During these chilly months, there is noting more perfect than getting cozy by a roaring fire with a hot toddy in hand. If your fireplace surrounds are lacking character, you will be surprised by the limitless options you have to make your fireplace a focal point.
Here are a few options based on the style of your home that are pretty eye-catching! If your home is more on the Contemporary side, you may prefer our Athens Silver Cream Marble installed in a Herringbone pattern. The taupe and cream tones are neutral, and the elongated shape cut from our larger tiles make for a sleek look.
If you live by the sea, or wish you did, this Coastal Fireplace design is so unique and beautiful. The baroque inspired sea-shell arrangement is a fascinating way to showcase your seashell collection, but you can also achieve a similar Coastal look with glass mosaics that are reminiscent of Seaglass.
For the Traditionalist approach, our Marble Tile & Slabs look exquisite on Fireplace Surrounds like this Calacatta Gold Marble design. Marble Fireplace Surrounds go back centuries, and are hardy, long lasting, and age gracefully. Contact us for our current Stone & Mosaic prices, as we carry a lot of items in stock that can be delivered to your home and ready for your fireplace today!
Brass is back in a BIG way, and this kitchen proves that brass is not a thing of the past! Brass looks fresh and modern in this all white kitchen, and you can achieve the backsplash and counter top look with our Calacatta Gold Slab and Tile options. Between the Brass Fixtures and Antiqued Brass Hood, I cannot make up mind which accents I love the most! However, these lucite and brass barstools could look out of place without the other brass accents in the room.
If you are going to use Brass, make sure you use it everywhere, including the door pulls. This look is only complete because it has unity between the fixtures, pulls, light fixtures, hood, and furniture pieces that all include brass or a brassy gold color. This kitchen would not look as hip and modern if there were stainless steel and cooler accents mixed in with Brass. Add in additional brass accents such as serving ware and utensils to dress your table, and think of brass as you would with your jewelry. You can tell these brass accents were taken from fashion cues like this gorgeous J. Crew Necklace, so accessorize your space like jewelry for your kitchen!
With an icy gloss reflection, our Glass Arabesques lighten and brighten up your bathroom! The romantic shape of the Arabesque is now in Glass form, and brings elegance and sophistication to your space. Install this beautiful shape on your shower walls, or create a combination of the Arabesque, Subway, and Mosaic formats.
By creating a tall inset in your shower, you create a focal point that draws you in. Complete your new style with White, Grey, Mustard, and Cerulean Blue accents. This fresh color combination creates a clean and inviting bathroom to unwind in. Go ahead and melt away the frosty air in your new luxurious bathroom complete with Glossy Glass Arabesques!
We have extended our Winter Sale, and you can get 20% Off your tile selections Today and today only! Get your home holiday ready with our Flooring, Wall and Backsplash Tile! Our Winter Sale is our gift to you this Holiday Season, so be sure to unwrap the savings!
It’s our Black (White & Shades of Gray) Friday Sale 2013!
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If you haven’t even thought about decor, you can use a few of these easy decor ideas to dress up your home for Thanksgiving! Simply using pumpkins, gourds, and berries for a centerpiece or dress up your front porch is a quick and easy fall decor tip.
I love using fruit in fall decor, and you can pick up apples, oranges, or pomegranates at your local farmer’s market or grocery store. Stacking them in a vase topped off with fall leaves or simple flowers makes for a pretty and simple centerpiece. You can also use the extra fruit to cut up and fancify your turkey platter! Grapes and pomegranates look oh so pretty and festive, and you can eat them later for dessert!
Indian corn wreaths are a fun and simple craft to make, or gather your children and let them help you paint gourds to pair with tealight candles scattered on the table. If you have a large family or tons of guests, think of making some simple placecards to seat your guests. These walnut placecards are so easy to make, all you need is cardstock, a marker, and place their name tag in the crease of the walnut shell. Thanksgiving decor is supposed to be simple, so do not over think it. Simply be thankful to be spending time around the dinner table with your family and friends. Sometimes the laughter and smiles on everyone’s face is prettier than any centerpiece you can have at the table. Happy Thanksgiving!