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Results found for "subway tile"

  • Updated 40's Vintage Kitchen, Wanting to keep the flavor of our little vintage 1940's kitchen while bringing it into the new millennium, we refurbished the original cabinets with their wonderful period details and constructed some new ones to match which accommodate new commercial-grade appliances. We added soapstone counters, a farmhouse-style sink, a subway tile back splash and a true linoleum, non-vinyl, floor in keeping with the period. The window seat is also original to the room and the pale robins egg blue color on the ceiling is one of my favorite features., Kitchens Design

    Updated 40's Vintage ...

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  • Small Avocado Green Bathroom Out... Subway Tile and Chrome In,  A small single sink, avocado green tiled bathroom was transformed into a more contemporary functional space.  The existing cast iron tub was the only item spared.  The tub only functioned as a tub, so we plumbed a shower for the tub.  Also, we added an additional sink. Adding a pocket door gave us the ability to add a small storage closet behind the shower.  A new cabinet was placed over the toilet along with recessed medicine cabinets for additional storage space. We vented the bath and since there is no window in the bathroom, we added recessed lighting and wall sconces. , Bathrooms Design

    Small Avocado Green ...

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  • Bye-bye knotty pine!, We updated our 1950's original knotty pine kitchen with a more traditional look., Kitchens Design

    Bye-bye knotty pine!

    13 photos, 3,391 Views, Flag

  • Combined Laundry Room and Powder Room Renovation, The number one priority in our recent home remodel was to reconfigure the laundry room and powder room areas.  Our contractor reversed the two adjoining spaces to enter into the powder room first, with a pocket door leading into the laundry room.  No more stumbling over laundry baskets on your way to the bathroom!  The new laundry space includes elevated front load washer and dryer, Silestone Lyra quartz countertop, white subway tile backsplash, and Marmoleum flooring with inlay that is continuous between the two spaces.  To further the vintage look of the powder room, we repeated the use of Silestone Lyra, which looks like classic marble, for the countertop.  We designed a curved backsplash and added a cross handle faucet to enhance the classic vintage look of the vanity piece.   Sconces were repeated on either side of the oval mirror., Other Spaces Design

    Combined Laundry Roo...

    7 photos, 878 Views, Flag

  • Farmhouse Kitchen Before & After, What started as a dark and dreary spec kitchen, transforms in to a bright and inviting space with tons of character! Work in progress photos on my blog, the Stiers Aesthetic., Kitchens Design

    Farmhouse Kitchen Be...

    8 photos, 3,032 Views, Flag

  • My New Hotel Spa Master Bathroom--Small But Exquisitely Done!, I renovated my 1976 old, ugly, and small (8 1/2' X 6') bathroom with pink walls, tub, and sink and transformed it into a comfortable and inviting hotel spa bathroom that is the envy of my entire condominium building--all for $10,000 (but it looks like I paid more!). , Bathrooms Design

    My New Hotel Spa Ma...

    15 photos, 2,267 Views, Flag

  • My white and green kitchen, I wanted to create a kitchen with a breakfast nook, even though the space was limited. I wanted a white country feel but I also like modern., Kitchens Design

    My white and green ki...

    9 photos, 468 Views, Flag

  • Master Bathroom Redo, My husband and I revamped our outdated 90's country traditional master bathroom to a traditional and contemporary spa-like design.  I designed the space and my husband did all of the work himself., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom Redo

    4 photos, 360 Views, Flag

  • Guest bath with Bling!, This space was transformed from a laundry room to a very fun modern and unique guest bathroom.  Because I took a huge risk by using a variety of  textures and finishes that aren't typically used together I consider this one of my most complex and well thoughtout designs!  My friends that looked at me like I was nuts when I showed them my plans are now asking for help with their projects-I am very happy I stuck with my gut on this one.  I relocated my laundry facilities into a hallway closet space.  See my other uploads-the new laundry closet turned out better than I could have ever expected.  , Bathrooms Design

    Guest bath with Bling...

    9 photos, 6,132 Views, Flag

  • French Inspired kitchen redo, This was a very boring tract house kitchen that I remodeled. I had the existing natural maple cabinets painted and distressed. We also removed a built in desk so that the homeowner could fit her treasured green hutch that was acquired for her previous home into the space. We had granite counters, stainless steel appliances and subway tile backsplash added. Also, new lighting and paint. Floors were refinished in an ebony stain. Furniture and window treatments are from the previous home I designed for her. The original island was removed and replaced with this custom piece., Kitchens Design

    French Inspired kitch...

    4 photos, 3,132 Views, Flag

  • Mustard Nightmare to Classic & Beautiful, A horrible yellow bathroom with fluorescent lighting & vinyl EVERYTHING was the first room to go when we moved in to our new house. After completely gutting the whole space, we added a solartube skylight, a gorgeous cast iron tub and a pedestal sink with matching toilet. We laid subway tile in the shower and hexagonal tile on the floor and put a yellow accent line in both. We love our new bathroom!, Bathrooms Design

    Mustard Nightmare to ...

    11 photos, 1,245 Views, Flag

  • 1930's Bathroom Gets a a Modern Classic Rehab , A cramped jack and Jill bath that was last renovated in 1933 adds space through a new layout of the space., Bathrooms Design

    1930's Bathroom Gets ...

    24 photos, 2,795 Views, Flag

  • Gray and White bathroom to fit any accessory, After my mom's house burnt down in a wildfire, we were able to create a space from scratch. These pictures were taken before she moved in and with a small attempt to "stage" the room. This bathroom is almost big enough to be handicap accesible. The simple color scheme lends itself to be flexible enough to fit any color or style of accessories. She alternates between purple (her fav) and red (which looks striking in that room)., Bathrooms Design

    Gray and White bathro...

    5 photos, 239 Views, Flag

  • Sunny AZ Kitchen, White, open kitchen with lots of natural light and wooden counter tops., Kitchens Design

    Sunny AZ Kitchen

    6 photos, 822 Views, Flag

  • Classic Vintage Bathroom, This small hallway bathroom was turned into a classic vintage bathroom w/ subway tile, white beadboard, pedestal sink, black and white octagonal floor tile., Bathrooms Design

    Classic Vintage Bathr...

    4 photos, 1,424 Views, Flag

  • Much needed redo, Neutral colors with a pop of teal and chocolate brown., Bathrooms Design

    Much needed redo

    10 photos, 739 Views, Flag

  • From 1953 to 2009 Before/After!, The last time the kitchen was done was 1953 and we believe that was the first time this 160 year old house ever had cabinets. 
The counter top was blue boomerang and so low that the dishwasher wouldn't fit under the counter. 
The dining area was knotty pine and the floors were layers of Linoleum and God knows what else!
After living with this kitchen for 10 years it was time for an update.  
We LOVE how it turned out.  I still can not believe this is the same space!!, Kitchens Design

    From 1953 to 2009 Bef...

    10 photos, 7,387 Views, Flag

  • Guest Bath, This bathroom we wanted to keep the cost at a minimum, but make it look like we spent a lot., Bathrooms Design

    Guest Bath

    6 photos, 604 Views, Flag

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