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Kristina Ciccu Interior Design
Woodinville Residence
black and cherry together, black handles
Combination of granite with tile on the walls.
black work space and bright wood
Maple and black countertops
?black granit with light cabinets
Another view of big tile
cool great tiles...3d Tiles...Black splash...Tile on backsplash
“Grey backsplash” — Maria Martin
m.a.p. interiors inc. / Sylvia Beez
13 Reviews
m.a.p. interiors
My LR is same design. Like the red in main room. Can I put the mustard where the white is and continue to the left wall with the red? Thank you for your suggestions.
Nice accent color, black bookshelf expresses modern asian culture
the white for the externals, and colors to invite to enter, and suggest the interest
Black Unit (but on the wall)
“More room divider ideas” — bertolo
What it's the color of the black on the back wall
Like black and white drama with a pop of blue. I can see a choice of a pop of peach, bright pink, yellow, lime green, red.
dark and light: but white? vs. warmer color?
The layout and that the floor is carpet like mine.
the black accent wall looks great...who would have thought black wall
liking the furniture & black back wall
“Colors” — lillyjanegcm
China Home Inspirational Design Ideas Michael Freeman Yao Jing
white worktop, a bit too white
green lights with the white and black
integration * Clean railing/ Black-White treads/sides
love this place; exposed brick, great floors and tons of open space...also, I see natural light streaming in. I'll take it
Kitchen Island: White Quartz; Green hanging lights
Like the look of rough stone tile linking kitchen backsplash to other room (would look good in kitchen and framing fireplace)
Open floor plan, open stairs, natural light
Chinese design due to the attraction to simplicity. This clean white and gray open-plan living space is punctuated with red lacquer accents. The kitchen worktop can be used for both food preparation and dining.Tip: Start with stark white interiors as a canvas for your furniture. Chinese design places
“Stairs” — sramery
m.a.p. interiors inc. / Sylvia Beez
13 Reviews
m.a.p. interiors
Asian powder room with Hakatai mosaic glass tile wall as backdrop, Asian vanity with Koi vessel sink, modern faucet in bamboo shape, Asian wall sconces and dramatic golden mirror. Floor is polished concrete.
mosaic glass tile · polished concrete floor · red mosaic glass tile. round mirror · red wall · Zen style
wall tiles - go well with red wall
Red mosaic wall with red walls. They did light flooring
love red tile wall for shower and wall color overall extra bath
“Washroom” — emillionaire
Zenteriors by Camian Larson
4 Reviews
super sexy bathtub. Additionally, how these white fixtures work. I normally do not like white fixtures.
interesting look, though the stark white tub and sinks look out of place to me.
shower floor, bathtub, door, sink, countertop
l like the stone in the shower floor and the side splash on the counters, raised basins and faucets from the wall
wall color, mix of tile, asian elements
“Top on knee wall” — Stephanie Kaiser-Winslow
Kristina Ciccu Interior Design
Woodinville Residence
Hi, thanks for asking! These are a polished granite called Cambria Black.
tiles backsplash, curve on island, alder stained like cherry cabinets, pulls
Big black tiles with small tiles
black appl w absolute black granite and maple wood
gorgeous combination of light floors, medium wood cabinets, black counters.
The contrast of the natural or blonde maple with the black counter tops
this with light maple floor and drop ceiling
“support for island” — nivn
Summit Design Remodeling, LLC
Small Bathroom with Big Style
Hi Emily, We used a tile edge cap to finish off the pebble mosaic. The edge cap is a 3/8" Rondec Tuscan Beige edge cap. It comes in long pieces - I recall that they are 8 feet long each. The pebble mosaic tile is is called Perfect Black & Tan Square Interlock Pebble Mosaic. It
The pebble tile is the perfect touch! ...
Hi agerelus, Thank you for your inquiry. In this location, the amount of water exposure should be less than say in a shower. So cleaning it should be less often. That being said, there inherently is more grout with any pebble type tile and I would recommend
recommend using a grout boost additive or the product that your tile supplier recommends to decrease any mold or mildew. With any natural stone tile (pebbles or otherwise) they should always be sealed using a good penetrating stone sealer. The sealer should also help with keeping it clean. Good luck
“More Pebbles” — banana0muerte
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