A large, neutral subway tile backsplash brings some color to the bright, white cabinets and black countertop in this transitional kitchen. Floating shelves allow for open storage next to the stove and range hood. Contemporary globe pendant lighting illuminates the white countertop on the kitchen island.
Contrast is key in this spacious bathroom. Floor-to-ceiling white tile walls stand out against the black ceiling, floor and doors. A glass-enclosed shower displays the white tile shower surround, creating a seamless and more spacious appearance.
Still the reigning design style, the timeless look of traditional kitchens speaks to most of us. The cabinets can be painted or stained, and glass-front doors are a popular option, as are multipurpose islands.
Black subway tile on the bar wall correlates with the white subway tile walls in this public bar. Tall barstools with neutral leather set cushions reach up to the wood countertop adding a beautiful texture agains the subway tile. A large skylight lets natural light fall into the room while a trio of pendant lights bring a warm glow above the bar.
Brighten up your kitchen work space with clean white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and white subway tiles. A neutral wall color and floor tiles tie the room together with small bursts of color from the flatware and utensils.
Crisp white cabinets brighten dark brown subway tile walls in this transitional kitchen. A white farmhouse sink blends with the white cabinets and neutral countertops, while a kitchen peninsula provides a spot for quick meals without sacrificing space.
Natural light from the window highlights the homey, natural design of the kitchen. Floating shelves displaying dishes and black and white photographs decorate the subway tile backsplash wall over white drawers and countertop. A natural wood island is the perfect texture for a country design.
Horizontal cabinet woodgrain and a backsplash wall made with long subway tiles compliment the long, spacious design of this kitchen. A blood orange accent wall pops at the back of the room. Recessed lighting and the use of white throughout the space makes for a bright and open look.
Baby blue walls are a soft background allowing the bold hunter green marble countertop to stand out in the bright bathroom. White subway tile surrounds the tub and continues into the open door shower. Wood cabinetry pops between the dark countertop and dark gray floor tiles.
Tiny black, gray and white subway tiles create a fun background for this built in wall cubby. A trio of glass shelves creates simple and stylish storage space. A stainless steel rim finishes the fixture for a functional bathroom addition.