A beautiful modern Kitchen with custom lights, custom cabinets, custom countertop, custom teal backsplash in the Scotch Rose house, built by Bristol and designed by Aubrey, as seen on HGTV's Flip or Flop Vegas.
Light blue glass subway tile delicately graces an accent wall, flowing into the shower and giving the feeling of space in this compact bathroom. The addition of a rain showerhead adds to the spa-like luxury while the geometric shapes of a small floating vanity and shelving ground the space with sophistication.
The walls of this coastal bathroom are tiled in blue glass subway tile, while the walk-in shower has a mosaic backsplash. The floors are covered in grass cloth-inspired porcelain, while a simple vanity and coastal accessories complete the design.
Powder rooms are an excellent space in which to go bold with design. The bathroom in this coastal New Hampshire home features bold, watery blue subway tile, which echoes other blue design elements used throughout the entire home. Exposed bulbs strung from a metal pole above the sink and toilet offer a playful look in the space.
Pastel blue subway tile adds a soft color over white countertop and built in sink with stainless steel faucet. Woodgrain cabinetry add a warmer hue to the bright color scheme. A stainless steel stool with white leather cushion tucks under the counter or pulls out for a stylish vanity stool.
The open, walk-in style shower design leaves the bathing area looking and feeling extra spacious. Blue glass subway tile shines against the square, white bathtub base. A built in wall cubby provides easily accessible storage and keeps with the simplicity of the design.
This well-crafted transitional kitchen does its part with a center island for prep work, a beverage center to keep the kids out of the cooking area and lots of counter space. Blue subway tiles add a dash of color that complements the dark countertops.
Mosaic tile floors add punch to this traditional bathroom, which has an overall clean, updated aesthetic. The dual vanity is footed, giving it the appearance of a piece of built-in furniture. Meanwhile, a pair of medicine cabinets and a tall center cabinet feature molding that ties in with the crown molding, and also with decorative tile molding that caps a subway tile wainscot.