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Aspects of Yellow Kitchens

Did you know that yellow is the most visible of all colors? That’s why it’s used for traffic signs, pavement markings and for low-vision computer keyboards. I knew it was the lightest hue but never connected that with being so easy to see. It’s also the color of the sun as well as many foods, […]

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gray and white striped marble bath with chevron floor

Gray and White Striped Marble

Classic stripes make a modern splash in the bath. As Shakespeare said, what’s in a name?  Referred to as Equator Marmara marble in this Paul Anater bath, the large format stone was laid in a checkerboard pattern on the floor, vertically on the tub surround and horizontally in the glass enclosed shower. Used as wainscoting […]

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breakfast nook in Diamond Baratta turquoise kitchen

Turquoise Harlequin Kitchen

Colorful tiles create a harlequin pattern when set on the diagonal Who said white cabinets have to be boring?  It’s the details that matter, and if anyone knows how to keep a kitchen from being bland it’s Diamond Baratta Design.  Their signature harlequin pattern is achieved on the range wall by turning four-inch custom-color tiles […]

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Mirrored Lattice Walls

Trellis is most-often seen outdoors and in sunrooms Admirers of French-style decorating probably know about trellis – a decorative wall treatment fashioned from intricately worked wood strips that are applied as panels, traditionally to formalize walled gardens. While diamonds and squares are the lattice shapes created by the criss-crossed strips, arches, circles and even more […]

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white panel-front farm sink with drip rail

Panel-Front Sink with Drip Rail

Essentially, a drip rail is a fancy piece of cover-up molding This panel-front farm sink — with its molded front and pronounced lip —is mounted under a marble counter with a sculpted ogee edge. Because the sink is so thick all around, it has a positive reveal with the marble pulled back slightly to expose […]

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