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Carrara White Marble 1x2" rectangle pieces and Ming Green 3/8" dots mounted on 12x12" sturdy mesh tile sheet
Made from sturdy cotton sailcloth and lined with a blackout liner, these rugby stripe panels from Pottery Barn Kids hang from grommets for a look that’s both rugged and tailored.
These are not hardwood floors. No, these are something similar but completely different. They're tile. Tile that looks just like hardwood but is practically indestructible and very affordable.
This almost static-like pattern reminds me of gazing up close at a vibrant impressionist painting. The colors are super-saturated — perfect for carpet tiles that are easy to change out at your whim.
With a maritime motif of navy anchors on a backdrop of crisp white, these embroidered sheers will soften the bright summer sun.
Simple, clean line pattern. Love how the color resembles concrete! This would look great on a wet bar backsplash or the walls in a shower.
We've been really impressed by how far ceramic tile has come in creating authentic looking wood finishes. The consistency of tile with a wood look, great over radiant heat or in a warmer climate.
Another great pattern on hand made terra cotta tiles just screams "patina"! We can't get enough of this type of tile which just adds such a sense of depth to a design, be it as a floor tile in a foyer, a bathroom floor tile, perhaps a frame in a kitchen backsplash-so many possibilities.
I am in love with these handmade tiles by Popham Design in Morocco! The chevron pattern in black and white is my favorite.
These light and lovely curtains will brighten any room, and that shade of blue never gets old for me.
I like the idea of swapping out curtain panels with the seasons. These panels would be a good option for locations that don't get much light during the cooler months. And the pattern is a good option for everyone!
This classic pattern and patina just screams 'foyer' to me-would really set the stage for anyone entering your home and actually can work well in a number of different eclectic or traditional styles.
I love these chevron stripe curtain panels in gray, but I also love the idea of black and white chevron curtains.
I call this color “grellow,” but the official name is “citrine.” I think these curtains would be gorgeous against a moody gray wall.
Leave it to Martha Stewart to come up with a pattern that would be timelessly stylish in both traditional and modern interiors. I'd love to use this carpet tile in a living room or entryway.
Lattice Carpet Tile
This cement tile has a great 'rug' pattern in its design, and lovely light blue is a color that can really lift a dark entryway. The colors are a bit more muted so it would work well with any interior. Tiles like this transition really nicely with wood floors.
Get the look of custom made drapes with these paisley print silk curtains from West Elm. They are a great neutral color combination and they let the light stream through.• Silk.• Pole pocket top treatment.• Coordinates with west elm window hardware (sold separately).• All sizes 48"w.
I love this blue curtain from Crate & Barrel! The modern feel and the different hues of blue are fun.
Chrysanthemums anyone? What a fun, quirky take on a polka dot. These are fresh and fun, and add a great neutral pop to a space. I would love to see these in a dining room or living room.
How can you go wrong with a classic bamboo shade in any space? These great-quality shades come in a multitude of widths and are at a great price point.
I like the look of zebra, but I'm not so much a fan of hides. These floor tiles let me have the pattern I like without the skin, thanks to their synthetic nylon makeup.
Mod Zebra Carpet Tile
We love this pattern, bright, cheery, ethnic-so much going on here! I can really imagine seeing this in my foyer when I come home.
This is a fun way to create a play space indoors our out. The puzzle pieces come in different colors so you can mix them up for a really playful scene. Kids will love them and they're easy to assemble - if you like puzzles!
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