A vertical subway tile backsplash creates a less conventional movement in the room to elongate the look and add a touch of soft blue color to the room. A modern bubble chandelier is an airy light accessory over the kitchen island. The diamond shaped island features a bold marble countertop and barstools lined up for an eat-in set up.
The small details in this beautiful master bathroom make all the difference. A sleek inset shelf and small black tray house easy-to-reach bathroom essentials with effortless style, while a white subway tile backsplash adds a timeless touch.
This modern bathroom might be small but shows a lot of style. Vertical subway tiles line the shower and tub, with gray and white geometric floor tiles below. The single vanity features a marble countertop and glass bowl vessel sink.
Vertically-hung mosaic tile creates a dramatic backsplash in this traditional eat-in kitchen. Under cabinet lighting illuminates the backsplash's natural hues which complement the dark wood cabinets. A stainless steel range hood helps to tie in the metallic pendants and hardware.
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.
A closer look at the back wall reveals crisp white cabinets with matching subway tile. While the cabinets provide storage for glasses and plates, the backsplash makes the kitchen feel clean, bright and modern.
White subway tile spans the length of this bathroom, making the space seem clean and modern. To complement the look, the designers brought in a sleek mirror, floating vanity and glass door for the stall shower.
One of the home's six bathrooms, this space boasts a traditional tub, a glass-enclosed stall shower and a separate room for the toilet. White subway tile wraps around the space, keeping things light and airy while contributing some glossy texture.