Bondi Heritage HouseTransitional Kitchen, Sydney

Photographer Justin Alexander 0414 365 243

Mid-sized transitional galley open plan kitchen in Sydney with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble benchtops, grey splashback, glass tile splashback, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood floors and with island. —  Houzz
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mastercharm wrote:1July,2017
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    Michael Bell Architects Pty Ltd
    3 years ago

    yes mastercharm, hand painted, always!

Joanna Ma wrote:11November,2014
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    Michael Bell Architects Pty Ltd
    5 years ago
    Joanna, The tiles are glass with a colour back coating 100mm high 200mm wide the shop that sold them are no longer in business. follow this link and you may get closer to finding a supplier. They give a very refined appearance don't they? All the best.
    "Ethereal" Large-Subway-Tile 3x6 Solid-Color · More Info

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Georgia Madden added this to Tile Guide: Choose the Right Styles for a Federation Home25 August 2019

Colour-wise, natural tones of brown, leaf green, rust, ochre and shades of grey dominated tile design in the Federation era. Tile layouts often featured three or four tonal shades of the one colour, creating a subtle sense of depth.Decorating 101: Know Your Tile Pattern

Joanna Tovia added this to Secrets of Success: Tile Cleaning3 March 2016

Glass tiles Glass tiles are gorgeous when they are sparkling clean, but can look dull and unappealing otherwise. The best way to remove things like soap scum and other residue is with a solution of equal parts of water and vinegar. Add the mixture to a spray bottle and apply to your tiles. Leave for approximately 10 minutes, then use a soft brush to clean the surface.WHAT TO AVOID: Hard brushes that can scratch the surface. With glass floor tiles, sweep every day to remove hard particles that may damage the tiles.Natural products to clean your house with

Anne Ellard Design added this to The Return of Tiled Kitchen Splashbacks21 November 2015

Glass tiles are available in a huge range of colours and, because of their luminous quality, they are a great way to bounce light around the room. They are naturally non-porous and stain-resistant and are an interesting alternative to conventional glass splashbacks. Look out for mirrored glass tiles for something unique and dramatic.

Emily Hutchinson added this to Get in the Mood With Fifty Shades of Grey3 February 2015

A similar grey splashback style works wonders in this fresh, white kitchen.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Courtney Milam added this to Kitchen4 days ago

Cookbook cabinet slots in island

Judy added this to Kitchen13 June 2020

Absolutely love the tiles and half frosted cabinetry

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