Get creative with your display techniques. This simple block construction playfully displays succulents in an unexpected and graphic way.
Upgrade bathroom tile with ultrarich color. Take your bathroom to the next level with superpigmented turquoise tile in varied shapes and sizes. Random shapes creates a mosaic effect on the floor, while a framed area takes the place of wall art.
Consider a mosaic accent on walls or floors. The swallows shown here are part of a mosaic done on a bathroom wall, though a similar design would look spectacular on a floor as well. Mosaics do tend to cost more, but even a small area can make a big design impact.
Enhance your home's exterior with tilework.
handmade DIY wall full of Fiestaware fragments, broken china and little cup handles that jauntily stick out.
cut into the walls to recess their furniture. Backed with glass block and fronted with Ikea cabinet doors, this cabinet provides additional storage for dishware.
CD racks inserted between wall studs create four storage cabinets in the hallway. Previously, there was simply a long, blank wall devoid of purpose.
the terra-cotta floor
Light-stained oak beams and accents add a warm contrast to the blue and green.
Look into an herb rack like this one, which attaches to the back of the cabinet door. Just be sure it will clear the edges of the shelves when the door is closed.
The roots will need ample room for growth, so I recommend starting with a pot that’s at least 12 inches in diameter and at least 8 inches deep. Any material or shape will work; just keep in mind that metal and dark-colored pots heat up more quickly than others.
The average person's line of sight is roughly 5 feet, so making sure the center of the mirror is 5 feet off the floor is a good rule of thumb.
While unadorned mirrors can work well in most spaces, a tiny room needs a big statement. A gorgeous mirror with an iridescent frame makes this room shine.
Regina Andrew Lighting Aqua Glass Ripple Lamp - $198
Note base and final
Chinese-patterned red wallpaper gives this space such depth and richness. Try to imagine the same wall in a sage green or beige — feels pretty blah after this, right?
The long central island was key to organizing this work area. The butcher block top provides plenty of space for two and creates an easy pass-through from one side of the kitchen to the other. Notice floor tile
turquoise Venetian plaster ceiling create the illusion of more space.