In this modern bathroom, designers created visual interest in the space by adding storage. A tall cabinet bisects the two sinks in the space, providing additional storage for the homeowners. Another aspect of the room that creates visual interest is the three dimensional tile backsplash. This addition gives texture to the space, and inserts personality into this clean, modern en suite.
In the guest bathroom, designers wanted to add texture to the space, so they brought in three dimensional tile. Then, they ran a metallic tile border at the top of the stall for a splash of glam in the neutral space.
Recessed medicine cabinets provide ample storage while custom designed light fixtures in antique bronze illuminate the vanity area. Neutral tiles match the floor tiling and create a backsplash strip over the white countertop. Traditional wood cabinets are the framework for the timeless, polished look.
Vertical lights split the three sections of the mirror. A sleek, chocolate brown vanity is topped with white countertop that blends into the white wall. A marble tile backsplash features rich blue with a touch of beige.
This modern kitchen features painted seafoam green cabinetry paired with a black and gray mosaic tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Modern pendant lighting hangs over the kitchen island, while three metal stools line the kitchen island, creating the ideal spot for casual dining.
If you like the idea of a patterned backsplash that won’t go out of style, consider a simple geometric pattern: stripes, diamonds or zigzags, for example. To create this chevron effect, designer Kelli Kaufer used hand-cut stained glass. She bought three different colors, cut them into 1-inch wide by 3-inch long angled pieces, and applied to the wall using a double-sided sticky mat. Then, she grouted with a non-sanded grout. “This backsplash can work with many different styles,” says Kaufer. “Depending on the color of the glass pieces, you can either go bold, creating a hip, modern look, or muted, for a classic, sophisticated style.”
The kitchen’s focal point backsplash includes deep emerald hexagon-shaped ceramic tiles with lots of movement. “They add texture and they’re very, very three-dimensional,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. Thanks to a hub device in HGTV Smart Home 2019, your smartphone or tablet on the kitchen counter turns into a universal remote that gives you control over your home entertainment and smart home devices.
Clear your island and use simple, inexpensive items to reset your kitchen style. In this kitchen, designers with homebuilder Lennar add a few pops of color by piling bright red apples on a three-tiered tray from a discount home decor store. The red apples contrast with the arrangement of green succulents nearby.
The owners of this high-rise apartment wanted a functional, modern kitchen, so designers revamped the original galley kitchen to give them what they needed. The galley design provides counter space on each side of the room, allowing for plenty of prep space, while new upper and lower cabinets add storage. Outdated appliances were replaced with new, stainless steel versions. To get the modern look homeowners had hoped for, designers made use of the natural light that comes into the space from the bay windows overlooking the city. Then, they installed two-toned cabinets, a three dimensional tile backsplash and a modern breakfast area to provide the elegant, modern design the homeowners longed for.
Four stainless steel barstools and three stainless steel pendant lights follow the line the large island in this spacious kitchen. Hardwood floor and olive green walls add depth to the light and bright look of the white cabinets and fixtures. Neutral tile backsplash gives the timeless design texture.
Textured tile creates a feature wall behind the vanity in this transitional master bathroom, while a thin-framed mirror allows the wall treatment to steal the show. The Staccato Three Light Vertical sconce is by Hubbardton Forge.
In the foyer, designers wanted to make a bold statement with the space's design, so they brought in crisp, white flowers to contrast with the dark wall tile. The wall tile gives the space a three dimensional effect and relief with lighting. Finally, a custom designed, modern console table was crafted out of dark and white woods to help seamlessly transition the design from white to dark.
This kitchen features cabinetry comprised of three coordinating finishes with a quartzite countertop and glass mosaic backsplash. A small dining table creates an eat-in space, and bright blue chairs add a pop of color.
The three-dimensional wall tiles in this dining nook are actually made from a recycled byproduct of sugar cane processing. The individual tiles fit together to form a seamless pattern and are easily installed using construction grade double-stick adhesive tape.