In this home's master bathroom, the colors are more vibrant and grown up than in the kids' bathroom. A bold teal color adorns the wall, while the floors are made of a complementary teal patterned tile. Pink towels accent the space along with Chinese statues and pictures that give the space personality and depth.
Lighted upper cabinets hold inset resin panels, a distinctive touch in this sleek and clean-lined kitchen. Charcoal tile continues up the backsplash and behind a slim, stainless steel hood, and appliances are built into pale gray cabinetry. Caesarstone quartz in white and gray adds polish that is balanced by industrial-style barstools and wood floors.
Black hand-rubbed cabinets add depth to this sleek kitchen while a mirror tile backsplash below the cabinets visually lengthens the space. Gray bamboo floors complement a gray granite countertop on the large kitchen island, which serves as extra work space and a dining area.
This coastal cottage bathroom brings the beach indoors with a soothing blue and cream color palette. Painted white cabinets are glazed for a vintage look and then topped with blue-green countertops. A mix of tiles, from the matte shellstone floors to the blue glass and sea pebble mosaics, bring beautiful texture to the space.
The windows in this luxury shower bring in natural light and the beauty and elegance of nature; the materials used in this shower also reflect that beauty and elegance. The natural stone tile on the floors help to showcase the colors and textures of nature, while the blue and brown subway tile on the wall mimics the serenity of a clear lake, making this shower the perfect place to enjoy and relax.
The double turquoise wood doors of this beach house open to a to allow cooling breezes and a spectacular view. There's a lime tree on the porch, saltillo tile on the floor, a wicker armchair in the living room and an ocean off the deck. Perfection.
An all-over white palette paired with dark brown hardwood floors gives this bathroom a crisp, modern look. Black and gray mosaic tiles created a block pattern on the white shower walls, while a gray roof-like structure separates the space, allowing the bathtub to seem divided from the other areas of the bathroom.
Designer Claire Paquin created a space in the basement of her client's home that could function for young children, as well as space for adults. For the play area, carpet tiles create visual interest, color and warmth for kids to play on the floor. A bookcase cubby is a wonderful choice for toys and games.
The stylish entry creates the perfect first impression for HGTV Smart Home 2019 in Dallas, Texas. A geometric porcelain tile design inset within the white oak hardwood floor packs a visual punch, Old World-style chandeliers illuminate the space from above, and custom framed black and white photography captures images of the local area.
This walkout basement had two windows providing decent light, but it was very ugly with exposed pipes, a horrible acoustic tile ceiling and old sticky vinyl flooring. At roughly 450 square feet, there was a good amount of space. The 8-foot drop ceiling made the space feel confining, so the ceiling tiles were removed and the space feels much more open and airy with the newly exposed rafters with an attractive loft-like feel. After removing ugly redundant wiring from the entire ceilings, pipes, beams and walls were sprayed white.
This elegant country kitchen fashioned in the style of an English manor features a high ceiling with exposed beams and large window, a kitchen island with pendant lighting, hardwood floors, tiled backsplash and an abundance of cabinet space. Varied cabinet heights prevent an artificial ceiling line from isolating the vaulted ceiling, allowing it to flow more naturally.
This transitional guest suite bathroom is designed as a second master suite in this 2014 Tampa Bay Showcase Home. The home features Tuscan-inspired design, so designer Don Sharp brings elements of the style into the bathroom with earthy brown floor tile, a dark wood vanity and pops of soft blue in the art and window treatments.
This attic turned media room offers a fun place for the family to gather and the kids to play. The multicolored sectional sofa can be reconfigured and arranged in a variety of ways. The two-toned purple carpet tiles add more fun hues, but are also a practical choice for playroom flooring.
For the master bedroom of this remodeled 1950s adobe home, designers removed the 80s tile that surrounded the fireplace and scaled it down in size, more in keeping with what homes of that era might have. White-painted floors and ceiling are a charming, farmhouse touch.
Marble takes an ordinary bathroom from bland to brilliant by bouncing the light around to make even a small bathroom feel much brighter and more spacious. Contractor Stephen Fanuka of Million Dollar Contractor uses oversized marble tiles on the floor and in the shower to create this lavish bathroom as seen on HGTV.com.
Leather door pulls and patterned floor tile are among the many fun details in this modern, streamlined bathroom with a twist. The home's mid-century lines are reflected in the vanity and storage piece; meanwhile, modern details like the vessel sinks that rest opposite a soaker tub bring the space squarely into the twenty-first century.
Two globe pendant lights add a pop of color to the gray and white color scheme of this kitchen design. Bar chairs with gray seats and a wood base blend the cool toned look of the kitchen with the warm hardwood floor. The sleek finishes and stylish large tile backsplash give a polished look to the room.
Vaulted ceilings and white cabinets, Calacatta countertops and a large eat-in center island creates an airy, sophisticated kitchen. With vintage modern and traditional details like traditional satin nickel bin pulls, a sparkle from the fabric-wrapped chains on the pendant lights and porcelain herringbone floor tiles adds depth and creates a feeling that is both contemporary and inviting.