Everyone has their own understanding of how a house should look. Some feel the coziest in a small dwelling next to the woods while others dream about owning a big property with a basketball court next to a lake.
Discover the timeless appeal of mid-century bathroom design as we explore various design elements and principles that embody the era's distinctive style. From geometric patterns to vintage-inspired lighting and minimalist fixtures, learn how to create stunning and functional spaces inspired by the perfect blend of vintage charm and modern elegance that defines mid-century design.
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Modern and farmhouse bathrooms have been wildly popular as of late, but if you’re feeling a little burnt out by clean lines, rustic beams, and super sleek materials, a retro bathroom might be a worthy style contender for your home. So forget the shiplap and shiny chrome finishes and instead set your sights on throwback design ideas that’ll make your bathroom unique and vintage-inspired — yet still fitting for a more updated home.
Is wallpaper back in style? Explore the resurgence of wallpaper in modern interior design, from trendy patterns to advanced technology and eco-friendly options.
Terracotta has a rich history spanning back to various ancient civilizations, such as Chinese, Greek, and Egyptian. It’s full of history and still so loved today by many around the world, making it a true fan favorite. The warm and earthy burnt orange color of terracotta tile is filled with life and personality, perfect for livening up any space. Continue reading to see 6 terracotta colored tile projects that we adore! 1. Glamorous Terracotta Floor Color makes such a big impact in design, so it’s important to make sure you choose one that you absolutely love. Terracotta is a rich and welcoming color, and this ensuite bathroom uses it beautifully! The high variation floor tiles add a gorgeous gloss and depth to the space while complimenting all the other elements. From the natural wood to the pop of cool tones, this ensuite bathroom is truly a showstopper! To learn more about this project, visit our blog “Project Chateau Margaux Handmade Tile Home Tour” Large Hexagons - 96 ChestnutInterior Design - Emily PueringerPhotography - Rubinski VisualInstallation - Quality Cut Design | Remodel 2. Warm Toned Whiskey Bar Want to elevate the look of your entertaining area? Look no further than warm toned tile! Terracotta tile not only comes in a beautiful burnt orange, but can have brown and paler tones such as peach. This whiskey bar uses a mix of different warm glaze colors and small tile pieces to elevate the design and add variation. This is a great example of how colors and tile shapes can make a smaller space look grand! For more bar design inspiration, visit our blog “8 Tiled Bar Backsplash Ideas You'll Love” Small Squares & Bricks - 65W Amber, 1673 Espresso, Custom ColorsInterior Design - Kinetic Design BuildPhotography - Chelsie Lopez Production 3. Earthy Kitchen Next on our terracotta tile journey is a more traditional look. Subway tile is a great choice for those who want a classic look to their space. This tile shape is so versatile, making it easy to add unique modern twists. Although this kitchen backsplash is still classy, the stacked placement of the tile brings in a modern feel which pairs well with the floating shelves. The terracotta color adds an earthy feel which is brought out by the vase of flowers. Warm toned tiles are ideal for adding plants and greenery! For more about subway tiles, visit our blog “A Little Subway Tile History Lesson” 2”x6” Subway Tile - 96 ChestnutInterior Design - Lucy InteriorsArchitecture - SALA Architects Photography - Spacecrafting Photography 4. Retro Stove Splash Stove splashes add a fabulous backdrop and focal point to your kitchen, so why not make it fun? This stove splash is geometrically gorgeous and has a retro feel that we are totally into. Terracotta is the type of color that goes well with others which makes it a great addition to color blends! The mix of warm and cool in this Foxwell blend makes a bold statement and looks so flattering alongside the warm wood cabinets. To see other triangle tile projects, visit our blog “Tile Trend Alert: 6 Ways to Use Triangles” Interior Design & Build - Lensis BuildersPhotography - Greg HadleyLarge Triangles - Foxwell Blend 5. Terracotta Tiled Ombre Terracotta tiles were on our list of tile trends for 2022 and we made sure to include it in the showroom of our new Design Studio. These glazes are timeless and classy, which is why they’re so loved in the design world and seen all over. This terracotta kitchenette ombre showcases the beautiful glossiness of our warmer toned colors and gives the showroom a cozy feel. If you live in the Twin Cities, come visit our showroom to see this beauty in person! For tiled ombre inspiration, visit our blog “7 Ombre Tile Ideas with Different Shapes & Colors” Custom Geo-Hex Pattern - 54 Dusty Rose, 205 Cider, 906W Burnt Sugar, 65W Amber 6. Cozy Cottage Mudroom Make your entryway a statement piece with terracotta floor tiles! Not only are these terracotta hexagon tiles stylish and sleek, they also make clean-up a breeze. Ceramic tiles are durable and easy to maintain which is why it’s our #1 pick for flooring. You can dress your entryway up or keep things minimal like this mudroom. The minimalist and cozy look of this space makes the terracotta tiles have a spotlight of their own while being able to add pops of color like the throw blanket and plant. Want to know where you can install tile? Visit our blog “8 Areas To Use Ceramic Tile in Your Home” Large Hexagons -1673 EspressoInterior Design - Kinetic Design BuildPhotography - Chelsie Lopez Production The post Terracotta Tile in a Variety of Styles appeared first on Artisan Tile Company: Handmade Ceramic Tiles by Mercury Mosaics.
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Discover stunning bathroom vanity ideas that will inspire your next remodeling project. From classic to contemporary designs, find your perfect style
By incorporating modern features that cater to a small footprint, you can design a bathroom that makes a big impact, even without the sprawling square footage. Need proof? Ahead, we've rounded up 12 small modern bathroom design ideas that you can easily adopt in your next home renovation.
No matter if you’re renting or have your own place, it is important to make it feel like home. To do that, sometimes all you need is to bring in some new plants and hang up your favorite pictures or art on the walls. Other times, you need to get a little bit more elaborate to inject your personality into your space. That is where one starts taking up various DIY projects.
Imagine stepping into your kitchen and being greeted by the invigorating presence of nature. No, we’re not suggesting you pack your kitchen with ivies and fruit trees — that might be a bit too wild for your morning coffee!
Call It Design is an Instagram magazine that shares eye-pleasing examples of what it considers modern design, and it has earned itself 105K followers by doing so.
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Well we made it to another One Room Challenge reveal!! I'm so excited to share this space with you guys and once again am so grateful for this challenge, for giving us the kick in the butt we needed to finish this room! So let's take a look at our new Green and White Color
Katarzyna Tabath-Sklorz and her family live in this gorgeous "eclectic, farmhouse, boho" style house.