Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Monday, March 23, 2015
by Bernbaum Magadini Architects
Once again, you can see the intensity the mosaic wall adds to the bathroom, turning a calm, serene space into an invigorating oasis perfect for bath time pleasure.
Aqua Blue For Various Settings
Surprisingly, aqua blue is a quite well-liked color for artists designing a mosaic wall. This selection closely resembles the rippling of water under the sun, which can be fairly mesmerizing, even if it only requires shape in the form of little glass cubes.
by Birdhouse Media
by Bonick Landscaping
by Dkor Interiors Inc
by Triton Austin Architectural Interiors
A Option Of Colour
I like mosaic walls for their color. There is really no right or wrong way to come about such a design technique. As long as you pick the color of your selection, there is bound to be a pot of gold waiting at the finish of your style rainbow.
by Ekman Design Studio
by Elad Gonen
The sunflower mosaic above is a beautiful creation for residences hunting to establish a warm, comforting vibe. When a effective image is accented with the right backdrop colour, correct design and style magic occurs. Above we see how a deep tone of maroon offsets the radiant floral style, creating a spectacular attitude and overall impact.
by Esther Herschcorch
If massive flower mosaics are not your issue, maybe piecing with each other your favored quote across the wall of the room could be favorable. Let me guess yours… "carpe diem?"
by IMI Style Inc.
by Jen Chu Design
Superb and Colorful Patterns
We all take pleasure in a great pattern each now and once more, especially if it is completed correct and by the hands of a talented creative genius. Right here are some praiseworthy mosaic patterns that will lure you in, if you haven't already been swept away by it all.
The design and style above is meant to resemble flower petals, and if you ask me, I consider the designers did a great job in creating one thing abstractly wonderful.
Of course I usually like to save the very best for final. The selection above is almost certainly a single of my favored styles all through this post, because it ties in colour, story, and a bit of traditional taste. It's ideal for a monochromatic home that just demands a single feature to make the complete location pop.
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Sunday, March 22, 2015
1. Go Reflective
Now this is a beautiful tile idea. It makes the bathroom look bigger, even with its dark color.Archello.
2. Go With the Ocean Colors
Tile in turquoise, aqua, seafoam or blue green (whichever name you prefer) would work. Here's another bathroom in reflective tile but this time it's turquoise. It produces a very festive look.Archello.
Seafoam tile makes this tiny bathroom awesome. It makes you wanna take a swim, and the pool with the matching water color is right there. Photos: Ricardo Oliveira Alves
These blue green 'fish scale' tiles with the ocean motif are definitely in. Style-files.
3. Go Artistic
Designed by Marcel Wanders, even a bathroom is an art creation in this patterned and textured space.
4. Go Bold
Love the red tile and the beautiful accent it adds to the bathroom. Red works perfectly with natural wood color. Balance Associates Architects.
5. Go Horizontal
The long horizontal tile pattern is quite trendy now. Even Home Depot carries similar tile now. Makes room look wider.
6. Go Exotic
Finding exotic looking natural stone slabs is not easy but well worth the challenge. Many stone warehouses carry them on occasion. Symmetrical slabs make the most impression but they don't have to be symmetric to look exotic. A slab such as is must be 'on display', no questions about.Elliman.
7. Go Matchy-Matchy
In this bathroom idea, the multi-color tiles are perfectly coordinated with the colors of the recycled wood barn door and the color of the vanity. BeyondHomes.
8. Go Monochrome
Similar patterned tile (as above) but in monochrome colors. It's the latest hottest trend. Follow beautiful floor and wall tile ideas in this stunning warehouse renovation by Paola Navone.
Grey concrete tile, considered the new neutral, continue to be a popular choice for homeowners.