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Stone Mosaics Stone Tile

Stone tile is beautiful to behold. There are many different designs in terms of stone mosaics that will bring a smile to your face. Stone mosaics also feels beautiful on your feet. There are a number of designs below that you may be interested in.

Metal and stone backsplash tiles

These durable marble tiles create a great focal point to suit a variety of enviroments and imaginations. Applications can include kitchen backsplashes, shower walls, or even boarder accents to existing tile work. The mesh backing not only simplifies installation, it also allows the tiles to be separated which adds to their design flexibility.

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she does not carry t

she does not carry them. Is there a brand name of these black and white pendant ligths to facilitate locating them with some other supplier? thank you. by Anouk posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Subway tile is cold

Subway tile is cold and institutional lniookg. A kitchen needs some personality. I agree, it shouldn't be too busy or clash; but saying that subway tile is for everyone makes clones of everyone's kitchens. There is never only one right way. I understand your point; but you're doing a major disservice to your readers and clients. How boring. One size NEVER fits all. by Srikant posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

I would like to see

I would like to see the pic. More important did you ever get to color your hair? I like it red! Your story reinedmd me of when Paul's dad and I exploded several hard boiled eggs we put on the stove and left the apartment for what was suppose to be a few minutes. Not a pretty sight when we returned. But, I think I made him clean it up! Love always, bev by Suu posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

Stay optimistic. I

Stay optimistic. I want to beevlie it can happen too!I have many re-dos and just got ideas for what my kitchen should have. Not nearly so intensive as your re-do but I have to do it myself so...yeah, it WILL be intensive.Sorry I haven't sent those veggies. I haven't forgotten-in fact in the middle of the night I woke up and worried what kind of bad blogger buddy I am for not keeping my word. I then tried to figure out how to send my canned-in-glass-jars produce as an alternative to fresh. Still working on that one. Maybe I'lll just send you my first born.And my word vaerification was ajrkl by Ryieznah posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

Thanks for the info

Thanks for the info Katherine! It's really funny bsaeuce my boyfriend read the blog and decided that he hates that chandelier with a passion. I think I'm going to end up buying some pieces to try it out in the space so he can fall in love with it for it to stay. By the way I have read your blog a few times. It's a really good read. We're also into the modern contemporary look. So I love all your choices. You're home is going to look great. Thanks again! by Fatma posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

Looking good. And

Looking good. And smart move on the colored grout. I spent a nbumer of years cleaning white grout around nearly black tiles in the bathroom for my aunt. I had to use a bleach paste with a toothbrush. If anyone wonders why I have no interest in ever having ceramic tiles anywhere that should tell you the story. by Marlies posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Hey! I recognise yo

Hey! I recognise your kiecthn! You look like you have an almost identical stove (gas, I approve!) fridge (though you have a few more buttons than we do) and are those KraftMaid Mission style cabinets in Cherry that I see?Tell me that you are getting granite countertops in UbaTuba too....And ignore the pessimists: our optimism was only barely misplaced two years ago: it took a few days longer than we expected at this stage, but only a three or four. And the sink only fell out once:-)Thanks for visiting the Breadbox yesterday!N. by Thiago posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

I think BHG does a b

I think BHG does a better job of asrdedsing ordinary Americans' remodeling and decorating concerns than the other shelter magazines.BHG may not have the snob appeal and the high falutin' eye candy, but it's amazing how much fresh material they produce on an ongoing basis. I use their photos often for my site to illustrate good staging. I also like their decorating books because they never disappoint and are packed with new ideas, something you can't always say for decorating books, even the big glossies. by Francilene posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

No, nothing will sho

No, nothing will show thogruh the back of the tile due to the fact that the color is fired onto the back of the tile. The primary benefit of firing the color on the back is that it is opaque and the setting materials will not show thogruh. Thanks for your interest in Glass Tile Warehouse. by Bobby posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Lu Bev here from

Lu Bev here from Vermont. I've been following your blog since Day 1. The Photo Guy sent the Architect Guy an email noicte. If you get a chance, come to Vermont to see us. I am loving the colors you picked for our house, and we also took your advice on painting our front door wall a pea green (it was so long ago, you may not remember you weighed in on that!). Anyway, your place looks beautiful, and I am one of those girls who thinks that orange and aqua are a great combination, thank you very much. In fact, that is the color palette of one of the upstairs bathrooms! I love your blog.Bev by Anas posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015
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