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After 20 years together, my husband and I have finally graduated to a bathroom with two sinks. Unfortunately the ugly, oversized mirror running the length of the wall between them reads like pulp fiction: "The Looking Glass That Ate My Bath." And so I've been researching more artful ideas for multiple mirrors.
Be All About Grout
The first step to picking out new tile is choosing a tile you like. This can be a somewhat lengthy process on its own, made infinitely easier by the fact that you can just search Merola Tile on hom…
Penny Rounds Mosaic
Penny Round Mosaic Tiles in porcelain are retro classics, but these new colors bring them into a fresh, modern look. Exciting mosaic for bathrooms and kitchens. See all 45 penny tile colors....
How to Install Penny Tile - The DIY Village
When you're dealing with installing penny tile, the best place to start is to measure the space you'll be working in. To find the square footage of the....
Bathroom review part 2 (potty and tile).
Last week I dished about the pros and cons of cement counters. This week I’m continuing on with our main bathroom review and doing some tile and potty talk. This toilet gets an A+++ in design…
Liz and John’s 1926 Sears Craftsman in Phoenix
Name: John and Liz Tavarez Location: Fairview Place; Phoenix, Arizona Size: 1,004 square feet Years lived in: 7 years; Owned Liz and John live in a Sears Craftsman assembled in 1926. Their neighborhood, Fairview Place, was granted Historic Designation in 1994. It’s the oldest house in their neighborhood by two years. In Phoenix, this is considered incredibly old. In fact, generally speaking, a home built before 1960 is considered old.
Vote for the Best Bath Space in the Remodelista Considered Design Awards: Amateur Category - Remodelista
The judges have selected the finalists; it's now up to you to choose the winners. Vote for the five finalists in each of the 17 Considered Design Awards ca
Blue Kitchen Cabinets
White cabinetry in kitchens has been popular for quite a few years now. As much as I love the clean, classic look, I'm starting to feel like all of these white kitchens look the same. I'd have the same reaction if fashion designers kept sending white oxford shirts down the runway season after season (even though I love white oxford shirts). There are a variety of ways to add color and interest to an all white kitchen including easy additions like rugs or bold countertop accessories. For the…
Exciting New Tile Trends for 2017 (And a Few Old Favorites Here to Stay)
Hi, my name is Nancy Mitchell, and I’m a tile addict. I’m so into tile right now that I’ve joked with co-workers that I could create an entirely new blog devoted entirely to tile. This is a very, very good time for tile. The general movement we’re seeing is towards tile that makes a statement, whether it’s with interesting shapes, colors, patterns, or textures — and there are more interesting shapes, colors, patterns, and textures out there than ever before.