To make the most of the space in the master bathroom, designers set the shower back into the wall so as not to take up too much square footage. To highlight this fixture, teal tile outlines run the perimeter of the shower, defining the space.
Rich, dark browns and a vibrant teal blue combine in this midcentury modern bathroom. The bathroom's striking color palette evokes thoughts of the Caribbean sea, making the space feel like a refreshing escape.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, this kitchen’s cabinets were refreshed with a deeper, richer stain, and small mosaic tiles in teal were installed as a colorful, contrasting backsplash. A hanging cage pendant light over the sink creates an interesting focal point.
In a large, open interior — and this is especially important when the space has soaring ceilings, as this one does — it’s essential to choose furnishings and details that fit the large scale of the room. Says stylist Sophie Gunnersen of Studio Stamp: “All the pieces in the room are rather big and bold, and everything has a purpose. The custom-made dining table sits at bar height and it is large and chunky. The black AGA cooker is really the key piece in the space — it adds ambience and attracts most people with its warmth. The vertical bookshelf along with the softer green tiles divide the room.”
This light and bright kitchen features white countertops and Shaker style cabinets paired with a teal glass tile backsplash. Yellow metal pendant lights hang above a kitchen island, while brown hardwood floors complete the look of the space.
In the guest bathroom, a neutral color palette anchors the space, making it bright and open. To warm the space up a bit and tie this room into the rest of the home's design, teal Spanish tile accents the space, outlining the room's fixtures, creating depth and dimension in the space.
In the bathroom, a teal shower adds a pop of color to the otherwise black and white space. The teal subway tile adds a bit of modern flair, updating the space, but the traditional elements of the Tudor style, such as the black and white penny round tile help to tie this bright shower in to the rest of the space.
Textured teal walls blend seamlessly with the teal tile backsplash, creating a beautiful palette for pops of red and gold. The gold undertones in the wood cabinetry, door and window frames complement the ornate gold pendant lights hanging above the island. Slim red barstools provide a small dining area at the sleek wood island.
In this home's master bathroom, the colors are more vibrant and grown up than in the kids' bathroom. A bold teal color adorns the wall, while the floors are made of a complementary teal patterned tile. Pink towels accent the space along with Chinese statues and pictures that give the space personality and depth.