The kitchen bay windows frame a view of the Pacific Ocean. Beautiful walnut cabinetry frames the space, topped with a green granite. Glazed gray floor tile compliments the muted tone of the countertop to ground the space. Colorful house plants decorate the countertop for a bright and homey finishing touch.
This bathroom is full of beautiful colors and patterns: painted and glazed tiles make up the backsplash and countertop. The sink is painted ceramic and the mirror has a delicate painted pattern as well.
A marble tub and shower are separated by a marble half wall for privacy while maintaining the open loft feel. Natural light from windows above reflects off the glazed tile ceiling, providing light for the bathroom area.
The original oak coffered ceiling was restored to complement the bespoke American Walnut kitchen cabinets in this traditional kitchen design. The refrigerator is blended in to match the cabinets creating a cohesive look around the room. Green granite countertop and gray glazed tile flooring add cool tones to the color scheme to keep the room feeling light.
Walnut cabinets and handmade, glazed ceramic tiles restore period authenticity to this Pacific Palisades Estate. The tile runs up the wall to create a backsplash over the sink and vanity. Built in shelving provides easy and organized towel storage beside the bathtub.
As seen in the HGTV Dream Home 2012, carpet segues to glazed porcelain tile flooring in the guest bathroom, where a 7-foot, quartz-topped maple vanity offers undercounter storage drawers. The dark wood finish gives this bathroom a masculine feel.
The kitchen features custom inset painted white cabinetry with dark soapstone countertops and gray glazed subway tile backsplash, characteristic of a Cape Cod home. Custom wood hood over the range provides a beautiful focal point and better ventilation to the room.
Hand made and glazed artisan tile flooring expands into the conservatory connecting it to the kitchen seamlessly through the arched doorway. Natural light creates an inviting and sunny look over the light, neutral colors. Walnut elements add a warmth to the room and accentuate the traditional design.
Located in the original Detroit Fire Department Headquarters, a circa-1929 Neoclassical building, the Detroit Foundation Hotel opened in 2017. Authentic firehouse features, such as the iconic red arched doors where the fire engines would pass, have been maintained. Original glazed brick tiles seamlessly mesh with modern lighting fixtures by Incite Design.
The rift-cut oak wood cabinetry was resourced from a LEED Certified manufacturer that utilizes responsible forestry and manufacturing processes. Handmade, glazed ceramic tiles weave through open shelving for ready access to continually used items. Durable quartz countertops grace both the kitchen perimeter and the twin islands, creating practical and abundant work spaces for multiple users.