With stunning Calacatta marble countertops and drum-shaped stools, this kitchen's island is a great place to cook, eat or work. Bright white cabinets keep the space feeling airy, while a mother-of-pearl tile backsplash adds a dazzling gleam.
The bathroom's single sink vanity gives guests ample counter space for grooming products. The white vanity pops against the aqua, white and blue-gray penny tiles on the backsplash that were also used for the shower.
Beautiful clay tile floors create a Mediterranean feel in this open concept living and dining space. Heavy wood furniture helps balance the dark wood ceiling beams and trim, while pops of aqua, violet and yellow add playful energy to the space.
This contemporary bathroom is built for pool house use, which means durability and functionality were key. The designers achieved these goals by incorporating sturdy wood fixtures and keeping the overall aesthetic clean and fresh. Tile in a range of aqua hues connect the space to the water outside.
White walls and ceilings, ample natural light and an open design amplify the spacious feel of this modern home. Light bounces off the polished gray floor tiles for a sleek look. A blue sectional with striped cushions adds a pop of aqua, which is echoed by the modern blue cabinets in the kitchen.
Teal is a tough color to use without completely overwhelming a space. But if you stick with teals that are close to the aqua family, you'll find them rather versatile. The floating vanity, white half wall and white tile shower add light elements to balance the room. The mounted horns and animal head bring a masculine side to the design and compliment the brown flooring.