Christa Ramey
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Subway tile backsplash and glass cabinets.

Cole Valley Kitchen - paint cabinets white, with existing white subway tile backsplash and stone countertop

Love this charcoal front door with the frosted glass on a brick house; For a similar look, try Pittsburgh Paint's "Phantom Mist 530-7".

Me and the Mister agreed charcoal is the color for our door/porch. Love this charcoal front door with the frosted glass on a brick house; For a similar look, try Pittsburgh Paint's "Phantom Mist

Love the door color.. door paint color: wrought iron by benjamin moore trim paint color: westhighland white by sherwin williams

Love the door color. door paint color: wrought iron by benjamin moore trim paint color: westhighland white by sherwin williams. Would love this gray color for the front entry door.everything looks good on a charcoal gray door!

The gray subway tiles in this kitchen help highlight the creamy cabinets! More backsplash ideas: http://www.bhg.com/kitchen/backsplash/subway-tile-backsplash/?socsrc=bhgpin070414coordinatedcountertops&page=13

Subway Tile Backsplash - off-white on cabinet Grey subway tiles with grey and white granite. A light gray island and shades of gray subway tile.

Key Interiors by Shinay: Cottage Kitchen Ideas

I love big kitchen sinks. I never understood why someone would want a small sink or one that is broken up into two sections. This should only be done if the sink is extra extra large, in my opinion. I like my sink big enough to stick a whole turkey.