This bathroom has color to spare thanks to a beautiful blue mosaic tile border, a pattern repeated on the floor. The ceiling carries the same hue, while natural light from the skylight keeps the small space feeling bright and open.
Aqua-colored tiles pop against crisp white cabinets in this gorgeous coastal kitchen. Barstools line the beadboard-backed peninsula, providing a spot for impromptu dining. Fresh fruit and flowers add lively splashes of color to the space.
Two different accent tiles make a statement and add a pop of color against the large white tiles in this custom shower. A frameless glass enclosure creates a custom feel and lends contemporary flair to the transitional bathroom.
The sleek black countertops beautifully contrast the traditional recessed-panel white cabinetry. Stainless-steel appliances and clear Lacquer barstools add a fun dose of contemporary flair while the pretty blue-mosaic wall tile adds a hint of coastal style.
The aqua blue cabinets in this country-inspired kitchen instantly cheer you up. The white countertops, kitchen island and subway tile backsplash enhance the fresh, airy feel. Pink and yellow accents keep the room from feeling too washed out.
The neutral sectional in this great room is adorned with brown throw pillows. The aqua and rust colors are found in the artwork as well as in accents in the space. An ultra thick shag area rug adds comfort, sound absorption and texture to the tile floored room.
The doors and staircase are trimmed in white to beautifully contrast the bold aqua wall in coastal-style home. Blue mosaic tile on the stair risers complement the wall color and add visual interest to the dark wood stairs.
Blue, green and white mosaic tiles create a unique design in the shower that reminds one of ocean waves. Disguised in the design, a shower nook stores all of your essentials, and a solid white bench is available to rest and relax if need be.
Parquet flooring and a dramatic, tiled faux water feature add interest to this traditional home's second-level main entry. Neutral colors dominate the light-filled space, allowing visual interest to come from architectural detail, use of texture and strategically placed pops of color. To create the "water" feature on the accent wall, the design team installed soft aqua quatrefoil tile behind a textured acrylic panel, using directional lighting to give it a waterfall effect.
This master bathroom is beachy, blue dream, with blue and green mosaic tiles, glass vases in different shades of blue, a clawfoot tub, a weathered metal pendant light, and a stone tile floor. The arch of the vaulted ceiling echoes is mirrored in the arched inset shelves.