“I wanted storage above the hood since you can never have too much,” says homeowner Lynielle Long, who included just two sets of glass doors for glassware and china storage. A wall of marble tile set in a herringbone pattern is easily wiped down and adds subtle dimension. The countertops utilize two tones of quartz: “Blizzard White” on the counters and “London Fog” on the island.
For tailored panache, the doors of the closets in this bedroom were finished with a brown tweed pattern. A dresser and mirror tucked between them lets occupants do a quick once over before heading out for the day.
A bold mix of patterns and an overall neutral color palette blend perfectly in this luxurious, eclectic bathroom. The stylish black vanity provides contrast against the white subway tile wall and gorgeous white soaking tub.
This cottage-inspired kitchen's main attraction is the stunning herringbone-patterned flooring that pairs well with marble countertops and rustic wood stools. The vaulted wood-paneled ceiling is painted white to add height to the room.
Simple and understated, this bathroom tile floor, envisioned by Pure Design Interiors, shows how a pattern variation can heighten a room's overall aesthetic. Although dissimilar from the gray block-style pattern laid on the wall and in the shower stall, this herringbone pattern on the floor adds depth and a slightly 3-D effect to a home component that is often overlooked when designing a bathroom.