Cement in the commercial space makes a statement. It says stylish and intelligent all at once—it’s the total package. Here are three reasons cement-look tile is one of the best choices for commercial design.
If you love the internet of things, universal design, and cooking, a high-tech kitchen is your ticket to scullery perfection.New materials and gadgets are just the beginning. Almost every appliance available for the kitchen can be synced with a phone. Not only will you have the technology you crave, it will look amazing too.
Slate tile offers natural fine grain and pleasing neutral hues that make it ideal for the fireplace surround in both trendy and traditional homes. Regardless of whether you're designing a living room from scratch or replacing an old surround in a transitional project, timeless materials like slate are well worth the investment. Let's look at a few slate tile options—and a couple of must-see stone-look tile options—for inspiration.
Renovation coming up? Your inbox is probably filled up with newsletters and ads that aim to help you get the new bathroom you’ve always wanted. But to get right to the heart of what really matters for an on-trend design in 2017, you need some solid, well-informed design concepts.
Tumbled Indian Multicolor slate in a tiny mosaic makes this fireplace the center of the family room design.See more tile fireplace ideas below.
Herringbone subway tile ideas don't stop with the traditional interpretation. If you stretch your design muscles, you can creatively explore modern ways to use this statement-making pattern. The subtle geometric design provides decorative movement in an otherwise sterile setting. Its vertical or horizontal arrowlike layout not only makes the pattern appear bigger than its standard 3 x 6 format, but it also visually stretches the walls in whichever direction needs more length. These are just a couple factors that make the herringbone subway tile pattern a savvy design choice for a shower of any type and size. Read on to discover fresh ideas for this ever-trendy tile layout.