104 bathroom sink ceramic Floors, Windows & Doors Products
My future plans include replacing the living room/dining room carpet that flows into the kitchen with hardwood floors — a trick for making a small kitchen appear bigger!
This is a great stone for a mudroom or entryway. Ties in well with wood floors and is so forgiving in showing dirt and other sins.
If you do want to go with ceramic tile, there are plenty of inexpensive options out there. This beautiful, warm-toned tile is less than $1 per square foot!
OK, for every boring door in your house, take one of these non-boring polka dot doorknobs, install and ban boring forever.
These may be too intricate and gorgeous for my kitchen (sigh), but I love these knobs. And they come in red, too.
Love the simple, subtle herringbone made of marble. I am considering this for my kitchen backsplash. A pattern — but not too busy!
This is a favorite cabinet knob of ours, which comes in five different colors. One of the great things about cabinet hardware is that you can change it whenever the mood seizes you. We change ours frequently, which really changes the feeling of a room dramatically.
Poised and polished, this knob gives a nod to lovers of elegance everywhere. It would provide a fabulous facelift for any bathroom or kitchen.
Color doesn't always need to come in large doses. Do you have a cabinet or dresser that could use a little pick-me-up? I love using these in unexpected places, like the bathroom. My guest bath has a couple of these to add a splash of color.
Daha Ceramic Door Knob
These intricately painted handles would look beautiful on a set of white drawers or even a richly saturated piece of furniture. And how stunning would it be if that piece of furniture were placed in front of a turquoise glass tiled wall? Sigh.
Just look at these painted knobs! They would look wonderful on any vintage white cabinetry in the house.
A perfect stone for floors in a modern or traditional space. Is truly adaptable to it's surroundings and furnishings.
Metro hex tiles in white with black dots are a great flooring solution. They give off an air of a French café while also bringing in the simplicity of a commercial kitchen.
This tile pattern is really feminine and groovy. I really like the faded, muted colors for such a funky pattern.
Mission Tile Trebol
These little hand painted knobs pack a fancy little punch. Put them on the doors of your bathroom vanity sink or dress up your boring-looking pantry cupboard.
A dark gray porcelain floor tile would ground the mudroom and withstand all that a busy family would throw its way. Go for large tiles with medium to dark grout and small grout lines to make cleaning a cinch.
Burma Negro Tile
I love the colors and details in this knob. It adds a ton of character if you have humdrum doors. The detail on it is amazing.
Striped Drawer Pull
Whoooooooo can resist this charming owl knob? Perfect for adding a touch of whimsy to a refurbished desk, chest or door cabinets.
A classic knob which will work in a contemporary or traditional kitchen design. Comes in a variety of finishes.
This is an unpolished, glazed, porcelain floor tile from Crossville, Inc. Tuscan Clay is available in a wide variety of sizes across four colorways.
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