A white beadboard backsplash and white cabinetry create a bright backdrop for the earthy tile countertops. Glass-front cabinetry breaks up the white space and provides a display area for dishes. Floating shelves above the sink provide additional storage.
A simple bar area is functional for any kitchen or open living space. Cabinets add storage, while extra counter space is perfect for mixing drinks while entertaining. It can also serve as a breakfast or brunch bar for morning gatherings.
This traditional all-white kitchen with light hardwood flooring,features a granite-topped kitchen island, gorgeous pendant lighting, and spectacular window allowing for natural light to flood the space.
Floor-to-ceiling windows make the outdoors an integral part of this contemporary bedroom design. A platform bedroom is dressed with black-and-white floral bedding, adding a cottage touch to the space, while graphic art brings modern style.
The master bathroom is in the bottom floor of the home with very little light. So, it was important to keep the finishes white to maintain as much brightness in the space as possible. Custom tile acts as a floor runner towards the bathtub. Artwork purchased from Jessica Silverman gallery completes the space.
When all else fails, always know that going all white in a kitchen is best for investment purposes. Due to its versatility, white works with every other accent color in the spectrum, plus it helps reflect light and makes spaces feel more open and airy.
This kitchen celebrates summer and spring, with its wood tones, green tile and airy capturing the best of the beloved seasons. Marble-topped custom cabinetry houses a 1,058-pound five-oven AGA range and a custom farmhouse soapstone double sink.