Patterned - Floor Tiles
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Tue Sep 23 00:00:00 MDT 2014mkirb13 Rating:4.0
I did these tiles as a backsplash on top of my soapstone countertops. The chevron pattern made it look unique but not too flashy. They were easy to install and the joints were consistent.
Thu Aug 14 00:00:00 MDT 2014bbcakes Rating:4.0
This tile is beautiful and of good quality at a good price, however, the pattern looked much bigger and bolder on the wall than expected, didn't coordinate well with my new granite, and so I returned it. If you are considering it, try to blow up the image so you can see how big 1x2 tiles in this lattice pattern will look on the wall. It was just too busy in my kitchen. Thank you, Overstock, for accepting returns. While the return shipping was expensive, that's too be expected for such a heavy product.
Thu Oct 09 00:00:00 MDT 2014s11mom Rating:5.0
I was renovating a bathroom in a 1921 house and latched onto this because it was period appropriate and not the usual hexagonal tile seen in 1920s re-dos. I hesitated because of the cost, but am so glad I went with it. It's beautiful. My tile guy was extremely impressed with it. I used a grey grout, which highlights the pattern. It's very smooth, not very shiny. Definitely recommend.
More so than some other floors in your home, bathroom flooring must be both beautiful and practical. In terms of aesthetics, it can set the stage for the design of the rest of the bathroom and affects the look of a space that you see often. In fact, many people like to be creative with bathroom flooring because bathrooms are a more private and smaller space than the rest of the house. In terms of practicality, bathroom flooring affects the way your bathroom functions and must meet the demands you place on it. Bathroom floors can be surfaced with a variety of different materials, from classic tile flooring to vinyl flooring; whichever type of bathroom flooring you choose, be sure it is moisture-proof and slip-proof and that you find it comfortable and stylish.
Selecting kitchen flooring is a personal choice and one that depends in large part on the dynamics of your kitchen and the size of your budget. Kitchen floors can be made from beautiful but somewhat fragile solid wood, traditional porcelain tiles or more durable vinyl and laminate options. The flooring in your kitchen should ideally be both beautiful and durable. Select kitchen flooring that will complement the decor of your kitchen and stand up to the spills, scuffs and scratches of everyday life.
Add color and warmth to your dining room by laying area rugs atop hardwood or tiled floors. Round area rugs are a perfect fit for dining rooms with circular tables. Whether it's the main dining table, a decorative accessory table or simply a floor lamp with a spherical lamp shade, round area rugs are the perfect accent piece. They can also be used to freshen the look of worn or stained carpet in a well-used dining room.
Whether you have carpet, tile or wood flooring, adding an area rug or two to your home will protect your floors in high-traffic areas from furniture movement and daily use. Rugs are an instant update to the decor of your living room, dining room or bedroom. Area rugs come in many styles, sizes, materials and weaves so you can find the perfect rug, no matter what your style. At Overstock.com, we divide our rugs into seven styles for your convenience. Our styles are casual, contemporary, country, traditional, transitional, novelty and outdoor. If your home is mainly French country, for example , you'll probably be drawn toward traditional or country style and away from contemporary; keep reading for an explanation of area rug styles according to Overstock.com.
The color and texture of tile helps set the tone of a room. A popular way to infuse color into kitchens, bathrooms and entryways, tile offers solid and variegated color choices, multiple patterns and diverse shapes. Use hand-painted tile for a custom touch or rely on the natural variance in multicolored and patterned tiles. Before deciding on a tile color for any surface, take note of existing colors in the room, the mood you want for the room and the amount of foot traffic the area receives. Here are a few steps to help you decide on the perfect tile color for your home improvement project.
Rugs have never been more popular. No matter the style and design of your home, area rugs can help add color and texture to any room. When choosing a rug for family or friends this Christmas there are endless possibilities for patterns, colors, and materials. To help get you started on your search for the perfect rug, here are this year's most popular rugs.
Tile adds a touch of style in the bathroom while providing a water-resistant surface that is easy to clean. With many sizes and colors of tile to choose from, your project can be as simple or as elegant as you choose. Laying tile around the tub isn't a difficult job, but it does require precision, planning and the correct tools. When you're ready to tackle the job, a few tips will help you get started and ensure you're happy with your bath tile job.
Make your next home-improvement project a tile backsplash for your kitchen, bathroom, or any room in your house. A tile backsplash is an inexpensive project that improves the look of the room as well as incorporates new design elements. Use a tile backsplash of mosaic tiles to enhance the color of cabinets, paint, or countertops in the kitchen. You can also use it as an accent color to contrast with the palette in your bathroom. Installing your new backsplash is easy, do it yourself by following these simple steps.
Shower tiles serve two functions: They add to a bathroom's decor, and they protect the drywall underneath from moisture. There is no limit to how you can use wall tiles, from borders to shower murals. What you choose will depend on several factors, including your color scheme, the material used for the tile and maintenance in the future. Take a look below to learn how to choose tile for a shower.
With so many different types of kitchen flooring available, you might not be sure which type is right for your kitchen. Kitchen flooring has to be able to stand up to high traffic, proximity to moisture and messy spills. When you're buying kitchen flooring, look for materials that are durable, attractive, easy to clean and within your budget. Here are a few of the best types of flooring for a kitchen's high demands.
If there was a study done on the area of your house with the most traffic, main hallways would probably top the list. Luckily, there's a rug sized especially to protect your carpet and wood floors from constant wear. Rectangular runner rugs can provide a sound barrier and protect feet from cold floors, but they also make a big impact in a small space. Before you start shopping, think about what will work best for the space you have in mind and use these tips.
Crafting your home into a comfortable and attractive space is an ongoing project. Whether you're just replacing one fixture or embarking on a large-scale remodel, making style choices and home improvements can be very rewarding. This home improvement buying guide summarizes a few of the projects that you might consider trying in your home.
During the chilly winter months, slippers are one of the best gifts you can give. Chances are, even the pickiest person on your gift list will love them. There are a variety of styles to choose between, so there is something for everyone on your shopping list.
Bring an earthy, old-world feel to your home when you buy Tuscan kitchen decor. Whether you'd like to supplement your Tuscan kitchen design with fruit-filled bowls or add whimsy to your kitchen decor with vineyard-inspired paintings, you're sure to find the Italian kitchen decor that complements your style and gives your home a wonderful rustic touch. Read on for tips on buying Tuscan kitchen decor.