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Janice McCarty White Themed Kitchens & Baths
I love the idea of White walls plain or textured wallpapered or Tiled as a backdrop for all of one’s stuff. Objects of Art collections and the everyday items that are left out for use. Then when organized with a place to put all items of use back in or not it still somehow looks orderly and comfy because of some sort of common thread could be one’s lifestyle or personal tastes or contrast colors but it represents you and your lifestyle within your home. Some pics are from Janice McCarty Design and other pictures are of concepts by other wonderful Designers that we wanted to share and inspire through this idea book.
Simple small matte square tiles and subway tile back-splash used to create a counter top in a studio kitchen.
The use of tiles and vessel sink to update an old tiny bathroom vanity
The illusions created with the mirror and glass and greenery against the white. Breath taking!
Simple classic use of plain old subway tiles in yet another small apartment bathroom. Once all Yellow and Green tiles. Feels so much brighter and spacious.
The White walls as the backdrop and the use of open decorative storage solutions in a small apartment bathroom.
This old apartment bathroom was covered in Gray tiles from the 80s. Now has a clean fresh start with the use of the White subway tiles and a little Black accent.
Traditional with a modern touch to this condo bathroom using white subway tiles and skylight and mirrors. Also has cement floors which you can not see in this photo but gives it a Modern contrast.
Love the all over use of the old Octagonal style tiles used in a Modern way. Looks like they have a sheen to them. Floating shelf and vessel sink. Beautiful Design plan.
The old looking white subway tiles with cement walls and floors. beautiful wood table top and Eames chairs with the scrumptious leather covers!
All is swell but god I love the pendant lights to add character to the traditional built ins. Looks like marble too nice,
Wood floating Storage shelves on what looks like really truly old subway tiles.