Pretty, shiney backsplash with accents At Oakley Farm, a 19th-century manor in northern Virginia, decorator Katie Ridder and architect Peter Pennoyer designed kitchen cabinets that extend to the ceiling to take advantage of often-wasted space; a rolling library ladder provides easy access to out-of-reach shelves.
Shiney, handmade-looking, beautiful backsplash! plays off color of island. Add architectural charm to a kitchen otherwise lacking in character-rich details by embellishing the cabinets with crown molding or wooden support brackets. These architectural elements are affordable and available at home centers in a variety of sizes and styles.
A light green backsplash adds refreshing color to this neutral kitchen. The classic subway tile shape blends with clean, traditional-style cabinetry, while the subtle hue lends modern flair. Brimming with views of the outdoors, the gentle green tiles also bring a touch of nature into the kitchen work space.
Love the diamond, textured backsplash Room to Dine & Unwind Open to the kitchen, the dining area exemplifies a casual style. A dining set with wicker chairs, a dark-stained table, and colorful flowers provide a cozy area to entertain guests. A neutral color palette looks sophisticated and allows design flexibility with accent colors.
Creamy White Kitchen The dark finishes of the floors and the island's top add warmth to the creamy white kitchen. A pair of antique wooden chandeliers over the island completes the look and lends a sense of age to a brand-new house.