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  • Kelly Sullivan

    I'm really liking this look - white cabinets, black counter-top and grey subway tile back splash.

  • Katie Hambleton

    White cabinets, black tops, wood floors, and grey tiles.

  • Patricia Faw

    Grey subway tile white cabinets and dark granite, I love this. Use the light gray tiles on floor!!!!

  • Sayema Saifullah

    kitchen backsplash, black countertop, white cupboards. yes.

  • Shannon Conness

    black countertops, white cabinets, gray subway tiles

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