A Touch of Culture

Mon 06 2010

Traditional aspects of Japanese architecture  a rare, directed the selection of the Blue Bahia countertop and blue glass tile backsplash. Imported Japanese hardware, textured wallpaper, a wood-lined backsplash, shoji-soft lighting, distressed acacia wood flooring, and new beams appearing to bear signs of centuries of charcoal fire cooking all contribute to the design. The appliances are concealed behind custom panels to create the illusion of a kitchen suited to the home of an ancient samurai. Elina Katsioula

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