A custom tin hood vent serves as the wow-worthy focal point in this Italianate-inspired kitchen. The white-glazed cabinetry and stone backsplash provide a creamy hue to the gourmet surroundings. The metal and crystal chandelier illuminates the small dining area.
A light and bright kitchen is perfect for this Florida home. The hand-glazed backsplash is reflective and gives dimension. The gray island pops against the white cabinets, while gold hardware and lights add a trendy element to the space.
With comfort and functionality in mind, this ranch kitchen features an island with a range hood and an integrated oven. The cottage feel isn't lost in the stainless steel appliances, all surrounded by custom white glazed cabinets that feel more like home.
With places on the wall to pin your errands, to do lists or whatever else, this desk is made with style and function in mind. The custom glazed white cabinets also provide plenty of room for storage both above and below.
As part of a major home renovation, this beautiful kitchen was enlarged by utilizing an adjacent existing laundry room. Cherry cabinets that have been antiqued and glazed for an Old World look surround a dark-topped island lit by overhead pendant lighting.
This spacious traditional kitchen features a pairing of cherry stained cabinets and antique glazed white cabinets, as well as a wet bar, round glass dining table and crystal chandelier. A breakfast bar with neutral granite countertops provides stools for additional dining space.
This traditional kitchen features painted antique white glazed cabinets paired with cherry wood cabinets, as well as a small dining nook. An elegant crystal chandelier hangs over a round glass table, while black and white floral upholstered chairs finish the look of the space.
Crisp white cabinets and crown molding worked wonders to brighten up this kitchen, which was previously dark and dated with glazed moldings and an Old World tile floor. Wood-grain tile floors add warmth to the space, while two oversized chandeliers provide drama and illumination.
Custom cabinetry and the gas fireplace created a focal point in this loft's living room, enhanced by the mother-of-pearl tile surround and glass mosaic tiled back. Artisan forged metal artwork, hand-blown glass bowls, glazed ceramic vases and a starburst mirror are showcased in these modern shelves.
Hand made and glazed artisan tile flooring expands into the conservatory connecting it to the kitchen seamlessly through the arched doorway. Natural light creates an inviting and sunny look over the light, neutral colors. Walnut elements add a warmth to the room and accentuate the traditional design.
Because this kitchen is part of a historic Tudor home, the designers used materials, like a hand-glazed backsplash and aged brass hardware, to make it feel true to the time period. A pretty curved hood rage and decorative X-detail over the pantry doors only enhance the space's charm.
This master bathroom features an innovative set of triple sliding doors that were designed to enlarge the door's opening and continue to bring light into the space via glazed glass slats in the doors and a transom overhead. The space is further softened by use of white oak throughout and light hardwood floors.
Space for storing items was relocated to the upper wall cabinets by the range, and there is also plenty of additional storage within the islands. An arched overhang on both islands allows for plenty of seating, and two different colors of glazed cabinetry serve to visually delineate the islands from the perimeter cabinetry.
The original oak coffered ceiling was restored to complement the bespoke American Walnut kitchen cabinets in this traditional kitchen design. The refrigerator is blended in to match the cabinets creating a cohesive look around the room. Green granite countertop and gray glazed tile flooring add cool tones to the color scheme to keep the room feeling light.
This coastal cottage bathroom brings the beach indoors with a soothing blue and cream color palette. Painted white cabinets are glazed for a vintage look and then topped with blue-green countertops. A mix of tiles, from the matte shellstone floors to the blue glass and sea pebble mosaics, bring beautiful texture to the space.
To continue green in this seating area, the walls are hand-glazed in a non-VOC paint using three layers. The sofa is covered in cotton and filled with recycled bottles made into cushions. HGTV Design Star contestant Blanche Garcia also brings in antique chairs and tables, the perfect way to stay sustainable and glamorous.
The rift-cut oak wood cabinetry was resourced from a LEED Certified manufacturer that utilizes responsible forestry and manufacturing processes. Handmade, glazed ceramic tiles weave through open shelving for ready access to continually used items. Durable quartz countertops grace both the kitchen perimeter and the twin islands, creating practical and abundant work spaces for multiple users.