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.
Keeping with the ultra-detailed design of the Victorian home, this updated kitchen shows off plenty of interesting features. A gorgeous white subway-tile backsplash and white cabinetry contrast beautifully against the dark concrete countertop. A coffered ceiling gives the room depth, while the red kitchen island brings in a bright splash of color.
As seen on Home Town, the Burcham residence in Laurel, MS has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. The kitchen now features new high-end custom cabinets, quartz countertops, and a new subway tile backsplash.
A deep farmhouse sink with a brushed nickel faucet make washing dishes a breeze in this kitchen featured on Property Brothers . The black countertops pop against the white subway tile backsplash in the transitional space.
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.
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.