Designer Kristina Crestin spray painted the plastic Kartell gnome stool a custom blue color to complement the chartreuse tile shower. Since kids use this space most of the time, the client didn't want a ceramic stool.
Penny tile provides a great texture in this bright, double vanity bathroom. A black marble countertop contrasts the light blue walls and ceiling and white cabinetry. The mounted medicine cabinet mirrors are trimmed with a traditional white border, and contemporary mounted light fixtures spread even lighting over both sinks.
Stepping inside this bathroom feels a lot like entering a bazaar, as painted tile decorates the floors and walls. Ornate light fixtures brighten the room and draw additional interest to the large mirror.
To update the fireplace, designers replaced the original hearth tile with tile that feels effortless, as if it had been there forever. To make the feature special to the homeowners, it features a family heirloom painting that completes the design's natural feeling for the family.
An antique vanity with original hand-painted tiles creates adds a sense of history to a bathroom in a new-construction bungalow home. The lines of the vanity are mimicked in the mirror for a well-considered look.
To create the blue and white kitchen the homeowners dreamed of, designer searched far and wide to find the perfect tiles for the backsplash. Finally, they settled on hand-painted tiles imported from Morocco. Then, they added brass fixtures to warm up the space.
This home, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters, is nestled on ten acres in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is constructed entirely of adobe with traditional New Mexican elements, such as a wood-burning fireplace and hand-painted tiles. The unique blue dome also features a skylight and is a wonderful retreat for quiet meditation.
A gold splatter paint effect on the accent mirror wall compliments the metallic doors on the contemporary buffet fitted into this nook. The wood frame of the buffet offers a warmth against the gray and metallic finishes. A table lamp and red glass bottles decorate the countertop.
A giant fish tank makes a stunning focal point, where the grand rear terrace steps down onto an expansive lawn. Not only does it provide a useful transition for the grade change, but it also bridges the home’s interior with the outdoors. The lit tank, with its hand-painted tiles and colorful koi, provides a whimsical dash to an otherwise muted landscape — and nods to the homeowner’s impressive collection of '60s Pop Art inside.