Thoughtful design turns this small kitchen into an extremely user-friendly space. For baking projects, there's a lower countertop with a crema marfil marble top. The adjacent counter conceals a cutting board that slides out for easy access. Vertical cabinet accents continue into the backsplash.
This master bathroom is a luxurious retreat contrasting classic tile and fixtures with vintage lighting and rich color. The centerpiece of the room is the oval jetted tub with a stunning chandelier overhead. The tile, counters and flooring are crema marfil marble with honey onyx accents.
Small details such as a magnifying makeup mirror and an additional medicine cabinet were incorporated on his and hers sides. The countertops were crema marfil with a beveled edge to match the beveled pencil liners which blends perfectly with the Diana Royale tiles. Embracing light and neutral tones, this bathroom shines out in all its glory.
This bath's vanity is the picture of elegance. A crema marfil marble counter and vessel sink are displayed on a simple but beautiful custom made iron base. A fresh orchid adds a pop of year-round color in this otherwise neutral space. The ornate sconces are mounted atop silk wallcoverings and bookend a rattan-framed mirror.
In this kitchen, the mix of materials was created not by a tile manufacturer, but by the designer. Brigitte Fabri, CMKBD, of Drury Designs, wanted to create a "castle wall" effect in this kitchen, without detracting from the room's focal point — the copper hood. For most of the backsplash, she chose a large scale 12x24 'Crema Marfil' limestone because the larger the tile, the fewer distracting grout lines. Behind the range, a honed glass tile called 'Malaga Cove Wings' by Stone & Pewter was used.