This outdoor terrace at Perch LA — a French bistro in the heart of Los Angeles — features yellow and teal Mediterranean floor tiles. Cream colored stone archways are lined with green brick tiles, while several potted tropical plants complete the look of the space.
Two stylistically different backsplashes are used in the vintage-inspired kitchen. Behind the stove are teal-blue vertical tiles extending to the ceiling, while the adjacent wall features dark gray penny-round and is finished with bone white grout to accent the shape of the tiles.
Native and Florida-friendly plant materials frame the front of HGTV Smart Home 2013. Paying homage to classic shingle architectural style, the Florida home features a beautiful front porch, bright teal door and mosaic tile stair risers.
Sleek barstools and a stainless steel range hood give a distinct contemporary appeal to this eat-in kitchen. A wood-fired oven, dusty teal cabinetry and a stone tiled floor ground the aesthetic in primitive country style.
Porcelain tile in a gorgeous herringbone pattern provides the look of wood, but the durability of tile, in a potentially wet space. An original work of wax art in vibrant shades of teal hangs above a white coral-esque console table. Yellow vases offer further pops of color and join the two spaces.
In this girl’s bedroom, designer Nancy Snyder started with a favorite teal and purple duvet and a dark armoire and dresser set. Bright white furnishings are balanced with dark wood accents, and new carpet tiles complement the duvet and the wall art.
Neutral ceramic shower tiles provide a striking, welcome contrast to the teal-and-gold patterned wallpaper in this transitional bathroom. A large brass rainfall showerhead and matching fixtures tie the shower space to the metallic tones in the bathroom's wallpaper.
A black range hood, wood countertops, light gray cabinets and a teal island put a PNW twist on this eat-in kitchen. The glass tile backsplash speaks to that design as well, as its dark hues evoke thoughts of a rainy day in Seattle.
Vivid shades of teal stand out against the mostly neutral decor in this transitional master bedroom. An inset ceiling niche features the saturated hue, which pulls from the dramatic tile accent wall. A similar painted niche in a nearby room creates harmony and draws the eye through the space.
This living room combines styles into an eclectic collection of color. A pair of armchairs in gold velvet and a teal blue sofa provide a depth of color in the space. A fireplace with herringbone pattern tile surround and a crystal chandelier provide dual focal points.
This former foyer was converted into a family room by removing the exterior door and adding a rustic stone tiled fireplace. A teal sofa and throw draped over a pale yellow midcentury modern armchair add pops of color to the space, while a brown leather bench serves as a coffee table.
This lively kitchen and dining space features a rectangular glass table for casual entertaining, teal clover back chairs and a bronze chandelier. A rustic wooden cabinet is positioned in front of a bright red mosaic tile wall and surrounded by white built-in cabinets, providing plenty of storage space for dining essentials.
A mix of blues and crisp white creates a beachy feel in the kitchen of HGTV Smart Home 2013. The cottage-style cabinets and quartz countertops are bright white, while the island, walls and kitchenware are varying shades of teal. The clear glass subway tile backsplash picks up on the blue tones of the room.
Kitchens are everyone’s favorite gathering spot, and this house is no different. It’s full of personality and retro chic to boot. Mint green is rapidly becoming my personal fave for kitchen applications and I really love using artwork in kitchens too. Not only do the Stansells have two Jeff Guy portraits displayed on the windowsill, they’ve layered them with pieces that their children have created. Micah and Whitney are really conscious of continuity in their home’s design: the color teal is represented again on the kitchen island and the breadbox. Besides the nostalgic range and mixer, the counters are 4x4 tiles as opposed to one solid surface and were recently restored by Micah himself.