GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence

The kitchen is highlighted by a blue glass back splash.

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HU-990231199 added this to Kitchen Backsplashes2 days ago

Glass tiles took off in the first decade of this century. Now glass sheets are gaining ground, says designer Julie Cavanaugh of Design Matters in Los Gatos, California. When the glass is back-painted, you have an unlimited number of colors from which to choose — and a surface that’s supremely easy to clean. For the California kitchen shown here, Griffin Enright Architects used Starphire glass, which doesn’t have the green tint normally present in glass, so the color reproduction is much truer.

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stuart ross added this to stuart's ideas7 Jun 2019

This is called 'backpainted glass' and can come in lots of difference colours

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Joanne Ballantyne added this to Selects3 Jun 2019

Like seamless backsplash no grout, but prefer different colour.

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robin_burson added this to Kitchen14 May 2019

Looks like one full sheet of stone

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