Kitchen Lighting / August 29, 2018 / Norah Tierney.
At first glance this kitchen backsplash of square white tiles might not seem to qualify as bold. But upon closer observation, note the pink grout. Now that’s a bold choice to embrace a favorite color.
A Portland, Oregon, kitchen features a black-and-white photo mural as a backsplash. Dark red subway tile adds a zing of color to this black-and-white kitchen in a San Francisco Victorian.
Embossed with textures that look and feel surprisingly realistic. One of the most inexpensive flooring options on the market. Vinyl can approximate the look of pricier materials at a fraction of the cost.
The mosaic in a New York kitchen is made up of broken china. In a sweet and sentimental touch, the material over the range is primarily the homeowner’s own grandmother’s china.