to send you pictures of what is coming to you. So when you open the boxes what you get it what you expect. Many of the sample boards in the showrooms have been up there for over a decade, the lots have changed significantly since then, so get samples and pictures. Our subway Tile collection: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/subway-tile.html

    Carrara Bianco 3x6" Subway Tile Polished $7.50 a Square Foot.

    Carrara Venato 3x6" Subway Tile Polished $7.00 a Square Foot.

Pivot Strategies wrote:Jan 13, 2015
tampabell wrote:Sep 20, 2014
esegars wrote:Aug 6, 2014
  • bkdesign1
    Countertop???? Marble???
  • PRO
    SGDI - Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
    Sorry, file is in archive, cannot recall.
    Check the comments on this picture as may have been mentioned before
Gia Lee, dress up files wrote:Jul 14, 2014
mrhrattenbury wrote:Jun 10, 2014
Sarah wrote:Feb 3, 2014
monakotec wrote:Jul 10, 2013
  • Elena Leydon
    I would also like to know where the pendants are from.
  • PRO
    SGDI - Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
    The client purchased these lights, sorry, not sure.
lisacaperna wrote:May 22, 2013
mrslabrie wrote:Feb 3, 2013
  • PRO
    SGDI - Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
    This file is in archive now, sorry cannot recall
  • PRO
    ErthCOVERINGS has Italian marble stone similar to this backsplash. Designed by Giovanni Barbieri www.erthcoverings.com
ivylevi wrote:Aug 22, 2016
Susan Roehrich wrote:May 28, 2016
Staci Rahamin wrote:Apr 10, 2016
dwestcottage wrote:Apr 9, 2016
Sissy Brandon wrote:Mar 30, 2016
kwest0528 wrote:Feb 17, 2016
  • PRO
    SGDI - Sarah Gallop Design Inc.

    No complaints from our client.

    Although I have heard of the tiles behind the range at the lowest level browning a bit if the stove/range is used a lot. Some people get a metal plate across the back of the range (matching the range) to avoid this. But some don't like the look.

birchwood2014 wrote:Jun 30, 2015
Rich Brown wrote:Jun 29, 2015
maryloann wrote:Jun 29, 2015
karen j wrote:Apr 12, 2015
Koray illeez wrote:Apr 1, 2015
varselma wrote:Jan 7, 2015
jeannemaser wrote:Jul 24, 2014
jeannemaser wrote:Jul 24, 2014
go_raleigh wrote:Jun 27, 2014
jilliansvision wrote:May 4, 2014
divadog55 wrote:Apr 7, 2014
meghickey wrote:Apr 2, 2014
kenn4kenn wrote:Mar 31, 2014
daryll2 wrote:Mar 30, 2014
gortie wrote:Mar 30, 2014
Melanie Sugden wrote:Mar 30, 2014
Katie Jenson wrote:Nov 11, 2013
  • PRO
    SGDI - Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
    The grid is on the exterior of the glass. We unfortunately don't know the details of the window, the builder would have bought a supplier based on our drawings, so hard to say. I believe they were to crank open.
abbotthousedesigns wrote:Mar 11, 2013
hdegenstein wrote:Feb 5, 2013
anneshome wrote:Jan 27, 2013
Jean Robb wrote:Dec 30, 2012
sacho1 wrote:Sep 9, 2012
arab wrote:Sep 3, 2012
nlemmon wrote:Aug 7, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lisa Higgins added this to Dream Spaces: 12 Beautiful White KitchensMar 12, 2014

There are two kinds of marble in this Vancouver kitchen: 3- by 6-inch Cararra subway tiles on the backsplash (accented with gray grout) and a more pristine Statuario on the counters and that beautiful island. The cabinets are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Simply White.

Jennifer Ott Design added this to Countertop and Backsplash: Making the Perfect MatchNov 6, 2013

You can also use the same or similar countertop material for your backsplash but break it up by selecting a tile format for your backsplash rather than a slab. This can be a budget-friendlier option than purchasing extra slabs to create a backsplash.Work with a tile and countertop expert to make this happenShown: Get the look with a Carrara marble counter or, for a more durable option, check out Misty Carrera from Caesarstone; Carrara marble subway tile backsplash

What Houzzers are commenting on:

eviefenn added this to Somerset Kitchen3 days ago

What about light gray or white subway tiles? P: what color for the walls?

Anna Finley added this to Anna's kitchen4 days ago

White cabinets, marbled gray backsplash

Donna Peters added this to Peters Project 2019: Chelsea, OKMay 6, 2019

Fred does not white grout in the backsplash can we do something like this?

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