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 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 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.
Black subway tile makes a smart backsplash for this Art Deco bathroom (that's Marilyn Monroe approved). Upper walls are covered in heathered gray wallpaper, a strong contrast to the tiles' glossy finish.
As seen on House Hunters Renovation, Meghan McElroy renovated this kitchen into an ideal mix of modern functionality and retro art deco style. Black cabinetry with glass fronts compliment the stainless steel appliances and mosaic tile above the oven area while white counters and apron sink along with neutral tile backsplash lighten up the space.
The look may be vintage but the bathroom hardware is entirely present day. This black and white tile shower features a standard chrome shower head and faucets but also includes a handheld fixture for added user convenience. A small bench of marble and tile completes the package.
Glitz and glamour rule the day in the Art Deco-style formal dining where mirrored wall tiles reflect light off the walls. A mirror tops the oval table as well where up to fourteen can comfortably gather.
Designers used rose gold glass tiles for the backsplash and black marble countertops. For the floor, black and white oak stone was cut at a 45-degree angle and laid asymmetrically for a wow visual statement.
The homeowners' two young girls requested "pink" and "sparkly," and this room delivers. Using a darker shade of pink on the ceiling, a mature print on the roman shades and an Art Deco inspired chandelier meets the girls' desires while keeping the room from feeling too juvenile. Carpet tiles are durable and easy-to-clean, making them a perfect choice in a kid's room.
Built-in cabinets with clean lines provide much-needed storage in this elegant bathroom. The walk-in shower features monochromatic marble tile walls, black-and-white contrasting floor tiles and a glass door. The open vanities create a light and airy atmosphere.