The homeowners wanted to transform their existing kitchen into a beautiful and functional space that maximized storage and workspace needs. The newly renovated kitchen features Dura
Supreme Cabinetry supplied by The Kitchen Studio at Pine Street. The remodel also included: new hardwood floors; new lighting, including pendant, recessed, and undercabinet lighting; removal of a soffit above the previous island; granite countertops; tile backsplash, and all new appliances.
With a little time and patience, you can create a 'rug' on your bathroom floor that creates a beautiful look that never bunches or shows signs of wear! It adds a nice touch, in what
could be a boring space.
I've used this approach in numerous baths the last couple of years and thought I'd share some ideas. If you'd like to see my latest project, please check out my blog at http://www.sopocottage.com:
There are lots of options for mixing and matching stone, tile and glass to get a distinctive look for your bathroom. The beach house bath is chiaro marble squares with sea glass insets. The large 6 x 6 tiles provide the outside border and the inside is diagonal 4x4's. And there are sporadic glass tiles sprinkled through the center. The sink (on the right side of the photo) also has a sea glass top - so it all ties together.
The black and white bath floor has a center of carerra marble basket weave tile with a thin border of absolute black granite. The outside border is a very light carrera marble. This old fashioned bath is a great compliment in a 1920's farmhouse.
The bath/laundry room has a center and outside border of a marble look ceramic tile. The border is made up of glass and marble bars and has an absolute black granite accent strip to set it all off and tie to the granite vanity top.
Of course there are lots of other patterns you could create. Just think about what you could create!