Decade-adent: Classic Subway Tiles
Shag carpeting. Olive green refrigerators. Geometric patterns. Trends come and go. So isn't it delightful when we see a design element that spans decades? The original subway tile is one of few design elements that remains every bit as popular today as it was when it was first invented. And - in the case of the subway tile - that would be the early 1900's. You probably already know that, as its name suggests, the tile was originally used in subway systems. It became known for its durability…
Kitchen Cooktop with Gray Quatrefoil Mosaic Tiles - Transitional
Gorgeous quatrefoil mosaic cooktop tiles framed by white beveled subway tiles serve as the backsplash for a stainless steel range positioned beside flat faced white drawer and white shaker cabinets topped with a black granite countertop and fitted with round glass pulls.
My new kitchen! Tahoe cabinets in Silk; New Venetian Gold granite; beveled subway tile in Bright Bone; walls in Killam Beige (Sherwin Wliams); trim in Alabaster (SW); classic satin nickel pulls; under cabinet lighting. I'm in love with our selections!!!
Marble Hex Shower Tiles - Eclectic - bathroom - Amber Interiors
I like this with exception to the heavy bottom of the island - too much for me - would like it cleaner lines and also under the sink - too traditional for me and seems to come out which is odd from the rest of the cabinets. Weird transition to ceiling. LOVE the black light fixture. small splash of black - great idea. I might have done a less glossy backsplash. like the black marble. not sure of backsplah all the way up to molding.
Victoria McKenney on Instagram: “As a secondary kitchen/ servery we wanted to create an interesting backsplash without investing a lot. We created a herringbone patttern…”
334 Likes, 11 Comments - Victoria McKenney (@enviabledesigns) on Instagram: “As a secondary kitchen/ servery we wanted to create an interesting backsplash without investing a…”