It wraps all of the walls in the space and was used on the enormous island as well. It is, without a doubt, the center point in this working room!
White subway tile is overused. I adore color!" Even if you don't like patterns, pick a tile that is entirely blue, green, or pink—it's an opportunity to experiment.
The natural variation in hue and imperfections in the glaze and edging imbue the room with so much depth.
White tiles with a teal blue trim flank either side of the range to bring the color throughout the area.
Ceramic tiles glazed with hues generated from industrial metal waste are a great way to update your backsplash.
The floor tiles, which combine both, are a bespoke mosaic design reminiscent of an old-school Paris café.
Rather than embracing pre-war in its aesthetic, we stripped it and went very clean and modern.
Honey-colored paint envelops the room, infusing it with warmth. The aesthetic is completed with wood worktops and a single row of merlot-toned square tiles.
The mirrored backsplash above the countertops and under the cabinets reflects even more light.
For a cohesive look, the backsplash and counters are made of the same material, black granite from SMC Stone.