Inlaid tile designs add interest to this elegant and neutral bathroom, part of a six-bedroom, seven-bath luxury ski cabin in Avon, Colorado. Frameless glass encloses the tile shower, while dual sinks offer function and convenience.
The centerpiece of this Mediterranean-inspired home's foyer is a beautiful mosaic tile inlay, featuring the curved lines you see throughout the space. Rich neutral tones of brown, gold and beige make for a warm and welcoming entry.
This contemporary bathroom features a glass-enclosed shower area with beige tiles that create a bright, open look. A turquoise accent wall provides a vibrant contrast to the bathroom's dark wood vanity and brown inlaid tile rug trimmed in green mosaic tiles.
Thin, vertically laid tile creates an accent backsplash panel that draws the eye in this stylish contemporary kitchen. Sleek, woodgrain cabinets surround the stainless steel refrigerator and add depth to the color scheme. Gray marble countertop on the island compliments the backsplash tile coloring.
This classic bathroom is full of pattern and texture from the grasscloth walls and herringbone-laid tile floor to the mix of gauzy and luxurious window treatments. The traditional vanity is clad in marble countertops for a elegant look.
Wicker furnishings with modern lines offer comfortable seating in this outdoor space, but it's the views that really steal the show. Earthy colors and inlaid tile offer subtle style touches, while plantings on the rooftop deck tie in with the surrounding landscape.
The chef-inspired kitchen showcases professional-grade appliances, a huge island with vegetable sink, gray granite countertops and rich brown cabinets. Diamond-laid tile is used for the flooring, while rustic stone creates a rustic backsplash behind the oven and range hood.
Granite slabs are the gold standard in stone countertops, but those slabs don’t come cheap, and the installation of the slabs isn’t going to be any easier to stomach, either. If you really want the look and feel of granite, though, you can still get it at a fraction of the cost with granite tiles. You don’t even have to source the material yourself: You can order kits online from Lazy Granite, and if you are disinclined to DIY, hire a tile installer to finish the job. You will still come out far ahead financially than you would have if you’d laid out the money for those granite slabs!
The elegant kitchen evokes Old World charm with a stacked stone wall, creamy traditional cabinets and diamond-laid tile flooring. A pair of wingback chairs make for a cozy seating area next to the wood-burning fireplace, while a wide arch opens the kitchen up to the living areas.
Rectangular tiles for the backsplash are laid vertically, creating height between countertops and open shelves. Warm woods contrast against the bright white walls and backsplash for a Scandinavian-inspired kitchen.