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Industrial yet glamorous, old but new. Stainless steel mosaic tile is the perfect backsplash-turned-accent-wall in this glamorous kitchen. Pendant lighting suspended by black pipe mimics cage lights of the industrial-era to add vintage charm.

Pretty Powder Room.  We love the classic elements of this pedestal sink paired with white subway tile and delicate pastel walls.  Impress your guests with a statement fixture like this beautiful chandelier.  This light, airy powder room creates the feeling of serenity you’re sure to love.

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A rich blue bathroom uses a saturated Merola lantern tile and nickle finishes. The white subway tile keeps the pattern from overwhelming the room. 

Want to hang art in the bath but not keen on drilling into tile? Use Command hooks or employ the trim as a picture ledge.

A kitchen is the heart of the home where cooking, entertaining, and dining can all happen at once and sometimes at a moment’s notice.  It’s important to keep things organized and efficient by maximizing storage with open shelving so you can stack and store, create islands with dual function, and have cooking utensils neatly stored and organized so you’re always ready to go. 

Cottage Retreat.  This light and airy bathroom is full of cottage charm.  A classic subway tile goes higher on the wall, helping to extend the visual height of the room and give focus to the pretty glass accent band.  Not only does this accent make for a bigger impact, it brings the wall color into the design, tying this look together.