Annapolis in Sail GlossThe bathroom is one of the most important features on the potential home buyer’s list. In fact, a great bathroom can get a bit more out of the selling price for you. On the other hand, there are some features in the bathroom that have become turnoffs for potential buyers. Avoid these to attract buyers and get the best price.
Topics: Bathroom Tile Ideas
Travertine in Noce on the floor with travertine in Durango on the island and backsplash, The New American Home
Stone flooring is a great choice because it feels luxurious—thanks to its beautiful finishes and color varieties—but it is also extremely practical. Stone is long-lasting and low-maintenance, and isn't a material you'll have to upgrade anytime soon. When designing your seamless inside-outside transition, consider the following three tips.
New Healthy Building Standard Certification
We spend 90% of our time indoors so the focus on making those spaces as healthful as possible is very important. Wellness is already on its way to being the next trillion-dollar industry.
Farmhouse, Glass House, True Original and Everything in Between
Six hot home styles are taking over as favorites with staying power. They aren’t just passing fads, but nods to the past and future alike that have enduring and quality style. That style doesn’t stop once you go through the front door. Continue the style in the kitchen, on the patio, and throughout the house.
A subway tile installation is one of the top home improvement projects for homeowners—and for good reason. Subway tile adds a classic, trendy look to your bathroom or kitchen. This rectangular, brick-shaped tile is also very versatile and can be used to complement just about any style, ranging from old-world to modern design. It's also available in an endless array of materials and colors. It's this versatility, combined with a range of styles and design options, that makes subway tile extremely popular. Here are some tips and inspiration to help you get started on your subway tile design.
If you think a bathroom in which you can luxuriate, with statement features and bold design, isn’t compatible with a small space, think again. There are lots of clever, space-efficient fixtures that squeeze contemporary style into a little area, but to really bring some wow to your washroom, it’s sometimes necessary to totally rethink the traditional bathroom, both in terms of how it is laid out and what it includes. These brilliant bathrooms show how a micro footprint can deliver maximum style.
Topics: Bathroom Tile Ideas
While marble countertops are known for being luxurious, travertine countertops are a popular, stunning, and cost-effective alternative. Travertine, like marble, is a natural stone that offers a similar look. If you're looking to create a traditional, old-world design, travertine offers elegance and a delicate appearance. Here are some inspirational tips on how to incorporate this classic stone into your bathroom or kitchen design.
Rethinking the Pool, Deck, and Garden
As the cold melts away and green starts to appear in your backyard, planting flowers and preparing for a garden shouldn’t be the only things you’re thinking about. Consider what tile can do to establish an outdoor sanctuary that you can enjoy all summer long.
Backsplash tile for kitchens comes in seemingly limitless daring options—no matter how adventurous your idea of daring is. The right bold backsplash can be the center of this busy room's entire scheme. For inspiration, explore the following five very different backsplash ideas, which include options that range from an ultramodern high-gloss black design to a stylishly sunny white-and-yellow blacksplash:
Amity in Grey random linear mosaic on the backsplash