No matter what era, no matter what style, white is the champion of colors. It's always in vogue for it's flexibility and elegance. Take a look at just a few ways white can dress up your walls, floors, and countertops.
Elements of industrial style have been sneaking into interior design over the last several years and now the trend is here full force. Concrete is one of the easiest ways to introduce the industrial look into your space.
Though it’s the material you probably think of for driveways and patios, don’t write it off. It’s very versatile and can be very elegant in industrial-influenced designs. Porcelain concrete look tile makes getting this look simple, both for installation and maintenance.
A New World for Slab Countertops
Just when you think large-format porcelain tile couldn’t get any bigger, porcelain slabs appear. Introducing Panoramic Porcelain Surfaces™ - huge porcelain tile that can go nearly anywhere.
Think of everything you know about porcelain floor tiles. Now imagine having all those benefits on the countertop, the wall, or fireplace with very few joints and lots less grout—that’s Panoramic.
As summer comes into its full glory, we thought you might like to see a few tile ideas for sprucing up your outdoor spaces.
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.
Black granite countertops are perfect for creating stellar kitchen and bathroom spaces. This dependable stone is as beautiful as it is resilient. It will not only give your room a substantially noticeable face-lift, but it will also boost the overall value of your home. After all, a granite countertop is a long-term investment because this beautiful new addition will add elegance that holds value and can last a lifetime. Here are some tips to keep in mind when adding black granite to your design.
Granite in Volga Blueon the countertop
Choosing Tile Countertops to Enhance a Country, Cottage, or Cultured Design
Tile countertops give a nod to retro decor—but as a part of a cultured or worldly design, they're always in style. Counters that are dressed in modern tile that's 6 x 6 or smaller can also help develop cottage-chic and contemporary-country settings. And not only do they offer economic benefits but they're a long-lasting option when used to finish a studio apartment or basement suite. Here are a few ideas to bring your favorite look together with suitable flooring, cabinets, and accents.
Few design elements say luxury as loudly as a granite countertop. This material has a high-end appearance, and comes in many colors and patterns. Since the days of ancient Egypt and Rome, great stonework has been the pinnacle of beautiful, expensive design. Keep reading for some ways to use granite to make the high-end feel of a space come alive.