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Totally Tiled: 11 Kitchens with Unexpected Tile Details

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Totally Tiled: 11 Kitchens with Unexpected Tile Details

June 14, 2017

Beyond the tiled backsplash: 11 spaces with unexpected tile details (island bases, shelves, cabinet interiors, and more).

A Georgian house redone in Hampshire, UK, features a tiled surround for the Aga cooker. See Steal This Look: Minimalist English Kitchen.
Above: A Georgian house redone in Hampshire, UK, features a tiled surround for the Aga cooker. See Steal This Look: Minimalist English Kitchen.
A tiled larder at the Hotel Endsleigh in Devon, England.
Above: A tiled larder at the Hotel Endsleigh in Devon, England.
 Above L: In the loft of New York events planner Bronson van Wyck, Made LLC defined the cooking area with ceramic subway tile, vent hood included (for more, see our Steal This Look). Above R: A Netherlands kitchen with tiled island base and wall with a storage niche, via Muuto.
Above L: In the loft of New York events planner Bronson van Wyck, Made LLC defined the cooking area with ceramic subway tile, vent hood included (for more, see our Steal This Look). Above R: A Netherlands kitchen with tiled island base and wall with a storage niche, via Muuto.
Tiled open shelving in Maya Ivanir’s kitchen in Silver Lake, Los Angeles (a past winner of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards).
Above: Tiled open shelving in Maya Ivanir’s kitchen in Silver Lake, Los Angeles (a past winner of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards).
In a kitchen by London designer Jamie Blake, the cabinet interiors are tiled; see more at Steal This Look: The Endless Summer Kitchen.
Above: In a kitchen by London designer Jamie Blake, the cabinet interiors are tiled; see more at Steal This Look: The Endless Summer Kitchen.
A tiled pantry in an English country house on Light Locations.
Above: A tiled pantry in an English country house on Light Locations.
At Market Lane Coffee in Melbourne, a recessed tiled nook adds storage for kitchen necessities.
Above: At Market Lane Coffee in Melbourne, a recessed tiled nook adds storage for kitchen necessities.
In a kitchen in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, Elizabeth Roberts (a member of the Remodelista Architect & Designer Directory) tiled the range hood and inserted a tiled storage niche above a countertop.
Above: In a kitchen in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, Elizabeth Roberts (a member of the Remodelista Architect & Designer Directory) tiled the range hood and inserted a tiled storage niche above a countertop.
A tiled wall with inset shelving painted black from French designer Marianne Evennou.
Above: A tiled wall with inset shelving painted black from French designer Marianne Evennou.
Handcut tiles frame a display nook in Kitchen of the Week: Arjan Lodder Keukens Kitchen in the Netherlands.
Above: Handcut tiles frame a display nook in Kitchen of the Week: Arjan Lodder Keukens Kitchen in the Netherlands.
In a kitchen revamp by DISC Interiors, green tiling under the counter creates the illusion of floor-to-ceiling tile. See more in An LA Kitchen Goes Green.
Above: In a kitchen revamp by DISC Interiors, green tiling under the counter creates the illusion of floor-to-ceiling tile. See more in An LA Kitchen Goes Green.

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N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on February 19, 2016.

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