Simple white cabinets surround this eat-in kitchen. A brown subway tile backsplash stands out against the bright white cabinets, and neutral stone countertops provide ample workspace. A trio of seagrass chairs creates a casual dining area at the counter space. A rustic wood island provides drawer storage and adds a touch of rustic charm to this elegant kitchen.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines completely transformed the bathroom by removing all of the old and tile and wall panels. The walls were painted light yellow with white beaded board wainscoting. Two ornate wooden mirrors hang above his and her's vessel sinks installed on top of an old painted dresser. New tile floors in a traditional pattern adds to the character of the room and a subway tile bathtub and shower were installed.
Instead of using subway tile as a backsplash, the designers chose to paint a brick wall white. In turn, they achieved the same overall look, but with a little extra character and charm. When layered with a black range hood and sconces, the space feels clean and modern.
Custom cabinets and a stainless steel vent hood top off this bright and lively chef's kitchen. Friends and family can gather around the painted island while the gourmet meal is being prepared. The walnut countertop and rattan barstools warm up the crisp white cabinetry and subway tile backsplash.
The open floor plan kitchen and breakfast area combine simple, clean lines with natural materials and textures. White cabinets are paired with gray countertops and subway tile backsplash for an updated, traditional design, while a rustic wood table is surrounded by comfy Parson chairs and wood slab bench.
This timeless kitchen look features a chic pop of brass throughout the space. Red-brown island bar chairs draw the eye with a warm wash of color against the white and gray color scheme. A subway tile backsplash gives a marbled look to the wall beneath the range hood.
This bathroom was long and narrow, so the space needed to be opened up both functionally and visually, which was achieved by elevating everything off the floors. A black-and-white color palette with touches of gray keeps the design simple and clean, and dimension is added through a variety of textures—the marble subway tiles, mixed metals and using light grouting to juxtapose the black floor tiles.
These light and bright living, dining and kitchen areas feature an open concept allowing for easy transition between spaces. White cabinets and a subway tile backsplash decorate the kitchen, while a metal strap globe chandelier hang over the dining table. Yellow pillows and an area rug accent the living room.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed a dirty and cramped kitchen into a contemporary space fit for a chef. To achieve the look, she installed a gray subway tile backsplash, chic modern cabinets, vein cut floor tile and sleek stainless steel appliances. Sarah avoided the cost of relocating the home's heating system by blending the radiator in with the kitchen's white trim.
A center island clad in a waterfall countertop houses deep drawers for extra kitchen storage. The dark island contrasts against the soft white cabinets and a subway tile backsplash, while glossy hardwood floors ground the kitchen. The entire space features an open floor plan that creates a family-friendly environment.
A cork floor displays a large light blue island with a polished gray countertop in this bright, contemporary kitchen. Shades of blue and yellow subway tile on the backsplash bring pops of extra color between the white upper cabinets and blue lower cabinets. Stainless steel appliances and chairs give a modern touch.
A gray accent wall acts as a backdrop for the subway tile shaped headboard design. White bed linens are decorated with a chevron throw blanket and pillows with a finishing sheen. Low nightstands have matching table lamps framing the bed and black and white car art mounted on the wall. A sliding glass door reveals a view to the balcony and lets in bright, natural light.
A focal point in the kitchen is the modern but retro-look slide in range in a vibrant teal. The color code of the range's finish was referenced to get an exact color match for the paint used for the lower cabinets. White marble countertops, subway tile backsplash and upper cabinets keeps the space light and airy.
A large center island creates an instant gathering spot for the whole family. The open floor plan kitchen used two colors to divide the space visually. All-white cabinets, countertops and a subway tile backsplash are used in the prep and dish-washing area, while dark gray cabinets, countertops and a granite backsplash make up the cooking area.
An unusual T-shaped kitchen island, which allows those perched on the stools to face each other, anchors this cottage-style kitchen. Deep blue subway tiles contrast with the cabinetry, a take on the classic nautical pairing of white and navy. A muted yellow wall color and warm-toned wood floors create an inviting charm throughout the space.
Glossy white upper cabinets contrast with oak lower cabinets for a cool modern look. The dark brown backsplash features 2" x 6" subway tile, adding some depth to the light and calm color scheme. A pair of contemporary pendant lights shake up the space with a bold and futuristic look.
This coastal kitchen and dining area features a long wooden dining table under an iron light fixture. White-painted wood chairs with patterned blue cushions surround the table. Blue bar chairs with nailhead finish provide extra seating facing the adjoining kitchen, while a blue subway tile backsplash in the kitchen provides a bright splash of color against the white cabinets. A wood inlay floor ties both spaces together.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson updated this century-old kitchen with stainless steel appliances, pretty subway tile backsplash and new custom white cabinetry. For a client who loves to cook, Sarah installed a gas stove with a large vent hood, double ovens, a wine fridge and a hidden dishwasher built into the cabinets.