When the client purchased the home, there was a white subway tile backsplash and brown marble countertops that vibrated against the mustard yellow cabinets and made them appear stronger than they actually were. The client was ready to start from scratch, but the designer suggested just redoing the tile work. The backsplash was replaced with a tumbled Jerusalem cream limestone complete with custom mosaics above the range and a honed limestone countertop. The walls were repainted a soft cream to pick up on the limestone. This immediately made the cabinets read a soft yellow color instead of the strong mustard, saving the client tens of thousands of dollars.
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