White Kitchen with Bianco Antico Granite, Beveled Arabesque tile contemporary-kitchen
Save13KAsk a Question9Print

White Kitchen with Bianco Antico Granite, Beveled Arabesque tile Contemporary Kitchen, Philadelphia

**Please Note--If you click on the tags in this photo you will NOT be taken to the actual vendor of this tile. The tile is exclusive to Mission Stone & Tile in Nashville. Same applies to ALL tags.
This was a fun kitchen project. The cabinets are the original dark, builder grade oak cabinets. We painted them with Benjamin Moore Cloud White, and added the crown & light rail trim. The Bianco Antico granite was installed professionally.

The backsplash is by Mission Stone and Tile. It is the perfect thing to complete this kitchen. The range is by Capital. The pot filler is byDanze.

This kitchen was featured in Better Homes and Gardens' Special Interest Publication: Real Life Kitchens & Baths Summer 2012
Inspiration for a contemporary kitchen remodel in Philadelphia — Houzz

This photo has 9 questions

Soci, Inc. wrote:
We're offering a tile similiar to this in our 2014 catalog! - Check us out! www.sociinc.com
1 Like    6 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
Nancy Neve

We are looking for this tile in Toronto Canada. We've contacted Mission Tile but it costs $100 to ship 1sqft and that's too much. Is there anyone who has this tile in Toronto?

1 Like Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
The Builder Depot

It is a pretty product. We are out of stock at this time. Please send us an email via our website (and on the product page their is a Canadian flag for over the border customers) and we can add you to the list of customers to contact once the product arrives.

Thank you

The Builder Depot.

1 Like Save    
Stephanie Gehring wrote:
Where did you get this backsplash tile? Please forward name and cost... Love it!
    6 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
The Builder Depot

It is sold by a lot of companies, so I would do some research. Order samples compare side-by-side. When you have a high demand product somewhat limited supply which will change over time then you get prices all over the board. In reality there will be little difference from one to the next from a manufacturing perspective.

The only point we can make is just be sure they have done a nice job on the actual bevel, I have seen a few samples where the molds are clearly more rounded on the edge. This is splitting hairs as it is still very nice, but we like a defined bevel.

This single piece from our collection I think makes the point. You can see the edges on the bevel are clearly defined. That is the only real difference we can spot in the market place available online for $12.50 a Square Foot and Free Shipping (just thru 2015 and only if it is in stock, we cannot take backorders, so builders cannot backorder 2,000SF, we are just offering a short term promotion and limited supply). It is still an exciting price on a product that is incredible looking.

Beveled Whisper White Arabesque Gloss Tile available for $12.50 a Square Foot you receive either of them for the $12.50 price. I know you are probably used to $40 or $50SF, and yes this is low and yes the price will go up next year.

Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
The Builder Depot

Here is a few pictures of Beveled Whisper White Arabesque that a customer sent in. I know there are still some really high prices out there and that is understandable it just depends on where in the USA you are located, how much fixed cost you have and so on, all these costs can go be paid one way and that is through the cost of the product. We try and minimize all our internal costs, so the consumer gets the best possible deal. Not really that complex or magical. We in fact created a video about it to show people how we can offer such low prices as it was the #1 most asked question of 2015. Here is the video.

Now for the pictures, we have in stock over two million square feet. Just in Arabesque over 30 different pieces and matching trims.

Beveled Whisper White Arabesque Tile $10.95/SF & Free Shipment for 2016 available in Gloss and Honed.

Still few finishing touches needed but looking incredible.

And here is another one and they go on, lots of pictures of this Arabesque installed, it does look good. Another option to the classic 3x6" Ceramic Backsplash.

