71 www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM Custom concrete countertops intro-duce natural textures and coastal Relements with sand and seashell fossils. ROBERT BARKER was particu-larly inspired by the vibrant tiles and sourced them for his beach home. The kitchen backsplash and master bathroom reveal the exclu-sive multi-colored tiles in cobalt blue, turquoise and orange. The textured tiles shimmer with irides-cent and opalescent reflections. “We tried to use tiles in areas that got sunlight. The kitchen gets so much light coming in from the win-dows. It looks like crushed glass with organic texture. They have a beauti-ful quality when the sunlight catches it and it shimmers,” Robert says. Jennifer’s favorite space is the kitchen. The open facing island- done in teal — pulls from the backsplash tiles and the shape is mirrored in the soffit above. High gloss white upper cabinets were also used to reflect light, while the lower cabinets are done in a wood tone that shows grain and cre-ates more warmth. The designer concrete countertops by Carve Surfaceworks have seashells and coastal aggregates that integrate nature into the space.
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