Kitchen Wall Tile Designs & Ideas
Giulietti Schouten Weber Architects
Boor Bridges Architecture
Photo by Nicholas V. Ruiz
Kathy Kunz Interiors
Zoë Noble Photography A labour of love that took over a year to complete, the evolution of this space represents my personal style whilst respecting rental restrictions. With an emphasis on the significance of individual objects and some minimalist restraint, the multifunctional living space utilises a high/low mix of furnishings. The kitchen features Ikea cupboards and custom shelving. A farmhouse sink, oak worktop and vintage milk pails are a gentle nod towards my country roots.
James Yochum Photography
A Kitchen That Works LLC
The original kitchen was designed and built by the original homeowner, needless to say neither design nor building was his profession. Further, the entire house has hydronic tubing in gypcrete for heat which means to utilities (water, ventilation or power) could be brought up through the floor or down from the ceiling except on the the exterior walls. The current homeowners love to cook and have a seasonal garden that generates a lot of lovely fruits and vegetables for both immediate consumption and preserving, hence, kitchen counter space, two sinks, the induction cooktop and the steam oven were all 'must haves' for both the husband and the wife. The beautiful wood plank porcelain tile floors ensures a slip resistant floor that is sturdy enough to stand up to their three four-legged children. Utilizing the three existing j-boxes in the ceiling, the cable and rail system combined with the under cabinet light illuminates every corner of this formerly dark kitchen. The rustic knotty alder cabinetry, wood plank tile floor and the bronze finish hardware/lighting all help to achieve the rustic casual look the homeowners craved. Photo by A Kitchen That Works LLC
Photography: Lisa Sze
Superior Woodcraft, Inc.
Beautiful NYC kitchen incorporates black limba wood, various metals, custom stainless steel cabinetry, reclaimed glass and many other industrial materials to create a stunning gem. LED lights on floating shelves provide wonderful accent lighting. This one of a kind custom kitchen was created through the combined energies of Threshold Interiors and Superior Woodcraft of Doylestown, Pa. Credits: Threshold Interiors, Superior Woodcraft - custom cabinetry, Photo Credit Randl Bye
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
This loft apartment is on Portland’s NW 13th Avenue, one of Portland’s most interesting streets. Located in the recently transformed Pearl District, the street is a busy ensemble of shops and apartments housed in late-19th and early-20th-century loft warehouse structures, with the buildings largely intact as originally built, including special features such as water towers, loading docks, old brick, and original painted signs. Photos by Lincoln Barbour.
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
Photography: Peter A. Sellar / www.photoklik.com