Super Nova Hex, Super Affordable Price

Posted under Kitchens by on November 13, 2014

If you are looking for a stylish tile design at an attractive price, then take a look at our Super Nova Hex’s. This unique design is offered in several different glazes as well as beveled options for a textured look. The natural colors will compliment your home decor, and our Hex’s will accomodate homes of all different styles. From traditional to contemporary, you will find that our Nova Elongated Hex’s truly are the Bee’s Knees. 

You can do your holiday shopping online or come in to one of our Showrooms to view these beauties in person! Our special pricing is just for you and just in time for holiday baking in your updated kitchen!

The Bees Knees, elongated hexagon tile, backsplash-Mission Stone Tile

 

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DIY: How To Make Your Home Look Expensive

Posted under Uncategorized by on November 10, 2014

If you want your home to look expensive on a budget, then consider these DIY options that will give your home decor an instant makeover! From tile to paint to textiles, there are simple things that you can do yourself or have complete before the Holidays.

1. Porcelain Tile vs. Marble Tile: We offer a variety of Marble Tiles in various formats to choose from, and if you love Calacatta Gold Marble as much as we do, you are going to love our Porcelain Calacatta version! The upkeep of our Porcelain Tile is minimal, and we just love how it looks on the bathroom floors and up the walls! Ask us how to get this look at an amazing price!

How To Make Your Home Look Expensive, Calacatta Porcelain, marble tile-Mission Stone Tile

 

2.  Paint Interior Doors Black:  This Gloss Black Paint finish is a fabulous and inexpensive way to add a touch of sophistication to your home. You will not have to worry about replacing cheap manufactured doors if you simply paint them a gloss black. Not only are they easy to wipe down with a damp cloth, they do not show dirty fingerprints.

Paint Interior Doors Black, gloss finish, expensive looks-Mission Stone Tile

 

3.  Fake Expensive Curtains:  Whether you purchase your curtains at IKEA or Potterybarn, no one will notice the difference if they are hung properly. Use this example as a guide on how to DIY. If your window casing is 6″, use a beefier rod that is 3″, and then double the casement size to determine the height. In this example, the casing is 6″, so double that and hang your curtain rod 12″ above the window casing. Voila, you not only have an expensive look, you have visually raised your ceiling!

How To Hang Curtains, curtain rod, measurements

 

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Cheers! Celebrate the Holidays in Style

Posted under Decor and Inspiration by on November 5, 2014

While getting ready for all your holiday guests this season, consider sprucing up a few areas of your home to celebrate the holidays in style! Holiday decorations cannot cover or hide all your home’s imperfections, so show off certain areas such as a bar or wine cellar where you can entertain your guests.

Whether your style is rustic or contemporary, take cue from these two wine tasting room designs. This striated Marble Counter mixed with glass panels that showcase your wine collection is perfect for that transitional home where traditional meets contemporary design. Complimented with a crystal chandelier, this wine tasting room is nothing short of dazzling.

Cozy up by the fireplace, but first treat your guests to your secret vino collection that you have been coveting behind these steel and glass doors. Floating shelves over these trunk inspired wine cabinets creates dimension and warmth. This contemporary yet rustic design makes for one celebratory Country Christmas! Ask us how you can achieve similar looks with our Marble & Reclaimed or Porcelain Wood Collections that you can incorporate into your own wine tasting room!

Wine Cellars, tasting room, striated marble, reclaimed wood, porcelain tile-Mission Stone TIle

 

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I ♥ My Rustic Bathroom

Posted under Bathrooms by on November 3, 2014

I love the idea of recycling furniture pieces and using them as a vanity in a rustic bathroom, such as this reclaimed wood wash table. You can find similar styles at Potterybarn or even your local antique or thrift shops. The top drawers are handy for storage, and you can mount a farmstyle trough sink on top with counter space to boot!

You can accomplish a similar look with dressers or console tables with marble tops if you want that stone finish, and ask us about our unlimited options for Subway Tiles and Trim Pieces to get this classic look. Go for a darker and larger format porcelain tile like our Statale Porcelain Tile on the floor, and keep everything else white and rustic. There are many wall mounted faucets on the market that have that vintage appeal, and check out this bargain online. Get your home holiday ready with a classic no frills rustic look that will last generations!

Rustic Bathroom, beveled subway tiles, vintage bathroom, rustic style-Mission Stone Tile

 


Glass bottle
$15 – oliverbonas.com

Avanti vintage bath accessory
bedbathandbeyond.com

Beveled mirror
lampsplus.com

Statale 9
missionstonetile.com

T48FC
qualitybath.com

16532
qualitybath.com
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Last Minute Halloween Costumes!

Posted under Holiday by on October 29, 2014

Mostly Makeup : You can accomplish many Halloween Costume looks with the cheap and easy Makeup Crayons found at almost any Halloween shop in town. Here are a few of my favorites that you can create with makeup, or even the trench coat in your closet…hello, Breakfast at Tiffany’s! From plastic bugs glued to your nylons, craft paper hats, or finding a few twigs for antlers, there’s no excuse why you could not dress up this year for Halloween. Use your imagination, and if all else fails, roll your hair into victory rolls, add some rouge and you are set. Happy Halloween!

Last Minute Halloween Costumes, DIY, makeup-Mission Stone Tile

 

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The Greenwich Hotel Offers Moroccan Flair in Tribeca

Posted under Artisan Tile by on October 28, 2014

Next time I stay in New York City, I have my sights on Robert De Niro’s The Greenwich Hotel to feel like I am submersed in a New Yorker’s life. Not everything needs to be skyscrapers and flashing lights while visiting NYC, and often it is the brownstones or hidden gardens down a beaten brick path that peak my interest. From the spacious yet tasteful design of this hotel, you’d be surprised to find some dazzling Moroccan Zellige Tiles in your accommodations.

These Zellige Tiles are handcrafted from a natural clay and then glazed with an enamel in a variety of hues. The glossy finish and smaller scale creates texture and reflection on walls, floors, pools, tubs, and almost anywhere you can install tile in a residential setting. I love the look of the brick shape mixed with the smaller 2″ squares, and this creamy white combined with an espresso brown is masculine and classy. The smaller bastketweave on the floor into the shower creates pattern and dimension, and I am definitely drooling over this glass pane shower door and antique fixtures.

The Greenwich Hotel, moroccan zellige tiles, bathroom design-Mission Stone Tile

 

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