by Nelly Reffet
Throw pillows, a blanket, and textured rug add interest to a simple design
Fabrics do a lot for design. They bring color, texture, and a level of detail that finishes a space. No room is finished without them. Fabrics aren’t just for window coverings and pillows though. Here are some tips for using textiles correctly and creatively for a distinctive, professional look.
Topics: New Products
Summer Programs for Students
Summer 2017 Interns visit the Daltile Design Studio in Dallas
Education is important, but there’s nothing quite like life experience. At Daltile, students are getting both. Students in the Dallas area and nationwide get the chance to learn what their future careers might be like on site at Daltile’s Dallas headquarters.
Modern mosaic floor tiles can revitalize your bathroom floor. Traditionally, mosaic designs are made using small tiles that are three inches or less. If you like the look of mosaics, updated shapes and on-trend neutrals allow you to aim for a more modern style. Today's latest lines of tile provide a great deal of design flexibility, giving you the opportunity to create something truly fresh and original. Here are some suggestions for a newer mosaic tile design for your bathroom floor.
Tile is a great asset to have on your side when you’re planning an outdoor space. When rated for extreme temperatures and all kinds of weather, tile is an addition that sets the tone for many a successful summer party.
Topics: Exterior Tile
The NEXTadventure house entryway features ONE Quartz™ in Calacatta on the wall
In January of 2017 in Orlando, Florida, a beautiful new home opened its doors to visitors. The NEXTadventure home was aimed at the 55-plus crowd who planned on aging in place with style. It’s a home design for a group wandering near to retirement, but still active and in need of the amenities of a socially fit buyer.
Design Is in the Details
Amity in Grey random linear glass mosaic
Bold, Boutique, Destination Design
The hotel isn’t just a place to sleep anymore. Architects and designers are leaning toward making the hotel an experience all on its own. Whether that means retro interior design that transports you to the 1920s, or the opportunity to engage in some extreme sports, the new mindset for hotels directly plays into their architecture and design.