Tonal arabesque tile backsplash brings a refined elegance to this kitchen with its glossy sheen. The wooden range hood surround adds a natural textural element. Classic white Shaker cabinets balance the mix of materials and finishes.
Moroccan-inspired tile creates a one-of-a-kind backdrop for this comfortable sitting room. Patterned tile offers interest underfoot, and arabesque tile provides a striking fireplace surround. Built-in benches supply comfortable seating, and world map pillows keep with the space's global feel.
Located conveniently next to the kitchen, this butler's pantry keeps wine glasses stowed away behind pretty glass cabinets. A miniature refrigerator keeps wine chilled and ready for serving. An arabesque tile backsplash adds interest to break up the black cabinetry.
To accommodate this large home and all its guests, a spacious laundry room is necessary to keep all the home's spaces clean and bright, and with the colorful arabesque tile backsplash, the useful space becomes a stylish addition to this Mediterranean home.
A large, stylish kitchen is the perfect relaxing space for the family to cook together, enjoy their meals and entertain their friends. White cabinets around the main section of the kitchen keep the space light and bright, while the blue, arabesque tile adds a splash of muted color. To add contrast and counter space, designers installed a kitchen island whose color scheme is the opposite of the rest of the kitchen-dark cabinets and white countertops-to add interest and create a transition between the kitchen and dining areas.
Tonal, arabesque glass tile backsplash creates a sophisticated look when paired with classic, white Shaker cabinetry. A stainless steel sink withstands daily wear better than a traditional porcelain farmhouse sink. The window over the sink brings in enough light to keep an indoor herb garden on the sill.
Red barrel-tiled awnings and white stucco exterior give this space a Spanish flair. Standard brick steps give way to concrete pavers that evoke the Moorish influence of southern Spain for this guesthouse. Three sets of double doors that open from floor to ceiling keep the guesthouse open to cooling breezes.
This gorgeous master bathroom doesn't stint on luxurious details: The countertops are Calacatta Crema Delicato marble with marble tiles on the floor and wall chosen to match. To add visual interest, the tiles are a mix of rectangular and arabesque shapes.