In this kitchen, the mix of materials was created not by a tile manufacturer, but by the designer. Brigitte Fabri, CMKBD, of Drury Designs, wanted to create a "castle wall" effect in this kitchen, without detracting from the room's focal point — the copper hood. For most of the backsplash, she chose a large scale 12x24 'Crema Marfil' limestone because the larger the tile, the fewer distracting grout lines. Behind the range, a honed glass tile called 'Malaga Cove Wings' by Stone & Pewter was used.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson extended this once cramped bathroom by three feet and installed a luxurious glass shower and volcanic limestone bathtub. The spacious top-of-the-line shower includes a rain shower head, four body jets and a honed marble floor. Sarah also added a blue, hexagonal tile backsplash to match the white and dark blue marble bathroom floors and keep with the room's coastal theme.
This country kitchen is kept functional yet airy with floating shelves and light gray crackled subway tiles. A rustic elegance is also added by the white cabinets with black honed granite. A large deep sink and glass door cabinets are just a few of the simple and lovely details in this kitchen.
A diverse mix of materials gives this kitchen its style. The focal point is the island with a glass tile accent wall and floating wood bar top. Honed black countertops pair nicely with the stainless steel appliances and dark-finished cabinetry.