HGTV's House Hunters Renovation did a number on this Los Angeles kitchen. The finished product includes dark hardwood floors and an olive green subway tile backsplash. Concrete countertops, stainless steel finishes and industrial barstools add an industrial touch to the transitional kitchen.
A peninsula adjacent to the patio doors makes indoor and outdoor entertaining a snap in this kitchen by Ryan Christenson of Remodel Works Bath and Kitchen. The counter area can be used as a buffet or as a place to keep burgers out of the sun before they go on the grill. White cabinets keep this kitchen bright and sunny while olive green subway tile adds a splash of color.
This modern kitchen offers a small space for multiple purposes, thanks to smart design and organization. White, sleek cabinets provide storage above and below a quartz countertop with green tile backsplash.
New cabinetry and a dramatic apple green backsplash update this kitchen for the 21st century while staying true to the home's craftsman roots. Caesarstone countertops and an under-mount sink are sleek, stylish and functional.
White subway tile wainscoting with dark grout adds a vintage look to this pale green bathroom. A furniture-style white vanity and clawfoot tub bring a touch of elegance to the casual feel of this space.
This newly renovated craftsman kitchen is party-ready, with an improved space plan and sleek, stylish finishes that update the space for a 21st-century family. Quartz countertops are durable and functional, and apple green subway tile complements the reddish tones in the Shaker-style cabinetry.
Chalkboard paint creates a fun corner in this newly renovated, Craftsman-style kitchen. In the space, apple green subway tile complements the reddish tones in the Shaker-style cabinetry. A wall-mounted plank shelf is a nifty storage solution and a stylish touch.
New cabinetry, countertops and a green subway tile backsplash turn this Craftsman-style kitchen into a 21st-century treasure. Existing saltillo tile flooring ties in with the red tones in the cabinetry, while the apple green tile complements it.
Find a new use for old and unused items. In this kitchen in Susan Sully’s book, “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques," a vintage step stool, repurposed as a table that now holds a bowl of lemons, fills an empty space leading into the pantry. To further the retro aesthetic, the walls are painted a light shade of green, and subway tile is used as the backsplash.
After a remodel, this kitchen has a fresh backsplash consisting of white subway tiles and green glass tiles. The remodel left existing cabinets in place while adding new appliances, lighting and countertops.
As seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders, this kitchen’s rich, dark cabinetry offsets the white quartz countertops and white subway tile backsplash. Sugar and flour containers in soft green add a touch of color to this classic yet updated space.
A white coffered ceiling and light sea green walls create a soft frame for the deeper tones and heavier furniture used to decorate this living room. Hunter green tiles create a fireplace surround while the brown tile hearth compliments the wood mantel. Thick wood arm chairs are padded with beige cushions and turned in to face the rich wood coffee table centered in the room.
This eclectic kitchen boasts cabinetry in pure white and black. A black kitchen island is paired with vivid orange chairs complemented by unusual, glossy orange pendant lights. The large window over the sink provides a beautiful view of outdoor greenery, which is echoed by the forest green subway wall tiles in this thoroughly modern, and unforgettable, kitchen space.
The Nonn's master bathroom during it's transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Team Jonathan replaced the old green wallpaper and carpet with a fresh coat of paint and new tiles, and replaced the outdated vanity. However, Adi was unable to finish the bathroom details.