Learn how one homeowner and a creative friend transformed this kitchen with money to spare.
Photographs Laurey W. Glenn / Styling Lisa Powell and Missie Neville Crawford
Jennifer and Diane chose copper countertops for the kitchen. "These achieved the Tuscan/European feel we were looking for," says Jennifer. The rustic appearance of the copper adds to its personality and character.
Because they were so expensive, the tumbled marble tiles Jennifer and Diane first selected for the backsplash were out of the running. Instead, they achieved the same effect by using ceramic tiles that resemble stone.