Subway tiles inject a room with a lot more dimension than a flat paint, as evidenced in this kitchen designed by Catherine Kwong. This one designed by Akin Atelier feels open and ethereal, because of the wall-to-wall mirrors. In this kitchen by Romanek Design Studio, one of the partitions is roofed in a slab of natural stone while the other is lined with edgy matte black tiles. Not only does this create a cool, surprising contrast, however it additionally cuts cost, as tiles are extra inexpensive than pure stone surfaces. Designed by Matthew Ferrarini, this kitchen is bursting with clever small-area solutions. The folding wooden pocket doors conceal the entire counter and cabinet area towards the wall, however after they’re open, the glossy assertion tiles add so much personality. In a small kitchen, every inch must be both useful and talk the right style statement, so creating a unique backsplash is well-advised.
We love the way in which the identical shade and end has been applied to the partitions and the cupboards, making the ornamental elements of the kitchen stand out. The addition of marble completes the luxurious, eclectic look. If youâ€™re working with a small space, consider contrasting the cabinetry. This black and white kitchen is balanced perfectly which creates a sleek, clean look.
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Subway tiles envelop the entire of this kitchen in an house on Manhattanâ€™s Upper East Side designed by Tom Scheerer and architect Gil P. Schaferâ€”from the backsplash to the partitions. Ceramic tiles cowl an entire wall of this light-filled kitchen in a Marin County, California, cottage designed by Nicole Hollis. JAS Design BuildA stone sink can add texture and color to a cooking house. In this rustic farmhouse kitchen by JAS Design Build, a soapstone instance pairs beautifully with … Read More