This kitchen's designer chose to install glass and stone tile vertically rather than horizontally for a unique backsplash in neutral tones. The stainless steel range hood and appliances blend well with the schema, and the natural wood cabinetry pulls the brown color from the tiles for a lovely fusion of shades.
This earth-toned master bathroom is the perfect fit for the home's overall rustic decor. Neutral stacked stone walls enclose the shower, while glass tiles in various shades of brown create the mosaic tile backsplash. Medium grain Shaker style wood cabinets and a neutral stone countertop complete the look of the double vanity.
Tile can not only be beautiful, it can be functional as well. Here designer Becky Sue Becker uses natural stone in warm tones to create a single bathing space out of two. Connecting the shower and bath with one streamlined look creates the idea that it is its own defined oasis in a spacious master bath.
The colors and textures in this space create an ocean ambiance. The bright blues of the floor tiles play off the white walls and bar, creating the illusion of sand and sea, while the metal doors with shapes of birds and fish stamped into them allow in plenty of light, giving customers the feeling of being at the beach.
The raised landing in the foyer is the result of a structural challenge. To facilitate the raised entrance, a landing with stone tile was added in the foyer, with a step-down into the opened up living space. Seafoam green paint and natural wood walls create a beautiful and welcoming look.
This modern guest house kitchen features white cabinets and countertops paired with natural hardwood floors. Counter height stools are positioned at the waterfall kitchen island, providing a convenient space for casual dining. A gray tile backsplash adds a finishing touch.
Natural Silestone tile dazzles in this lovely master bathroom. A raincan showerhead adds a luxurious element to the glass-enclosed shower, while the gorgeous tub is accented by 12 votive candles and an Oncidium orchid.
The natural wood shelves are accented against the crisp white wall, chevron tile backsplash and white curtains. The open shelves create a space to store go-to dishes for easy access while also adding a decorative element.
A short privacy wall creates an enclosure for the toilet and separates it from the glass enclosed shower. A geometric accent pattern in the shower is echoed at the vanity between the dark stone countertop and the thick wooden frame of the mirror.
This walk-in shower features natural stone tile paired with a mosaic tile inlay and flooring. A built-in shower bench is convenient for leisurely bathing, while corner shelves provide space for storing shower essentials.