This beautiful kitchen has a white subway tile wall. Gray upper and lower cabinets add a contrast against the wooden ceiling beams and hardwood flooring. The wood and metallic baker's counter adds extra space to hold kitchen supplies and fresh flowers.
This remodel was in conjunction with a few other projects in one residence, all in preparation for the arrival of a new baby.
The shower stayed in the same place, although the plumbing was moved. The toilet was moved to the opposite wall, and the sink was moved to the center of the bathroom. A freestanding tub was then installed on the opposite wall from the shower. Classic white subway tile on the shower walls and tub wall create a clean backdrop for the geometric pattern cement floor tiles.
This white country kitchen has a subway tile backsplash and black open shelving. White marble countertops surround a deep black sink with stainless steel faucet. A chicken painting adds to the country style.
Vessel sinks are commonly available in white, off-white and black finishes. Although the black is elegant, striking and glamorous, it's difficult to keep clean and wears much more quickly than white. When choosing vessel sinks for retrofitted consoles, chests or dressers, keep in mind that you'll need approximately four inches of extra space along the front and the back (eight inches total) to account for proper functionality.
Large subway tiles in the backsplash and glass-front cabinets provide an open, airy feel in this modest kitchen. A white dining room table is paired with dark-colored rattan chairs, creating a visually-appealing contrast.
White subway tile plays well against the dark charcoal mosaic tile floor in this contemporary bathroom. Extending the tile from floor to ceiling gives the room an industrial edge that works well with the wall-mounted sink.
Built-in cabinets and shelving stretch the entire length of this kitchen for upper and lower storage. Open shelves keep cookbooks and everyday tableware close at hand. A white subway-tile backsplash creates a lovely finish above the dark countertop. A small cube island seconds as a dining table, finishing the room.
It is simple in its design, yes, but this white subway tile that lines this shower also projects strength while serving as a backdrop for the more extravagant toile wallpaper found outside its door. The tile, grouted in gray, has a slightly brilliant finish that contrasts with the brushed metal finish of the shower hardware. The overhead showerhead and the handheld fixture are functional features of the design as well as the cut-out cubby for products,
This transitional kitchen features painted blue cabinets paired with oak cabinets and marble countertops. A white subway tile backsplash provides a fresh accent for the stainless steel range hood and oven, while wide plank hardwood floors add a finishing touch. Recessed lighting illuminates the space.