West Seattle Ranch RetreatTransitional Kitchen, Seattle
An all new kitchen freshens this water view home and better reflects the serene outdoor beauty without. Remodeled by Blue Sound Construction, Interior Design by KP Spaces, Design by Brian David Roberts, Photography by Miranda Estes.
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Natural stone: Materials such as marble, concrete and composite terrazzo look beautiful, but they tend to be costly and require sealing.Glass: Tiles made from glass are available in virtually every colour, but they are often very delicate and can scratch easily. Glass tiles tend to be expensive and require professional installation. If they’re going behind a gas stovetop, they will need to be specially toughened.Stainless steel: Mosaic tiles in stainless steel are a popular choice right now. But as stainless steel conducts heat well, these tiles do require careful installation – they need to be backed onto a fire-resistant board, and if you have a gas stovetop, there is a minimum 200-millimetre clearance.