This Paso Robles clubhouse not only pops with vibrant colors, but designer Victoria Rogers also makes a modern statement with architectural features she chose for the room. The see-through dividing wall continues the openness of her design, while the white tile flooring in the center of the room throws light onto the floor in an interesting way. Moreover, the wall housing the television embraces a modern, futuristic appearance.
A set of chairs, one black and one white, are seated at the island creating space to cook and work in this country kitchen. An arched opening in the brick accent wall frames the stove area and neutral tile backsplash. Matte blue cabinetry adds soft color to the neutral palette, and natural wood details finish the country design.
Gindesigns transformed a previous wine bar into the Beckrew Wine House, in Houston’s Upper Kirby District. Clad in sophisticated quartzite, the bar is lengthened and faces a rustic white brick accent wall with open shelving. The facade of the bar features a mosaic of hexagon tiles and large geometric chandeliers by Adamlamp highlight seating areas.
Stylish white cabinets with a matching range hood line the wall in the open design of this eat-in kitchen. A decorative neutral and brown tile backsplash matches the hues in the copper-colored marble countertops. The water color look on the green, yellow and blue pendant lights adds life and color to the space.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, with the help of interior designer Jorge Da Rosa, the home owner's created an open, functional kitchen-to-living-room space perfect for entertaining. Warm-toned brown walls and medium-dark hardwood floors contrast with the crisp white ceiling and grey and white kitchen cabinets. Occasional splashes of color, like the green tiled backsplash and the yellow inside the cabinets add contrast and visual interest.
This modern spa bathroom boasts an air of elegance and relaxation. Neutral tile flooring coats the floor and creates the walls for the tub. Natural wood cabinets are a beautiful understated touch. An olive green countertop adds soft color under the brightly lit twin mirrors. A modern white sofa creates a lounge area to complete the space.
A pocket door offers a space-conscious, seamless transition into the bathroom. Black flooring outside the bathroom creates a bold contrast against the white walls. Moving into the bathroom, tile flooring complements the neutral stripes at the bottom of the shower curtain. An African basket provides stylish laundry storage, and open shelves save space while keeping things organized.
This white-walled master bathroom is eclectic and informal, with a mix of furniture pieces that offer a break from the typical built-in cabinetry. The clawfoot tub's black finish is echoed in the lighting and on the door trim, drawing the eye through the space. Brightly colored tile adds distinction to the walk-in shower.
The homeowners were ready to update their 80-year-old home in a historic part of Nashville. The old kitchen was impossibly small and impractical, but Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri remove walls to open up the floor plan, install sleek white cabinets that contrast against the multi-colored tiled backsplash and create a large island with plenty of prep space.
Call it a mirrored mirror -- this mirror within a double frame of mirrored tiles edged in wood reflects nicely on an artistic lamp with rectangular white shade on a marble-topped vintage wood credenza. A striped throw, in colors to match the wall art, in a woven basket puts coziness at easy access.
The smooth dark wood of the cabinetry pops against the light, neutral marble tile of the floor and bright, white ceiling. The beautiful cherry-colored countertop perfectly displays the unique Asian vases and the flowers, bringing a small touch of color. In the background, a rectangle table with square stools can be pulled out for seating or stored easily against the wall.
The shelves and frames for the custom barn doors in this kitchen have been stained to match the cabinets and the base for the kitchen island. The natural color of the wood is infused with a hint of charcoal to coordinate these details with the cabinets and the gray and white tile floor and wall. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.
The elements of this restaurant perfectly blend together to make customers feel as if they are spending the day at the beach. The blue and white mosaic tile floor bring out the vibrant blue of the ocean, which reflects off the white walls and white marble bar, creating the illusion of sand and sea. Natural light pours into the space from a large door and two large windows, making the space feel bright and warm. Lastly, the octopus that is suspended from the ceiling put the finishing touch on the restaurant's oceanic ambiance.
Slip into this elegant, antique white tiled bathroom for a relaxing experience complete with an infinity edge bathtub. Bamboo wood panels line the vanity and bath area, while a stunning contemporary chandelier with dainty crystal accents hangs front he ceiling. A yellow and gray patterned wallpaper lines the vanity wall, adding a touch of color and texture to the space.
The 13-foot kitchen island features brilliant white quartz countertops and opens up to the pub-style dining room. A muted gray-green wall color pairs nicely with the reclaimed wood on the face of the island and the wood-wrapped beams. The runner is actually porcelain tile laid flush with the hardwood floors, creating a unique visual accent.
A light, bright kitchen makes the most of the basement space in this transitional home. The room features neutral walls, clean lines and white cabinetry. Wide windows take advantage of the views and bring in natural light. Quartz countertops, modern barstools and a glass tile backsplash give the room contemporary flair, and cabinetry extends to the ceiling to maximize storage.
In the master suite, designers created a warm focal point in the space with the fireplace. To create a bit of contrast, it was painted white with brown accent tiles to complement the tan walls. To help give the space a bit of privacy, curtains were hung on a wrought iron rods and half curtains attached to the large windows.
The most unique part of this Tudor kitchen is the unique vignette surrounding the oven. The state-of-the-art oven was created with a vintage look, despite it having all the modern day conveniences of a new appliance. Just above the oven, there is an inset in the white subway tile backsplash that provides a focal point for the kitchen, as well as a place to set spices and oil for easy access while cooking. The Vent-a-hood has been concealed behind drywall, painted and given moulding to make the space look a bit more elegant, while still keeping the modern necessities present in the kitchen.