A copper range hood and rust red herringbone backsplash give handsome panache to the kitchen. Slipcovered barstools are a comfortable, yet practical touch. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
Chef-grade appliances underscore top-notch details that went into this beautiful transitional kitchen's design. A herringbone brick floor, Shaker-style cabinetry and a diamond-pattern backsplash all contribute to the soothing neutral palette.
This spacious kitchen features floor-to-ceiling white cabinets paired with a gray and white marble backsplash. A trimmed square behind the built-in flat top range features a herringbone tile design. Recessed lighting positioned on the natural wood planked ceiling illuminate the space.
This open plan kitchen accentuates its high ceiling with a rusted steel-clad range hood that reaches all the way up. The design also features durable Dekton countertops and a backsplash of white hand-made Fireclay ceramic tile in a herringbone pattern.
In the kitchen, tractor seat barstools welcome guests to perch next to the new waterfall countertop, paneled in solid walnut. For the Heath tile backsplash, the designer created visual interest by installing in a herringbone pattern. The gray tile stands out against the white cabinetry and adds depth to the design.
Once Jillian removed the fireplace and wall separating the kitchen from the rest of the house, she added five feet to the kitchen. She then added tons of extra cabinet space for storage. The kitchen island and countertops give the family lots of prep space. The herringbone design on the backsplash of Calcutta marble makes the kitchen stand out.
The light and bright look of this kitchen is given a bold contrast with the lower black cabinets. A white herringbone backsplash and Calcutta marble countertops give a luxurious finish to the design. A window fixed between the built in cabinetry brings natural light into the space. A stainless steel refrigerator rests in a fitted nook.