Stone Look Tiles - Jewels Calacatta RealeContemporary Kitchen, Perth

Jewels Calacatta Reale - Available at Ceramo Tiles

A collection inspired by fine marble, the Jewels range replicates all the timeless elegance of natural stone and combines it with the technical advantages of porcelain.
Available in a wide range of designs and formats.

This is an example of a contemporary l-shaped kitchen in Perth with flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, solid surface benchtops, white splashback, porcelain splashback, a peninsula and a double-bowl sink. —  Houzz
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Lisa Vruwink wrote:17July,2017
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    Ceramo Tiles
    2 years ago

    Hi Lisa,

    Thank you for your enquiry, This is an image from our tile supplier so unfortunately we do not have the details for the shelves sorry.

    Thank you

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Georgia Madden added this to A Kitchen Designer Reveals: 3 Things I Wish My Clients Knew6 September 2017

If you’ve got your heart set on real marble or a marble look-a-like, but don’t have the budget, consider just using it in the highly visible areas, such as on the splashback or kitchen island facade, and sticking with a more affordable plain colour for your benchtops.If you’re specifying real marble, you may find it useful to know that Carrara marble is generally more cost-effective than Calacatta marble.

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Georgia Madden added this to Pro Panel: The 8 Biggest Kitchen Blunders19 July 2017

Solution: Slow downTake your time when planning and designing your kitchen, and be careful not to leave important decisions to the last minute. Select and order kitchen appliances well in advance and make sure your kitchen designer and manufacturer have all the details and dimensions prior to issuing the final drawings for construction.

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Anne Ellard Design added this to Disappearing Range Hoods: A New Kitchen Trend?16 June 2017

No range hoodDepending on where you live there will be different building regulations and guidelines that must be adhered to when designing a new kitchen. Some building codes will deem that it is not essential to have a range hood in the kitchen, as long as there is adequate ventilation. This isn’t a very popular choice, as most people prefer to have some means by which to quickly extract grease and odours from the air when cooking.

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Brooke Wilson added this to My ideas4 days ago

Splash back and coloured cabinets without handles

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