If I could do just one thing to our kitchen, I would add a turquoise backsplash. (Close second: one of those turquoise Kohler sinks!) This stunner of a space was designed by Noelle Parks, a Manhattan Beach, CA interior designer. The backsplash adds so much drama to the room, I love it! The watery color of the tile is just perfect, it has so much dimension to it! And the fab pattern behind the range is the perfect finishing touch! To see more photos of the home, head over here!
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Do you know the name of the tile perchance? Thanks!!
manuela carvalho says
The photos are beautiful! Hugs, manuela
Katie Moore says
Wow, that custom backsplash tile work behind the range is stunning! The colors are so vivid!
Looks stunning. Sharp and clean.
How would I find out where to get this beautiful backsplash???
I had a look at the turquoise Kohler sink – wow! What a change from white.
I love this designer! Her work consistently portrays a solid marriage to not only her detailed understanding of the microcosm of interior spaces but, too, of the role that creation plays in the larger sense. With the thoughtful use of these turquoise elements, there lays no seam between what is outside and what is in.
Barbie Dycus says
Except for the dark blue painted island, I love the rest of the kitchen. I would have opted to paint it turquoise.
Where can I find that white farmhouse sink???
hi, the countertop is in glazed Etna Lava stone – for more info, visit our website http://www.madeamano.it 🙂
Do you know the name of the tile.. color? It looks like lunada bay tile but which one?
why post something but don't answer people's questions. Where can you purchase the back splash tile??
The backsplash tile is peacock topaz, available at Ann Sacks and Urban Archeology. New Ravenna is the manufacturer for both companies.