Interlocking mosaics in Crema Marfil Mosaics encircle your spaces in a kaleidoscope of natural style.
Come around to Mission Stone & Tile.
In the Design world, wallcoverings never really went away, but they have come back bigger and better after the 70′s & 80′s slump where Corduroy and paint blotch repeats were all the rage. Hello world, the only thing fabulous that came out in the 80′s was the Brick Mobile Phone (which a British cellular company is still trying to bring back). Do not be fooled, there are only some great things to pay homage to from an older decade, like fashion and design. Besides, how did girls back then fit the Brick into their Chanel clutch?
This space pays homage to the Mid-Century era and even French Rococo with these elegant dining chairs, but the most spectacular puzzle piece that glues this space together is the Octagon Wallcovering. The geometric design combined with Black, White & Grey allows for an eclectic design that makes me swoon! When you adore so many styles inspired by different eras, it is appropriate to choose a neutral wallcovering that can create harmony between the different pieces and bring your space up to date.
You do not need to go covering every wall with a wallcovering, but you can keep harmony by repeating the pattern or shape like the Octagon. Choose an Octagon Mosaic for your bathroom or kitchen to unite the two spaces. You can do so with color, shape, or pattern. Octagons are a playful shape, so go on an Octagon Frenzy or find the wallcovering that best suits your style!
Luxury Tile Giveaway-Winners Announced for Hex Appeal, Curve Appeal, Half-Baked, or Imperial Trellis
Our contest is complete, and we are excited to announce that YOU are the winner!
We do have a winner of the 40 sf, and congratulations goes to Christopher Burdick of Lake Worth, FL. He chose the White Hex Appeal, and we can’t wait to see what he does with it!
But, in the meantime…about that part where you are the winner…. The crowd favorite was our Hex Appeal Tile- White/Basalt. See the advertisement below for the special pricing for that mosaic during the month of November. Not to worry…the other tiles are also on sale. You can purchase the Curve Appeal Tiles, the Imperial Trellis, and the Half Baked, for 20% off, during the month of November.
It is the last weekend to get all of your DIY Halloween Projects complete before the ghouls and gals arrive! I love the idea of a Country Halloween for two reasons, it offers traditional Halloween Decor & you can incorporate the Fall Decor into Thanksgiving!
Your entryway is the first impression, so if you aren’t into scaring the beejezus out of your guests, then opt for a Pumpkin lined pathway with hay and corn stalk accents! A Square Fall Foliage Wreath is something you can easily create with all the beautiful Fall Leaves in your yard, and the painted pumpkins with your house number and city & state location add a sweet little Country touch!
For your Halloween Soiree, these Witch Silhouette Cupcakes bring that traditional flair to the table, as well as these adorable Candied Apple & Twigs! With the rest of the Fall Foliage you have collected, bring out the decoupage and brush some pretty leaves on top of white or grey pumpkins to add to the tablescape. You can keep these pumpkins for your Thanksgiving Decor around the fireplace or even add to your entryway for a pretty and colorful setting.
If you haven’t already, find out how to win 40 SF of one of these Designer Mosaics! Not only are there these 3 Fab Options, there’s also more to choose from! What are you waiting for, time is running out! Enter to Win Our Luxury Mosaic Giveaway!
Could your family live in 540 sf?
A family just north of Portland makes incredible use of a tiny home, and even allows for guests to visit. I’m not sure about you, but setting my family up in a tiny home, and keeping it clean might be victory enough, without allowing for guests. You can read more about Yanni and Jessica Helgerson, and their Eco Friendly Tiny Home Here. I love the clear organization of their tiny pad. I just wonder how it is at night, climbing that ladder to the parents sleeping quarters, while the baby is sleeping.
A few years back, my husband and I moved into a one room loft space, and my experience was actually really great. We found the love grew big in a tiny space. Although our 700 sf was definitely less designer, we enjoyed having a small space to live in. When we moved into our larger home, we quite missed the coziness of our small space, and it took a minute to remember that we could actually go to another room if one was taking an afternoon nap.
Could you and your family do it? Let us know below what the hardest part would be.