Ceramic tiles in beautiful ocean and sky blues bring soothing colors to this space in addition to custom teak border and shelving above the soaking tub, open glass shower, recessed lighting, travertine floors, a double vanity with vessel sinks, integrated shelving for storage, and a wall hung toilet.
Artwork by Miggie Wong and Renae Barnard adds interest to the vanity area in the master bathroom. Neutral ceramic tile covers the floor and half the wall creating a backsplash over the countertop. Walnut cabinetry adds beautiful warmth to the calming tones of the design.
This mudroom features lots of storage, coat hooks for the family's children and lots of storage. Shelving and handrails are made of reclaimed lumber and the ceramic tile floor is ready for muddy Oregon boots.
This kitchen makeover included new white Shaker cabinets and sleek, glossy white countertops. The designer removed the drop ceiling to open up the space and added a light gray and white backsplash for a splash of muted color. New stainless steel appliances and a brown ceramic tile floor finish off the overall look.
In many rooms, the tilework may simply provide a necessary background, but in this bathroom the ceramic tiles add quite a bit to the mood. The stunning light gray tiles in this room reflect both the natural light pouring in from the window and the soft light of the chandelier.
Low-maintenance laminate flooring offers an enormous variety of styles, colors and patterns. It's similar to engineered wood in that a top wear layer is backed by layers of plywood or compressed fiber backing that is extremely stable. The big difference is that the top layer is not real wood but a plastic coating applied over a photograph. The photo-realism technology that’s used produces look-alike finishes indistinguishable from real wood and other materials such as stone, ceramic tile, even stained concrete.
Incorporating textural differences into your master bath will not only create an excellent design plan, but will also add depth to your space. This master bath combines the textures of hardwood flooring, ceramic and tile to create subtle differences in line and shape while maintaining the overall neutral color scheme of the room.
The ceramic tile backsplash mimics the chevron pattern of the wood floors for a cohesive look in this transitional kitchen. A plaster range hood in bright white provides striking contrast against the dark cabinetry.
The dorm-style bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2011 was designed to accommodate large groups with three ceramic vessel sinks and floor-to-ceiling shelving. The red tiled countertop provides a splash of color in the overall neutral space.
Drew Scott's team on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother remodeled this outdated kitchen, installing vinyl flooring with a hardwood look, modern ceramic tile backsplash, new cabinets, quartz countertops and new appliances.