There are several features in this space that make the stylish, transitional design a bit more functional and luxurious. For example, the floor is comprised of a multi-color, claved slate that forms a pattern and is heated for comfort and warmth, creating a sunroom that is elegant and cozy, no matter the season.
Gorgeous glass doors open up to a spacious patio boasting exquisite stone tiled floors. A long wood table offers plenty of space for outdoor dining. Bright and bold striped chairs are a colorful addition to the neutral space.
Red tone stone tiles continue from the staircase to the floor of this downstairs hall space. The warm wood finish of the arched doorways compliments the red tones of the tile. Stacked natural stones frame one door adding texture against the smooth neutral walls.
This traditional eat-in kitchen boasts dark but warm cabinetry complemented with a large island. Three traditional chandeliers combined with recessed lighting and large windows prevent the space from being too dark.
The cabinets in this rustic contemporary kitchen were resurfaced with a cool gray color and neutral stone flooring was installed. Dark carpet on the nearby staircase contrasts nicely with the kitchen's light color scheme, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation.
This spacious great room features neutral stone tile flooring, a large dining table with wicker dining chairs, dual fireplaces, plush white furniture, and five glass French doors leading to the pool area outside.
Stone tile flooring surrounds this peaceful swimming pool set up in the backyard of this ranch home. A pair of striped red chairs and a trio of large turquoise vases add touches of color to the light, neutral tones of the space.
Large brown tiles coat the walls of this walk in shower bringing a darker hue to the surrounding neutral tones. The natural pebble flooring adds a spa-like texture and finish to the shower. A glass sliding door leads from the shower to the neutral stone bathroom flooring.
While not common in bedrooms on a top floor due to load, noise and instability of subfloor, natural stone tile is a popular choice for ranch-style homes in the hot Southwest since it has a cooler feel under foot. And in climates that experience some seasonal chill, stone works great with radiant heating because it maintains and distributes the heat better than wood. Photo courtesy of Inalco