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The Cement Tile Trend is Holding Strong (& We Couldn’t Be Happier)

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Some trends stand the test of time for a reason. Case in point: cement tiles. Although they’ve been making waves in the decor scene for a looong while now (historians date some versions back to the 12th Century), these beautiful tiles started to pop up inside the most design-savvy contemporary homes across the globe in recent years in a big way.

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Posted on Jul 12, 2017

On the Rocks: How To Bring the Marble Look Into Every Room

The mere mention of marble conjures up the honed surfaces of luxury hotels, iconic landmarks such as the Taj Mahal, and lavish dream kitchens and bathrooms, yet the longstanding stone favorite is making a grand entrance into our homes these days in more affordable ways than just via floor or counter surfaces. Whether splurging for the natural stone itself or opting for the faux look, the trend has never been more attainable to get. Peruse our roundup of marble-ous (see what we did there?) finds to incorporate the luxe material into your home.

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Posted on Jul 11, 2017

Look We Love: Concrete Tile in the Kitchen

Look, there’s nothing wrong with subway tile. But as a lover of pattern and color and texture, I couldn’t be more excited that bolder, more daring tiles are starting to make their way into the kitchen. One of my favorite looks, especially for a modern kitchen, is concrete tile . Its slightly worn texture gives it a old-world, been-there-forever look, while its bold colors and patterns elevate a kitchen far beyond the ordinary.

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Posted on Jul 8, 2017

The Hot Kitchen Trend Giving White Marble a Run for its Money

White marble — especially the snowy and subtly veined carrara — has long been a dominant material in kitchens. If you’re looking for something a little different, or want to embrace the trend of darker, more layered looks that are coming to the kitchen lately, consider black marble. It has all the loveliness of its lighter counterparts, stains less easily, and is a great way to add class and character.

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Posted on Jun 29, 2017

The Best Thing We Did To This Rental Bathroom Was (Almost) Free

It’s hard to make an old rental bathroom look new again, deep down in its bones. You’re limited to surface moves: decluttering the medicine cabinet, painting the walls, or buying a new shower curtain and towels — but those largely gloss over the real heart of darkness — the moldy corners and rusty crevices —that make your bathroom feel gross and icky. This is where a weekend shower tile refresh comes in, and it’s both transformative and cheap.

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Posted on Jun 28, 2017

If You Love Tile Indoors, Wait Until You See It Outdoors

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We’re living in the midst of what I like to think of as a tile renaissance. Tile, limited for so many years to boring, conservative designs, is now enjoying a moment in the sun, with new and exciting patterns and textures and shapes popping up all the time. We’re also seeing people start to use tile in places where you didn’t see it before, taking it beyond the typical bathroom and kitchen applications. And one of the places where I’m most excited to see tile making inroads is outdoors.

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Posted on Jun 25, 2017

Terrazzo: The Forgotten Flooring Material is Back, and Better than Ever

The wheel of design is always turning, and at no time is this more delightful than when something you remember from your childhood as being particularly dowdy is suddenly the height of chic. My mother’s sandals and culottes are suddenly for sale at Urban Outfitters, and similarly, the floors of my parents’ house are the hottest new thing in design. Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to terrazzo.

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Posted on Jun 23, 2017

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