The black and white tile backsplash in a traditional harlequin design provides an instant pop of contrast along one wall of this otherwise neutral kitchen for an eye-catching effect. By using these direct color opposites, the silver tones of the stainless appliances and brushed nickel cabinetry hardware blend with the rest of the kitchen, with the black tying in the color of the granite countertop. Design by AB Design Elements.
This space was designed for the 44th Annual Bucks County Designer House + Gardens and draws from Parisian design while staying true to a 1860's farmhouse style. Hand-painted harlequin floors, hanging greenery, and woven table and chairs balance the natural charm found within a traditional farmhouse .
This kitchen's designer selected green and white marble tiles in a classic harlequin pattern for a unique backsplash that contemporizes this otherwise traditional kitchen. The silver antique meat grinder is another showstopper of the room and makes one think of an artistic piece of sculpture, rather than a cooking apparatus.
This space was designed for the 44th Annual Bucks County Designer House + Gardens and features a porch entryway with hand painted black and white harlequin floors, traditional black farmhouse door, and white paneled exterior walls.
This space was designed for the 44th Annual Bucks County Designer House + Gardens and features a stairway with wrought iron railing leading to a wooden pedestal table, which makes for the perfect spot to enjoy a morning cup of coffee.
Black-and-white tile laid in a harlequin pattern creates striking contrast underfoot. Wainscoting brings a traditional element to the space, while abstract art and sleek sconces nod to the contemporary.
Reclaimed wood is used in the barstools, dining table and range hood to bring a rustic touch to this country-inspired kitchen. The space features traditional cabinets, a harlequin backsplash and top-of-the-line appliances.
This Christmas display features red hydrangeas and stargazer lilies in a blown glass tortoise vase atop a demi-lune commode hand-painted with a harlequin pattern, gold menorah votives and a bell with a filigree handle.
AB Design Elements of Scottsdale designed this magnificent transitional kitchen as a feast for the eyes. The soft color palette allows the special features of the room to make powerful statements, such as harlequin-patterned backsplash, the custom wood ceiling and the black-trimmed windows.
A chunky yet open oval vanity pairs with a sleek beveled mirror in this transitional powder room. Metallic wallpaper with a fish print adds a whimsical element to the space. The hallway's black-and-white tile laid in a harlequin pattern brings contrast to the space.