Rational Kitchens From The Kitchen Store At Abbeydale Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire And Derbyshire
Many new and exciting design ideas come from this showroom on abbeydale road, sheffield.
The designers at the kitchen store love the new innovative ranges from rational. With the excellent software and lovely web site (from webdesign sheffield) the customers enjoy a fantastic experience. Eddie Grant and Rebecca Davis have many years experience in design, interior design and commercial interiors.
Many ranges are available from Rational Kitchens, 554 abbeydale road, sheffield, s7 1td.
These include Rationals Logic Kitchen, With its reduced use of form, the new logic range is the ideal choice for minimalist designs and modern architecture. The range dedicates itself convincingly to the glass theme and based entirely on the genuine effect of premium bookmatched veneers.
The concept of the emotion opens up the kitchen to the living space. With perfect ergonomics as the basis. Minimalist design geared to human movement with the eye-level as the demarcation line. Wall units with new proportions create extra space and together with the recess form a unified whole. A specially developed extractor hood is integral to the aesthetics. Special elements cleverly integrate various kitchen and living functions into the design - whether as a cupboard system, prep area or multi-media station. Stainless steel underframes, matching seating and a swivel table create a room environment that is spacious and lightweight.
The rational emotion is created and planned by being combined with other ranges - in particular the rational, verso, cambia, Quality ATMOS, cult, neos and logic ranges.
Frequently Asked Questions
We want to install glass tiles on our kitchen backsplash. Will heat from the cooktop crack or discolor it?
A tile store clerk told us to avoid glass tile for our backsplash. He said heat from the stove would change the color of the tile. Is this true?
don´t think so, this is recycled glass which is colored prior to getting molded, how could you get a color off glass it should be a chemical process (in the event it could even happen) and under a lot of heat (like from a specific oven) but not from the kitchen.
How far up from the counter do you put glass tile backsplash in the kitchen?
I am going to have a small kitchen in my new house. I am going to put glass tile backsplash above all counter space, which is on one side of the rectangular kitchen. I am not sure how far up I should put the backsplash from the counter to the cabinets. The backsplash is 12" x 12". I would like it to be decorative, but not overdone.
Should I just do 1 sheet all the way across of the 12" x 12" with the exception of the stove area so you can see the paint/wall, go all the way up to the cabinets, or do half a sheet?
Also, at the stove area, should I go all the way up to the vent?
I know it is probably a personal preference, but I would like some advice. I can't actually find any pics of 1/2 wall tiled, only full wall space on the net. The tile I am using is at the link below and I am using Palm Leaf SW 7735 colored paint from Sherwin Williams.
When I said the tile all the way across the counter area with the exception of the stove area, I just meant because it would probably go higher than the other areas due to it being the cooking area. But as stated, I was still unsure if I should put that all the way up to the range hood.
I'd go all the way up,it looks better i think.You dont want to break your tile in the center of any outlets either.Theres really no wrong way. Good Luck
Where to buy modern tiles for a Kitchen Backsplash?
I have been searching for a kitchen backsplash for awhile and I finally decided on this particular tile. It's a mosaic red, orange, and antique gold glass tile. I found this at lowes in a book. The book listed a interior designer, but I would like to know where she bought it! Please help! I have looked for all sorts of tiles and this one is perfect!
Here is a picture of it:
If I cannot find it, anybody know of a good store that I can buy modern artsy kitchen backsplashes?
Buy onyx mosaics , they are very beautiful click link below to see pictures . Qualityonyx have dealer in Florida-USA .
I'm in process of renovation my kitchen. So far I've chosen to go with dark-brown cabinets, stainless steel appliances.
I've chosen grey slate-natural stone tiles....(modern look).
As for countertop...I'd go with black granite. Any suggestions for the backsplash? Most of tiles stores are suggesting more nutrual colours (greys, beige)....How about adding some colour to my backsplash to give my kitchen bit of a punch?
I was thinking.....turquiose blue? Any suggestions please ?
Wow! Sounds like its going to be a great looking kitchen. I think the backsplash color should be a shade of blue, like the turquoise you were thinking.
need help with kitchen backsplash?
this is my countertop: http://images.search.yahoo.com/images/view?back=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.search.yahoo.com%2Fsearch%2Fimages%3Fp%3Dbrown%2Blaminate%2Bcountertops%26ei%3Dutf-8%26y%3DSearch%26fr%3Dyfp-t-501&w=200&h=200&imgurl=www.prestigekitchens.com%2Fimages%2FCountertops%2Fp285_small.jpg&rurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.prestigekitchens.com%2Fstockcolors.htm&size=11k&name=p285+small+jpg&p=brown+laminate+countertops&oid=f743ee600bd8da32&fr2=&no=6&tt=11&sigr=11f7sqjbs&sigi=11qf61acc&sigb=138cimahj
i like the backsplash like this http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10051&productId=100632883&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&PID=603315&cm_mmc=CJ-_-pricegrabber-_-D23X-_-100632883&URL=http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/BuildLinkToHomeDepot?linktype=product&id=100632883&cm_mmc=CJ-_-pricegrabber-_-D23X-_-100632883&cpncode=25-3670715-2&AID=10368321&cj=true&srccode=cii_5784816&locStoreNum=2221&marketID=147 but it is really expensive what are some tiles u think would go with this countertop i have looked at home depot i havnt got to go look anywhere else yet and some tiles jus looked to busy or to light i really like this style in tile........
You can easily incorporate those tile in the back splash by using a field tile of something else and use those as a stripe .Use anything from a natural 4x4 or 6x6 stone . Or use those tiles in a design in a focal point such as behind the stove and use a stone look or even just a basic white or bone tile in the field. This cuts down dramatically the costs..
Check out other glass tile made by American Olean, Ocean Side Glass, Interceramic carries some along with Florida Tile and Dal Tile.. Look at their web sites and use their store locator in your area to find other dealers an options.
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