If you are looking to add warmth and texture to your kitchen, it is best to go with earthy tones, natural textures, and hearty pieces like a well stocked stew. This mixture of visual yumminess is a recipe for one warm and welcoming home. This stunning Kibak Backsplash offers visual texture while incorporating the earth tones that compliment the woodwork. Ask us how to get this look, but do not forget the rest of the recipe!
The hearty kitchen island warms the space as it meets the hand-scraped wood floors, and the simplistic cabinets paired with the beamed ceiling creates a rustic vibe. You can almost hear the crackling of the fireplace and hot tea steeping on the stove. The backsplash offers a bold focal point, where the rest of the elements let it shine…just like the spice in your stew.
If you love the classic look of Subway Tiles, but would like a different look for your kitchen or bathroom, then consider spinning them around in these designer patterns. You will get that wow factor that you have been after without settling on a tile that you fear may be too trendy.
If you are already in love with the Herringbone Pattern, then look no further. Subways in a Herringbone Pattern add texture and dimension to your wall, especially if you bring it all the way up to the ceiling. I love this clean and simple kitchen, and you could simply install a running bond with your subways up to the ceiling, but the Herringbone Pattern takes it to the next level. You can always put a spin on this type of pattern by installing the Subways in a Herringbone Pattern on a 45 degree angle like this bathroom wall. Have fun with this new direction!
Attention clean and simple lines! Solider Stacked Subways look ultra modern without trying too hard. Either side by side or on a vertical running bond, Solider Stacked Subways elongate the height of your ceiling. This simplistic spin on Subways is popular in homes and reminds me of industrial loft living. Keeping it classic does not mean boring with these Subway Styles!
This stunning highrise bathroom is not for the shy or faint of heart. With panoramic downtown views, you almost feel like you are bathing al fresco. The beautiful Calacatta Marble is complimented with warm brushed brass fixtures. Yes brass is back in a big way, just not the yellow brass that was a big hit in the 90′s. If you are afraid of heights, you can still achieve this look at home! Ask us about our Calacatta Marble and our easy care Porcelain Calacatta, and the dream of the living the high life can become a reality.
Who wouldn’t be a fan of these curves? This Robbin’s Egg Blue Backsplash can be found here, and if you are turned on by natural materials, we offer our Curve Appeal in a Stone Mosaic too! The simplistic nature of this Fan Shape design can accommodate many styles while still offering a whimsical appearance that is surely swoon-worthy. Use caution while entering into this collection of curves ahead!
If you own an older home, especially around the Mid Century Modern era, you can remodel your kitchen while still keeping the integrity of the space. Keep in mind your budget: if you are on a tight budget, paint can do wonders. Given your cabinets are still in good condition, you can give them a facelift with a fresh coat of paint.
While many are afraid of committing to a bold color, you will be surprised how color can uplift your space and your mood. If you choose to add a pop of color, keep your cabinetry simple and white. This yellow backsplash adds life to this space, and the extra yellow accents really ground this kitchen. The custom yellow accents such as the yellow strip of color on the “toe-kick”, and the pendant give this kitchen a custom look. Check out all the Color Possibilities through our FireClay Collection where these ceramic & glass tiles are made with recycled materials. The colors are vibrant and the possibilities are endless.
Getting your home ready for the Fall Season does not mean you have to get rid of all your existing decor. When you have neutral pieces in your home such as a Grey Sofa or Gold Side Tables, you can incorporate warm Fall Colors such as Pumpkin Spice. Create a different experience and look when you combine Pumpkin Spice and the Color of the Year : Radiant Orchid. The warm tones mixed with soothing purples creates an inviting and unique space.
Mix and Match throw pillows in these two hues, and pick up a few pieces that you will use into the Winter Season such as a Faux Fur Pouf like this one from Ethan Allen, and a soft Cashmere Throw Blanket in Radiant Orchid. Do not worry about the patterns matching, you do not want “matchy-matchy”, you want to go for eclectic. As long as these items are in the same hues and saturation, mixing patterns and solids gives your home a custom look. Go for the Gold. Incorporate metallic pieces such as these Gold Side Tables, Fall Decor, and Artwork. The glittering reflection of metallics adds to the warmth and richness when you mix Pumpkin Spice & Radiant Orchid!
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