Save    
Randi B wrote:
Was installation of the backsplash difficult? Is it on a mesh back or each individual tile?
    4 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Karen Viscito Interiors
Here's a pre-grout photo. Hope this helps.
Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
Sam Dewick
This kind of tile is so beautiful and elegant. We also carry tiles like these if you are interested
Save    
jodyb wrote:
How did you install the pot filler? Was it difficult?
    4 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Karen Viscito Interiors
It is a Danze pot filler, not sure if this one is still available.
Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Designing Willamette Kitchen & Baths
Hi! Check out this web page all about Pot Fillers! There are many things to know about install and choosing the correct model for you... They are not all the same.

Go to DesigningRichmondHome.com or follow the link if it works!

http://www.designingrichmondhome.com/designing%20with%20pot%20fillers.htm
Save    
Donna Jones wrote:
Where do I find these tiles in Australia? - Other than Old World Tiles who are a tad exxy at $500 per square meter. Please help me. Thanks in advance.
    2 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Karen Viscito Interiors
I suggest you contact Mission Stone & Tile here in the States and ask if they either will sell them to you or if they have a distributor in Australia. The tiles from Old World would give you the look, but they do not appear to be beveled and that is what makes these tiles different from flat ones. Good Luck!
Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Sage Outdoor Designs

Cepac has an arabesque tile like this. They only come in a few colors but I know they have both a matte and a glossy white.

Save    
bettywheeler wrote:
What is appropriate height to install pot filler faucet?
    2 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Karen Viscito Interiors
I'd suggest you decide the faucet's location based on the height of your tallest pot.
1 Like Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Charmean Neithart Interiors
Great advice, usually 20-24". Also, I prefer them off to one side. If you choose a side mount you can still do a tile vignette over the burners.
1 Like Save    
Lora Holly wrote:
What brand and model pot filler is shown?
    1 Comment
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Karen Viscito Interiors

The pot filler is by Danze. Not sure if they are still making this model.

Save    
terahmjava wrote:
What counter top did you use and where did you get it?! - I love the slight contrast!
    1 Comment
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Karen Viscito Interiors
The counter is bianco antico, it is a granite. Stone Masters in Kennett Square was the fabricator.
Save    
nisnasa wrote:
I have pressed "add to ideabook" but photo is not there. when I repeat they say photo is already there. Please help
    Comment

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lily Gahagan added this to Crisp, Fresh: Go for Green Apples
Royal blue and bright white feel so refreshing with green — like a Wint-O-Green mint.
Becky Harris added this to Houzzers Say: Top Dream Kitchen Must-Haves
Pot fillerThis handy faucet means no more having to schlep a heavy pasta pot full of water from the sink to the stovetop.Install a pot filler for even more functional kitchen
Rachel Grace added this to Renovation Detail: Arabesque Tile
Beveled arabesque tiles by Mosaic Tile Stone literally add dimension to your space: The bevel creates a smart, modern zing.
Laura Gaskill added this to How to Choose a Home Water Filtering System
How the most common methods work: Carbon filter: Activated carbon is found in pour-through water filtration pitchers and in many undersink filtration systems. Carbon filters work by trapping contaminants in the pores of the positively charged, highly absorbent filter.Reverse osmosis: A reverse osmosis system reverses the natural flow of water, passing the water through a semipermeable membrane. Be aware that this method does waste water.Distillation: Distillers heat water to the boiling point, then collect the steam as it condenses, leaving contaminants behind. Some contaminants that can convert to gas form will still remain in the water after distillation — you can combine a distiller with a carbon filter for better results.
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Moor Tile, Please!
Likewise, this beveled high-gloss white ceramic arabesque tile is a more interesting choice than a standard go-to subway tile.
Barbra Bright Design added this to Details That Count: Tips for Range Hoods, Appliances and Lighting
Pot filler with a spout taller than the water source8. Pot fillers. My old pot filler rule was this: If I put it in, you must promise to use it. But at what height should it be placed? I recommend measuring your tallest pot and then adding an inch or two. And before your contractor plumbs the waterline, be sure to have the pot filler on-site.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

vshetty13 added this to pot filler/backsplash
I like the tile for the backsplash behind the range

Browse over 18 million home design photos on Houzz