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A kitchen backsplash is one of the few surfaces in the kitchen where practicality can go out the door. While you don't want to get out of control and start plastering something like Cabin Kitchen Cabinets gold-leaf to your kitchen backsplash, this surface allows for more creativity since it doesn't face too much wear and tear. While we come across a variety of unique backsplashes on Houzz, the ombre look of this backsplash is something we'd never seen before. The apple-green tile in this kitchen almost looks like a color gradient. The look gives this San Francisco kitchen — designed by Amoroso Design — a youthful and fresh feel. It might look like this tile was gently dipped in bright green glaze, but the effect actually comes from the lighting. Fixtures placed at strategic points underneath cabinets and countertops makes the tile a bit more visually interesting, while still maintaining its classic look. Amoroso DesignGlazed in a brilliant peridot shade, Cabin Kitchen Cabinets Amoroso Designs used a simple subway tile from Walker Zanger's Studio Moderne line, designed by Michael Berman. "The look is a really cool result of the lighting," says Amoroso Designs founder Shelly Amoroso. "It evokes a mood, instead of flattening the look with a consistent light." Amoroso Design3The best part is, the effect changes from different points of view in the galley-style kitchen, and can be mixed up even more by turning certain lights on and certain lights off. From here, the eye is drawn towards the lighter shades of green towards the end of the kitchen. The previous kitchen in this 1920s Georgian house was cold. Not just chilly because of Cabin Kitchen Cabinets the expanse of tile on the countertops and floors, but downright drafty thanks to a poorly insulated addition on the back. While the layout worked adequately enough for this Atlanta family’s lifestyle, it wasn’t quite the entertainment hub the Manhattan transplants imagined. And its dated style didn’t fit with the more traditional style in the rest of the home. “This is a very formal and symmetrically balanced 1920s house,” explains designer Courtney Rogers of Renewal Design-Build. “The kitchen needed a certain amount of formality Cabin Kitchen Cabinets while also encouraging relaxation.” "Photography by Lee Grider Photography; photo styling by Shannon Gini AFTER: The renovation created a tighter envelope along the back, with added insulation and air sealing. Ducts were relocated to increase energy efficiency. After leveling the floors, the design team added new wide-plank red oak floors, which flow with the rest of the flooring in the house. “The desk area was hogging up valuable space that they wanted to use for entertaining,” Rogers says. The designer replaced it with more storage and a countertop. A longer farm table was made, Cabin Kitchen Cabinets lending a more relaxed feeling to the space. The table will serve the growing family well for meals and homework. Table: custom; light fixture: Contemporary Raleigh Old Silver Indoor/Outdoor Chandelier, Lamps Plus; chairs: Cadence Dining Chairs, ArhausRenewal Design-BuildFrom the first phase of planning, the couple envisioned watching SportsCenter with breakfast. The cabinet doors conceal a TV, in a spot previously occupied by an awkward broom closet. Here we see where the refrigerator and wall ovens were placed in the old layout, as well as the old opening to the pass-through and dining room (to the right of the appliance wall). Renewal Cabin Kitchen Cabinets Design-BuildThe designers were able to reuse the existing double wall oven and microwave, just moving them over a bit to incorporate more cabinets. The French doors on the far left lead to the den; the door to the left of the ovens leads to the central hallway; and the door on the far right leads to a new butler’s pantry and the dining room. Renewal Design-BuildRenewal Design-BuildAs big entertainers, the homeowners wanted a cocktail area that would greet guests as they entered the kitchen from the hallway or den. “They can come in Cabin Kitchen Cabinets here and grab a drink without having to weave through the main part of the kitchen,” Rogers says. The new opening into the butler’s pantry mimics the French doors across the room, including the transom.Renewal Design-BuildThe new butler’s pantry replaced an awkward pass-through and badly organized walk-in pantry. The style befits the home’s age, with walnut countertops, pewter hardware and steampunk-style lanterns adding patina to the space. Clever storage solutions include this deceptively deep Cabin Kitchen Cabinets drawer for pots and pans."