When redoing a fireplace, you can get a sophisticated look at a lower cost. For the hearth, Terracotta Design Build used 12-by-12 porcelain tile in a dark color that looks like slate, but was more affordable. They cut the tile into little 3- by-12s and installed it in a herringbone pattern. "That’s a great way to get what really is a high-end look and finsh for hardly any cost," says architect and interior designer Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson.
The Property Brothers completely renovated the kitchen, giving it a new layout and appliances. The addition of a gray subway tile backsplash arranged in a herringbone pattern gives the space a one-of-a-kind element.
This kitchen features plenty of stunning design details throughout, like the unique herringbone wooden pantry door with brass pull handle. The space combines a classic gray and white color palette with modern patterns as seen on the hardwood floor.