This updated guest bathroom features a shower with large subway tile, bath accessory niche, and brand new fixtures. Throughout the house, the Marron Cohiba granite was used as countertop material to help with cost, as well as keep some high contrast and interest with its organic, textured finish.
White cabinets and black kitchen appliances pop against the gray paint and gray subway tile on the walls of this Traditional kitchen. Bowls of fresh fruit on the marble countertop add a splash of color against the grays and the neutral tile floor.
Gorgeous angled windows produce a greenhouse feel in this bright and airy kitchen. A beautiful hardwood floor adds texture and contrast to the stunning space. White Shaker cabinets pair with gray granite countertops to complete the fresh design.
White subway tile with dark grout and heavy wood beams trimming a vaulted ceiling offer depth to the design of this sunny white kitchen. Walls of windows overlook this home's wooded property and the adjacent lake, and the kitchen includes professional-grade appliances for the serious home chef.
This stylish kitchen features a gray subway tile backsplash paired with white and gray marble countertops. Brushed nickel fixtures line the kitchen island sink, while a glass pendant light hangs above. Built-in wooden shelves provide the perfect spot for displaying bold red cookware.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott installed new terrazzo tile floors and a custom vanity with under-mounted his-and-hers sinks in this master bathroom. White subway tile surrounds the new tub and rain shower.
Gray Terrazzo tile lines the floors of this master bathroom, while white subway tiles house the luxurious tub and its surrounding walls. A sheepskin rug softens the space, while a vase of fresh flowers brightens the neutral color palette.
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.
Designers chose to go white with this small bathroom to make up for its tiny size and limited natural light. A period sink and tub added architectural details and penny and subway tiles gave a simple and timeless feel.