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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.
All of the gorgeous natural variation of natural stone and the super elegant blue gray which really works wonderfully on a bathroom floor or in a mudroom. Rustic and elegant at the same time and quite affordable.
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.
Great sophisticated color in natural cleft for more texture, affordable natural stone for floors, mudrooms, entryways and the like.
This door feels like it's been transported from a monastery in the French countryside. It's a classic look that compliments a range of architecture.
Natural cleft slate has tons of texture and really gives you the option natural stone at a more affordable price point. Super in entryways or mudrooms, bathrooms as well.
This is another favorite product of ours, we have used it several times (including in our own kitchen!) with tumbled edges. French Vanilla has a lovely variation of color and really looks fantastic at a great price point.
All of the variation of this slate is great for a mudroom floor at a great price-this stone hides everything, which we love for high traffic areas.
Commercial-grade vinyl tile with a mottled finish is a great way to improve the kitchen floor at a fraction of the cost of real ceramic tile. This particular kind doesn't even need glue!
We are genuine floor nuts-too many people ignore them in their homes when they can deliver a sense of time and place like few other materials or design features. Antique limestone simply screams Mediterranean country style, I'd love to have it underfoot in my kitchen or throughout a country home.
This Portuguese limestone has a wonderful color variation from blue-greys to browns and can be used on floors and walls to great effect. Available in a multitude of sizes.
The rope detail on these cabinet knobs is a great way to infuse a bit of nautical style into your home without going "overboard."
This knob reminds me of one you might see in a 1920s-era hotel. It would add elegance and sophistication to any room.
A perfect stone for floors in a modern or traditional space. Is truly adaptable to it's surroundings and furnishings.
How about adding real stones to your backsplash? Earthy, textural, neutral, and fun, this rustic element just keeps gaining popularity.
There's no better way to spruce up a boring concrete patio floor than with tile — and no easier way of tiling than this. No special tools, no adhesives, easy-peasy!
The way this oak takes the dark stain really makes a statement. Using dark wood floors in a home really grounds the rest of your design choices.
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
Pierre Noir Tile
These beautiful drapes (with blackout lining) would immediately add a spring touch to any room. The pattern is soft and beautiful. You could introduce any color into a space with slate blue.
Regal and sophisticated, this knob demands attention. It is strong and would not disappear into the background of any room.
The combination of wood and metal is to die for. I love, love these; they're so unique. They would look great in a masculine study or a library.
Not only do I love this mid century modern design, I love the color coordination and the porch furniture in this picture. What a perfect retro look.
The Fontenot Doorlite Kit
This one-of-a-kind knob is inspired by the architectural beauty of coral. Made of stainless steel covered in gold plate, this statement piece would be perfect in a beach house.
Coral Cabinet Knob
Get your kicks on Route 66! This whimsical knob features the iconic road sign that dots the American highway. This nickel-plated piece would be perfect on painted furniture.
Changing out your door hardware is an easy fix that will make a big difference. I love these egg-shaped ones that are a steal.
This creates a formal and old-world feel in a kitchen by adding a decorative element to every door and drawer front. Less focus on the utilitarian function of a kitchen and more focus on the style.
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