Mosaic tile creates a contrasting grid pattern for a striking floor in this Art Deco bathroom. Marble tiles are used on the walls for sophisticated, monochromatic look, while white sinks keep the space light and airy. Metallics, from the brass light fixtures and mirrors to the gold faucets and plumbing, bring an updated vintage feel to the space.
The fireplace and cabinetry were custom designed and built to match the beautiful Arts and Crafts detailing throughout the home. The owner specifically selected handmade tiles from Carreaux du Nord for the fireplace surround.
Switching out the window treatments in your kitchen can be a super quick and easy way to change up your decor. Have a decoration you’ve always loved, but the color just didn't go with the rest of your kitchen? Find a window treatment that brings that color in, or try something in your same kitchen colors with a new pattern. In this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winning kitchen, designer Cheryl Kees Clendenon installed a floral shade with grays and yellows to match the tile work and dishes already on display.
Inspired by David Hockney's 1978 artwork" Swimming Pool with Reflection," the shower is lined with glass mosaic tiles in shades of watery blues in the boy's bathroom at the San Francisco Decorators Showcase 2015. A built-in wall niche is unexpectedly edged with lighting and provides a spot for shower necessities.
This year interior designer Linda Woodrum went against the grain of mundane laundry rooms and enlivened the space with a sleek stainless steel accent wall and vibrant local artwork. “When you come up to the top of the stairs we have this amazing subway tile and we hung a cool piece of art on it and it’s just really beautiful with the shiny tile and the art,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
This powder room's got style! An impactful, black, tile wall is a unique and gorgeous for the space. A mirror with an art deco feel is the bathroom's centerpiece. Farmhouse-style vanity fixtures provide ample light, and a vessel-style sink in a floating counter adds classy simplicity.
Space beneath the staircase is fitted with a desk for a simple work space. Mounted wall art with brilliant, bold color pops against the white walls and neutral tones of the space. Glossy neutral tile reflects the light for a glowing finish.
Designer Justine Sterling transformed a low-ceiling basement space in a 1920s Colonial to create a studio. It’s a walkout basement with two windows providing decent light, but it was very ugly with exposed pipes, a horrible acoustic tile ceiling and old sticky vinyl flooring. At roughly 450 square feet, there was a good amount of space to create a project room for the children. The room is now a lively children's workspace.
Homeowner Wendy Chipman couldn't decide on a single style to surround her tub, so she collected various colors of tile that appealed to her. Without a sketch to work from, Wendy created a free-flowing design straight onto the wall. The claw foot tub is painted deep blue inside to coordinate with blue wall tiles, and a custom design on the ceiling offers an object for gazing while relaxing in a hot bath. Not feeling quite as creatively confident as Wendy? Take inspiration from an existing piece art, or a photo from nature, to fashion your own creation.
The floor of this boutique is a herringbone pattern tile that looks like wood to brighten up the space and pairs well with the fuchsia chairs. The jewelry display unit has panels of antique glass and brass framed shelves to coordinate with the custom clothing rack design
This elegant foyer features white marble tile floors in a herringbone pattern and a simple bench under an abstract wall painting. The white walls allow the wide crown molding and arched doorways to take center stage.