A swimming pool serves as both a recreational feature and a stunning visual element in this private backyard oasis that accents the architectural design (notice the double mosaic tile walls at the far end of the pool).
Crisp white tile walls with gray grout work beautifully with the design in this master bathroom. The wood vanity adds a rustic, earthy element to the space, and a vase of fresh-cut flowers lends a feminine touch.
Mosaic tile walls give this spacious master bathroom an artful look, bringing in color and texture to the space. Candles by the bathtub create a relaxing atmosphere, while windows above the tub and in the glass walk-in shower flood the space in natural light.
The patterned tile wall in this powder room is a bit different, and the homeowners wanted a unique focal wall to give the space more drama. In this small space, tile goes a long way. If you have perfectly intact flooring, consider adding a tiled element to the walls.
Fall in love with those baby blues...baby blue walls, that is. This modern kitchen gives sleek minimalism a colorful twist thanks to its striking blue-tiled curved walls and light wood cabinets. A wall of windows keeps the space airy and light.
In the foyer, designers wanted to make a bold statement with the space's design, so they brought in crisp, white flowers to contrast with the dark wall tile. The wall tile gives the space a three dimensional effect and relief with lighting. Finally, a custom designed, modern console table was crafted out of dark and white woods to help seamlessly transition the design from white to dark.
White hexagonal tile covers the walls in this transitional guest bath. A dark countertop and dark shelves in the bathing area add contrast to the space, while patterned tile adds interest on the floor. Meanwhile, a window bathes the space in natural light.