A shimmery marble backsplash in copper tones shines against the crisp white cabinets and black countertops in this kitchen. To give it that extra wow factor, under cabinet lights highlight the backsplash.
The kitchen is a true gem with a patterned marble backsplash against exposed brick walls, a custom walnut range hood and walnut-trimmed white cabinety. Raw leather drawer and cabinet pulls add tactile appeal to the room.
Wide-Plank hardwood floors add warmth and character to this all-white kitchen. Marble tile backsplash complements the white Shaker cabinets with brushed nickel handles for a sophisticated, classic look.
Both cozy and clean cut, this transitional kitchen is washed in white and neutral, allowing plants and herbs to pop with color. The unique Carrera marble backsplash adds a touch of a Mediterranean feel to the room; the kitchen island's countertop features the same marble. Beautiful dark wood barstools create a special space to enjoy breakfast or just conversation with the cook.
Pale gray marble on the perimeter countertops and backsplash set off the dark soapstone countertop on the island in this transitional kitchen with period details. Hardwood floors are original to the downtown Savannah house. Stainless steel appliances, including a built-in microwave, provide all the modern-day conveniences needed.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian Harris' overall design began by removing the fireplace obstacle at the entrance, adding around 5 feet to the kitchen. The wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room was removed, The London Grey kitchen island was placed on wheels so that it could easily be moved if more space is needed, it also double as a portable bar-perfect for entertaining. The backsplash is Calcutta marble, which is considered timeless, but was made more contemporary by laying a herring bone design. The floor is Rosedale series, light grey. Walls were painted Silver Drop. Kitchen counter tops are Stone Grey. The small kitchen counter bench left of the stove doubles as a homework desk for Joyce's boys-a request she made so that they can be close while she cooks.
One of the easiest ways to give your cabinets a makeover is simply by switching out your hardware. “People say they add the jewelry when they add the hardware,” says designer Judith Wright Sentz of Judith Wright Design in Seattle, a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition winner. “We took special care to add really pretty hardware.”