High-quality materials take center stage in this kitchen. The custom cabinets are crafted with bleached Alaskan yellow cedar frames and bamboo panels. Dark limestone countertops bring out the bamboo-like pattern in the stone mosaic backsplash. Adjacent to the backsplash is a horizontal window with a resin panel that incorporates natural seagrass.
This custom kitchen has everything an aspiring chef could dream of: pro-grade appliances, tons of storage and plentiful counter space including a large center island with prep sink. A cheery green color, graphic backsplash and limestone flooring complete the look.
This crisp white cottage kitchen is both beautiful and functional. Open shelves display all-white dishes and vintage pieces. The bead board wall combined with the ceramic backsplash gives the space texture, form and function . The farmhouse sink is a standout feature against the neutral colored limestone countertops.
Despite the large window, the kitchen was extremely dark with cherry-stained cabinets and red walls before designer Lisa Furey renovated the space. The layout is kept the same, but everything is lightened up.White Shaker cabinets combine with limestone countertops and glass tile backsplash for a clean, transitional look.
This sleek and spacious kitchen features white limestone floors paired with black cabinets and neutral countertops. A mosaic tile gray backsplash adds a bit of texture to the space and continues over to the wall that frames a large stainless steel refrigerator. A skylight provides a touch of natural light.
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.
After a budget-friendly facelift, this Georgia farmhouse bathroom exudes French country charm with a jolt of color. Designer Michelle Mentzer painted the existing cabinet to save money, but added a new countertop with a high backsplash and curved detail on the sides. She replaced the carpet with limestone flooring and brightened the room with a vibrant red mirror, which is now flanked by shaded sconces. Instead of spending money on a linen cabinet., she placed an oversized basket on the floor to hold towels.