This chic, Zen bathroom is where the renovation began. The homeowners wanted a space that was more modern and functional, so designers began the design with warm, clean gray tile on the floor and walls. Then, they added just a touch of texture by installing a gray, stone backsplash with recessed mirrors to keep the space looking sleek and clean. Finally, a rich cherry vanity was installed for the finishing touch.
Black hand-rubbed cabinets add depth to this sleek kitchen while a mirror tile backsplash below the cabinets visually lengthens the space. Gray bamboo floors complement a gray granite countertop on the large kitchen island, which serves as extra work space and a dining area.
This foyer rotunda comes to life with a hand-painted ceiling edged in a band of specially-commissioned blown glass, creating a kaleidoscope of vibrant hues. The Italian travertine flooring with gold veining initiates in the foyer. An accent back of Jerusalem Gold travertine, augmented with another band of charcoal glass-tile inserts, mimics the oval architecture of the space.
Shiplap is a sought-after look these days, but one place to save is in the materials you use. Unprimed spruce is one of the cheapest options, says Austin Lineberry of New River Building Co., who found it at less than 90 cents per linear foot for this home project. Plus, he used shiplap instead of a tile backsplash around the cabinets, for a consistent look and cost-effective option.
Intricate pattern and interesting textures give character to this elegant formal dining room, part of a luxury Beverly Hills Mediterranean estate. Mirrored walls are framed with graphic patterns that play off the terra cotta tile floors. Rich, earthy hues in the wall treatments and flooring continue onto the furnishings. A wooden door panel features heavy carving, part of the rich detail that comprises the interior of this elegant home.
Designers focused on clean lines and sleek fixtures in their redesign of this Boston's penthouse's master bathroom and used a subdued white and brown color palette for a unified look. The single sink vanity, mirror, and modern wall sconces tie in with the tile flooring and and the material and trim used on the walls and in the shower stall. And, the dark brown, textured shower wall panel is a showstopper.
On the home's second floor, the master bathroom has a simple, contemporary design. A neutral color palette keeps the space light and bright, while a tile floor laid out in a chevron pattern gives the space texture. To complete the space, a shower sits off to the side of a soaker tub that rests in front of a floor to ceiling window that gives the space a perfect view of the home's backyard.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 15 square feet from the adjacent guest bedroom to carve out space for this chic bathroom vanity. To give the room a first class feel, Sarah added a large silver-framed round mirror, a mosaic tile backsplash and a floating, custom-built wood cabinet with plenty of extra storage.
Beautiful gray cabinetry gives a polished and timeless look to this kitchen design. Gray toned tiles create a textured backsplash look. A spotted stone countertop blends the cool tones of the kitchen with the dark wood paneling covering the outer wall of the bar. White leather barstools add a cozy and stylish place to sit and view the room. Stainless steel track lighting and cool, contemporary pendant lights finish the look.
This bright, Tudor kitchen features new recessed LED lights installed in the ceiling with dimmers. The wall cabinets have a LED light under them, mounted at the front for maximum task lighting. The wall cabinets also holds the state-of-the-art tracks with outlets at 6” on center, providing all the plugs one could ever need without breaking up the clean look of the backsplash tile.
Simple and elegant is the look in this guest bathroom. A modern vanity keeps things looking sleek and neat, while its wood facade warms the otherwise neutral space. A long, trough sink add functionality, and the gray tile in the shower continues the clean, sleek look in the space. A large window in the shower area lets in plenty of natural light to help this neutral bathroom feel a bit more light.
The back of this Spanish Colonial Revival home is designed to create a façade that mimics the original side elevation of the residence. Rustic wood, terracotta roof tiles and stucco exteriors evoke the Spanish style, while beautiful balconies and covered patios create a strong connection between the indoors and outdoors.
This contemporary gray and cream kitchen has a breakfast nook area with beautiful upholstered seating and modern, industrial pendant light above. The cream cabinets and stainless steel appliances give this kitchen a clean, sleek look while the coordinating gray countertop and patterned tile backsplash add visual interest. Hardwood flooring brings warmth to the space while small pink and white floral arrangements on the breakfast table add just the right touch of color.
Sleek hardware and fixtures complete the contemporary renovation of this California master bathroom. The new walk-in shower is clad in gray marble tile and features a corner bench for convenience and function. A window in the shower brightens up the space.
The last little bit of island luxury in this home: a tub fit for royalty. With its bright yellow stool and a petite yet regal looking chandelier, this bath is exactly what anyone would want to soak in after a long day. Surrounded by miniature tile in a calming blue, this Brooklyn bathroom has a definite European vibe.
The black and white tile backsplash in a traditional harlequin design provides an instant pop of contrast along one wall of this otherwise neutral kitchen for an eye-catching effect. By using these direct color opposites, the silver tones of the stainless appliances and brushed nickel cabinetry hardware blend with the rest of the kitchen, with the black tying in the color of the granite countertop. Design by AB Design Elements.
The open metal and wood staircase is designed to allow light to filter down and through various floors. Also, the openness creates the illusion of space. The orange color is the same paint color used on the nearby Golden Gate Bridge. The same color is used on the front door and accent tile in the kitchen. The spectacular openness "pulls" visitors toward the stairs and up into the great room upstairs.
Designer Debbie Talianko chose subtle tones of soft blue and green to accompany this white transitional kitchen to give a nod to coastal-style design. These colors are accented on the white subway tile backsplash, and she selected a beautiful soft green marble countertop for the kitchen island. Sub-Zero, Bosch and Wolfe appliances and large pendant lighting from Restoration Hardware complete this stylish look.