Tone-on-tone neutrals create an airy effect in the kitchen. Crisp white marble and creamy subway tile keep the surfaces bright and pearly, while recessed and interior cabinet lighting illuminate the nooks and crannies in the space.
Joanna Gaine's kitchen design included plenty of open shelving, further contributing to an open and airy feel in the redefined space. She also sidestepped her often preferred choice of subway tile backsplash in favor of handmade tile in muted blue and white, a favorite color combination of client Stacie Childers.
A custom traditional vanity, sleek modern toilet and gray subway tile shower make the most of limited space in this small bathroom. The simple color palette in black, white and gray helps the room feel polished and clean.
This chic country kitchen has beautiful dark cabinetry that offsets the crisp white paneling and sea foam green walls. Modern meets Southern Victorian style with mismatched overhead lighting, a subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a marble countertop.
The aqua blue cabinets in this country-inspired kitchen instantly cheer you up. The white countertops, kitchen island and subway tile backsplash enhance the fresh, airy feel. Pink and yellow accents keep the room from feeling too washed out.
The kitchen features custom inset painted white cabinetry with dark soapstone countertops and gray glazed subway tile backsplash, characteristic of a Cape Cod home. Custom wood hood over the range provides a beautiful focal point and better ventilation to the room.
When set against white walls, cabinets and a matching subway tile backsplash, the blue island and black barstools in this kitchen look even more dramatic. Two matte-black caged pendant lights complement the stools and so help tie the space together.
This elegant bathroom seems part of the lush environment outside with a long window that lets in all the greenery. Glass walls help the shower area visually disappear. Hardwood floors warm up the white tub, paneling and subway tile backsplash.
A natural wood butcher block acts as an island, adding extra counter and prep space to this cottage-inspired kitchen. Clean-lined white cabinets pair with black countertops and a subway tile backsplash for a welcoming, family-friendly space.
Lush, jungle green wallpaper fills this bathroom with vibrant color and is chicly contrasted with crisp black, white and gold accents. Subway tile in the shower and a grate-like partition wall playfully nods to the home's New York City location.
An all-white color creates a timeless setting for the English cottage home. Long linear drawer pulls are added to the clean-front cabinets, which are clad in simple white countertops. Classic subway tile is used for the backsplash, and a brass light fixture adds a vintage note to the space.
This light and bright open concept kitchen features white cabinets and a subway tile backsplash, while also providing immediate access to the dining room. A metal globe strap chandelier hangs above the wooden dining table and metallic pendant lights illuminate the kitchen peninsula.
A custom-built metal vanity with wood drawers is topped by brass-accented mirrors and a backlit panel. The vanity's white concrete countertop sits flush with its metal frame and flows seamlessly with the white vessel sinks and subway tile backsplash. Vintage drawer pulls give a nod to the period of the house.
The kids' bathroom was updated to be bright and durable without breaking the budget. The gray vanity helps to break up the white tile, and the brass fixtures add a subtle bit of warmth. The flooring was a splurge since the homeowner loved it, but the budget was balanced using simple subway tile on the walls.
This modern master bathroom features a double vanity with a white porcelain vessel sink, wall mounted faucets, subway tile, integrated storage cubbies, a glass shower, and an overhead transom along with a window panel with floor to ceiling glazing which brings in natural light.
Green subway tiles adds a playful pop of color to this transitional kitchen, contrasting nicely with the white farmhouse sink and cabinets. A large window and pendant light ensure that the room is airy and bright, no matter what time of day it is.
With all-white cabinets and a matching subway tile backsplash, this open plan kitchen called for countertops that would create a cool visual contrast. The designers chose a dark black -- almost onyx-like -- granite and added it to the island, too, to tie the space together.
This kitchen is bright and classic. The black fixtures and honed black granite counter surround give a wonderful contrast to the white cabinets and subway tile backsplash. The eat in breakfast nook is large enough to seat 6-8 and has a ton of natural light.