The magnitude of this kitchen called for a floor that was equally as dramatic as the room itself. The Belgian blue stone on the floor is a thick tile with a wavy edge that makes each piece look bigger than it is. The soft black color of the tile grounds the space, allowing all of the other colors, such as the green cabinetry and copper countertops, come to life.
The backsplash combines dimensional and flat handmade, hand-glazed ceramic tile to create a woven effect.
The glazes from the backsplash alternate from matte to shiny, and include colors from the floor and copper countertops, to unite all areas of the kitchen.
The floor is a four-piece pattern consisting of Belgian blue stone in 8” x 8”, 8” x 16”, 16” x 16” and 16” x 24” pieces with a satin finish. This floor carries into several other rooms on this floor.