This textured, rustic backsplash makes it look as if this kitchen by Hamilton-Gray Design is fully constructed of stone. But, in fact, the quartzite material actually comes in pieces that are applied just like tile, making it a viable choice even in a home with plaster or sheetrock walls.
A second view of the kitchen shows how the new appliances were incorporated into the space. Dark wood paneling behind the refrigerator and microwaves contrasts against all the white used in cabinetry and countertop. The double hood was selected for its maximized function, as well as for its modern and sculptural look. We love how the circular design contrasts against the linear and angular finish to the rest of the kitchen.
Tucked into the corner of the open layout is the dining table. A square, wooden table comfortably seats eight guests along the exterior views. Due to the shape of the building, this floor plan created an interesting opportunity to design the dining space into a more intimate setting within the open layout. Custom mirrors were adapted into the corner to visually highlight the dining space, as well as reflect light, the beautiful outdoor views and the sculptural pendant light.
Gold hardware and fixtures add a touch of glam to the clean white tiled shower with a glass door. Penny round tile is used as the shower and bathroom flooring, bringing a classic note to the space. Abstract art adds a touch of color.
Gray and white striped tiles cover the floor, bathtub surround and the entire shower, adding visual appeal to the minimalist design. A delicate, purple chandelier hangs above the bathtub to bring additional style and a pop of color to the space.