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AFTER: The couple has two young daughters, so they wanted to use materials that were durable as well as beautiful. Caesarstone counters, which cost around $4,500, will stand up to wear and tear. The custom-designed navy cabinets, which were a splurge at about $15,000, anchor the color palette. Loczi carefully worked in mixed materials, textures and tones to balance out the dark cabinets and stay consistent with the rest of the house. Backsplash tiles: Field Tiles, design by Cristina, Fireclay Tile; countertop: Misty Carrara, Caesarstone; cabinetry: Shaker base doors, Kitchencraft; hood: Dacor 36-inch chimney hood; pendant light: Saturnia, Robert Abbey Using fireclay tile with a crackle finish, Loczi designed a batik-inspired backsplash that goes all the way up to the ceiling. The tile setter started the pattern from the center line directly above the stove, working outward to the end of each wall. The backsplash cost about $5,000. Loczi and the client initially had planned on open shelves on this wall. But after the installer completed the stunning backsplash, the clients decided to let the tile shine on its own.