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Green, black and white subway tiles on this stunning kitchen wall

Green, black and white subway tiles on this stunning kitchen wall

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dandelion tiles green - Google Search

dandelion tiles green - Google Search

Kitchen backsplash option: Daltile Semi Gloss White Hexagon 4 in. x 4 in. Glazed Ceramic Wall Tile (3 sq. ft. / case)-010044HEXHD1P2 - The Home Depot ($14)

Kitchen backsplash option: Daltile Semi Gloss White Hexagon 4 in. x 4 in. Glazed Ceramic Wall Tile (3 sq. ft. / case)-010044HEXHD1P2 - The Home Depot ($14)

White and grey with a touch of yellow make a snappy modern statement. This collage of Walker Zanger tile features the many shapes in white we offer in our 6th Avenue, Studio Moderne, Tribeca, Jet Set and Tangent collections in  marble and ceramic tile. The background is our Statale Fumo wood look porcelain. Imagine the possibilities...

White and grey with a touch of yellow make a snappy modern statement. This collage of Walker Zanger tile features the many shapes in white we offer in our 6th Avenue, Studio Moderne, Tribeca, Jet Set and Tangent collections in marble and ceramic tile. The background is our Statale Fumo wood look porcelain. Imagine the possibilities...

DIY'ers Karen and John Nepacena knew they wanted to raise their growing family in a modern home. When it came time to move, prefabricated options seemed to be the best bet. They figured it would let them get exactly what they wanted from their new space. 'We first began to research pre-fab modern homes, but finding available land to purchase for a pre-fab or custom-build home was proving to be difficult (and costly),' Karen explains. Luckily, the couple stumbled upon a mid-century goldmine…

DIY'ers Karen and John Nepacena knew they wanted to raise their growing family in a modern home. When it came time to move, prefabricated options seemed to be the best bet. They figured it would let them get exactly what they wanted from their new space. 'We first began to research pre-fab modern homes, but finding available land to purchase for a pre-fab or custom-build home was proving to be difficult (and costly),' Karen explains. Luckily, the couple stumbled upon a mid-century goldmine…

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