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Looking to make your kitchen feel unique? Look to these spaces for inspiration for tile, style and more

February 19, 2016
Houzz Editorial Staff. Home design journalist writing about budget-conscious remodeling,…More
Sure, you can define a kitchen as a room where food is cooked, and which contains cabinets and appliances. But to create a space that really feels special, you need something more, a certain je ne sais quoi. In these three kitchens, special tile, vintage style and fun decor bring big personality to otherwise utilitarian spaces.
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Wood-shingled Craftsman Bungalow located on a 8,200 sq ft corner lot of a tree-lined cul-de-sac. Enter through a custom hand-carved Art Nouveau solid wood door into a single-story, open floor plan which allows sumptuous natural light and ample room for entertainment. This custom home is highly upgraded with many decadent finishes in wood, stone and glass. The welcoming rustic dining room flows seamlessly into a dreamy kitchen complete with White Opal marble countertops, Carrara marble herringbone backsplash, wood and glass custom cabinetry, a swoon-worthy apron farm sink, counter depth refrigerator, and an Italian range by Bertazzoni that deserves its own applause. Generous sized master suite is a serene retreat, reminiscent of a French chateau with its vaulted wood ceiling, elaborate chandelier and beautiful ceiling medallion. The master bathroom features Carrara marble shower and vanity. French doors open out to the fully fenced, enormous landscaped backyard freshly dressed in drought tolerant plantings. Brand new roof, doors, and Andersen windows throughout. New driveway and extended garage. Too many upgrades and features to list. It’s a must see to fully appreciate the craftsmanship and detail.

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