It's no secret that we LOVE subway tile here at ABM. It's fresh, inexpensive and classic. In the past I have stuck with a traditional offset pattern for all of my subway tile. But recently, as I've been renovating my new home, I've gone a different route
I love this Kitchen concept - colourful (Talavera tile) splashback, classic cabinetry, wooden work surfaces, and a glass+steel window screen to separate the kitchen from other parts of the open plan living areas.
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