Mosaic tile set in diagonal rows creates an eye-catching niche for the shower head in this traditional shower. Marble sheathing the walls is interrupted by a decorative border, adding interest and drawing the eye throughout the space.
Textured tile creates a full-wall backsplash and a lovely focal point in this transitional master bathroom built for two. Checkerboard floor tile adds interest, and its diagonal arrangement visually expands the space. The ceiling fixture is by Currey & Co.
Neutral tiles laid on the diagonal ground this traditional sunroom. Beautiful windows surround the space, allowing in tons of natural light. A glass table surrounded by striped chairs is the perfect spot to dine with views of the outdoors.
Bun feet give this built-in bathroom vanity the feel of a freestanding piece of furniture. Mirrors with scalloped, antiqued frames add interest, while pale blue walls and tile floors set on a diagonal create the illusion of more space.
The black and white marble flooring creates not only an elegant look for this kitchen, but one that blends with the pristine look of its furniture and cabinetry. The diagonally-laid black tile counterbalances the predominance of white in the room.
A dramatic two-story foyer links to multiple living spaces and is crowned by an elegant chandelier and shapely windows. Corner niches offer a spot to display framed artwork and sculptures. A tile floor set on the diagonal highlights the architectural detail of the space.
Large square tiles laid on the diagonal ground this contemporary kitchen. Light blue cabinets are paired with sleek white countertops, and instead of upper cabinets, floating shelves are used to display favorite pottery and glassware. A large kitchen island features a waterfall countertop and extra prep sink.