The shimmering glass mosaic tile that covers the walls in this contemporary bathroom reflects the light from the pendants, creating a glamorous, metallic look. A simple oval-shaped vanity and dark wood door keep the space from overwhelming the eye.
This light and bright bathroom features a white and gray marble tile accent wall and floor paired with a gray metal double vanity. Two contemporary sconces illuminate the three mirrors positioned above the vanity.
One of the major treats in Tina and Jared’s home is the loft-like setting. Walls that reach over 10 feet high allow for light to stream in. Skylights above the living area and kitchen are a big part of the sunny interior. It's perfect for a home where plants are in abundance.
Using the same engineered stone for the backsplash and counter creates a seamless look. “The same material carries its way up and has the same veining from the actual countertop all the way to the ceiling,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Easily one of the most striking features of the home, the windows offer bird’s eye views of the river running lazily past their window and the boroughs that lay beyond. Here, Tanika added the perfect seating to contemplate the view: the iconic Eames lounge chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames which remains the pinnacle of mid-century style.
As if this kitchen weren't impressive enough, floor-to-ceiling cabinetry offers a ton of storage. Meanwhile, wood finishes across the room ensure that this space feels cohesive with the rest of the home.
Add drama and height to your kitchen by installing backsplash tile from the countertops all the way to the ceiling. Not only will this create a more architectural look, it will also make the kitchen feel larger.
This kitchen was completely renovated from head to toe, turning the original 1930s space into this sleek and chic cook area. Modern white cabinets provide ample floor-to-ceiling storage, and the metal tile backsplash makes for easy clean up while feeling fresh and unique.
Floor-to-ceiling cabinetry in a medium oak finish and natural Silestone countertops prove a perfect pair in the butler's pantry of HGTV Dream Home 2010, conveniently located adjacent to the kitchen. Sand-colored tile and counter surfaces paired with undermount lighting keep the small workspace bright and airy despite lack of natural sunlight.