The ceramic tile backsplash mimics the chevron pattern of the wood floors for a cohesive look in this transitional kitchen. A plaster range hood in bright white provides striking contrast against the dark cabinetry.
Natural wood shelves and a patterned roman shade give a country style design influence to this kitchen while stainless steel appliances add an updated feel. A chevron tile backsplash adds understated texture to the room between sharp white cabinetry.
Step through the decorative stone front door into the entryway of this modern home. A panel of chevron marble tile creates movement through the hall space past the frosted glass wall and into the open design of the home.
A white chevron pattern backsplash adds a subtle texture between the white cabinetry and white countertop. The black stove top pops in contrast to the bright design. A glass hooded range adds a modern touch to complete the sophisticated look.
The natural wood shelves are accented against the crisp white wall, chevron tile backsplash and white curtains. The open shelves create a space to store go-to dishes for easy access while also adding a decorative element.
The master bathroom in this Austin, TX home features gratifying gray and white tones, giving it a modern look that's inviting and sleek. The white powder vanity is opposite of the main bathroom vanity, while a contemporary soaking tub sits in the glassed-in shower with chevron patterned tiles.
A dark hardwood floor looks beautifully rich against the bright white cabinets, backsplash and walls in this spacious kitchen. The island base provides an unexpected pop of blue to accent the room. Black bar chairs circle the island for an eat-in set up at the polished white countertop shining under a pair of globe pendant lights.
If you like the idea of a patterned backsplash that won’t go out of style, consider a simple geometric pattern: stripes, diamonds or zigzags, for example. To create this chevron effect, designer Kelli Kaufer used hand-cut stained glass. She bought three different colors, cut them into 1-inch wide by 3-inch long angled pieces, and applied to the wall using a double-sided sticky mat. Then, she grouted with a non-sanded grout. “This backsplash can work with many different styles,” says Kaufer. “Depending on the color of the glass pieces, you can either go bold, creating a hip, modern look, or muted, for a classic, sophisticated style.”
Out of the way but not forgotten, this small white bathroom with a black and white chevron shower curtain is merry and bright. Keeping a pristine look to the approach, Pure Interiors Design enlarged the space without sacrificing its attractiveness. It's fun, playful and inviting.
Who would've thought a laundry room could be so fun? Patterned tiles and bright pops of color keep the space light but sophisticated. Floor tiles: Popham Design; Counters: Silestone; Light fixture: Schoolhouse Electric Lighting
Geometric glass tiles add extra drama to the black, enameled cabinets in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 butler's pantry, designed by Steven Miller. The space features integrated storage and display to please the home chef.