By removing walls and making structural changes, the refrigerator, cooktop/oven, and sink could finally be in the same room! A wet bar was installed near the existing sink location, which is now part of the breakfast nook/mudroom. The two original doors to the dining room were kept in place allowing for the circular flow and traditional symmetry. The custom backsplash tiles above the cooktop influenced the color scheme. Meanwhile, flat panel cabinets from Ikea and Granite countertops were installed throughout. Finally, a powder room was added off the breakfast nook / mudroom.
This home features a beautiful custom back splash above the range with tile from Clay Squared. Two of the tiles were hand-painted to the homeowner’s request and make this space truly theirs.
When you visit this home not only will you learn all about tile but you will also have the opportunity to win custom tile house numbers from Clay Squared. This is a great way to add a personal touch to the exterior of your home from a great local shop! Check out their website to see examples.