MARAZZI - The Home Depot
Wood-look tile combines the natural warmth of wood with the durability and easy care of porcelain. That makes it a great choice for kitchen flooring. And we can install it for you! Take a look at our entire Marazzi tile selection for the kitchen, or just about any room in your home. (Tile shown here is Montagna Dapple Gray)
New entry table - The Sunny Side Up Blog
We have a new addition to our front entry! And I’m sort of in love with it. You know I can’t resist a good trellis pattern. I have a plan for decorating our front entry and this console is the beginning. Phase one of the plan! I knew I wanted a table on this …
GORGEOUS: A 1930s Bungalow-Style Home Renovation
Once a dated duplex, this renovated home now acts as Gunnar Scott's house on ABC’s hit television show, 'Nashville.' See the transformation and stunning finished project!
BEFORE & AFTER: A Dark, Dismal Kitchen Is Made Light And Bright! — DESIGNED
Farmhouse kitchen remodel | Interior Designer: Carla Aston | Photographer: Tori Aston
$30 DIY Board And Batten Foyer
$30 DIY Board and Batten - Our front entryway needed a big time refreshing. It faces the north, so it doesn't ever get a lot of natural light and it was just to
Chalon grey limestone tiles | Natural Stone Consulting
Chalon Grey limestone tiles – A consistent light to medium grey stone with a hint of blue tone and cloudy appearance. This antiqued tumbled natural flagstone tile lends itself to both classic or modern settings and can be for interior or exterior use. The tiles for inside are only 15mm thick. Pool copings and treads can be produced in the same material.
7 Creative Subway Tile Backsplash Ideas for Your Kitchen
If you're a homeowner, you are probably familiar with “subway tile”. If not, you could be missing out on this classic trend. Their long sleek rectangular shape, pencil thin grout lines, and shiny white color make
Marble Mantles New & Old — Elements of Style Blog
Since we bought our house three years ago I have wanted to redo the surround on our fireplace badly. I tempered the heinousness of our current brick and terracotta tile situation with several coats of black masonry paint, but the time has come to really do it right. And by right, I…