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Using the Right Lighting to Accentuate Your Kitchen Countertops

Chances are that your countertops are a major part of the look of your kitchen. Regardless of the style and color of terrazzo tiles you choose for your kitchen countertop, the lighting you use can either hide their beauty or accentuate it. With the right lighting, the beauty of your entire kitchen -- and its gorgeous terrazzo tiled countertop -- will be the room's focal point. Below are a few ideas that work well in the kitchen:

How to Use Wood Look Tiles in Your Outdoor Spaces

Wood flooring is a hot trend that is warmly classical and welcoming. One only has to look at the popularity of hardwood floors that anyone can get now with the range of engineered wood planks available. Previously, though, the beauty of wood flooring has been relegated to the inside of the home because it simply isn't designed to withstand the outside elements.

Ways to Make Your Kitchen Pop with Black Subway Tiles

The kitchen is the undisputed center of any home so it pays to make it inviting in ways that match your style. Black subway terrazzo tiles are a product that is as versatile as it is beautiful. It's the perfect addition to any kitchen and here are four ways to help you pull it off in yours!

Things to Love About Wood Look Trend Terrazzo Tiles

Wood look terrazzo tile is one of the flooring industries hottest trends. It's really no surprise when you consider that it combines the coveted look of wood with the durability and low maintenance of terrazzo tiles. Because of technological advancements in the manufacturing process, wood look Trend terrazzo tiles have an incredible amount of detail that makes them difficult to distinguish from real wood flooring.

Tile Ideas for Your Walk-in Shower

A walk-in shower has the ability to completely transform the look of your bathroom as well as your showering experience. Because there is a lack of obstructions, the transition between the shower area and the rest of the room is more fluid with a sense of continuity. Not only is a walk-in shower roomier -- providing more space for people who fall more easily like seniors and children -- it also lends itself well to a minimalist style.

Four Ways to Create a Bold Backsplash for Your Bar

The presence of a bar in a home's basement or other living space conjures up images of fun, entertainment and visual appeal. One of the best ways to make sure that your home's bar lives up to that notion is to go bold when it comes to creating its backsplash. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

What You Need to Know About Grout

When you're choosing the tile for your project, chances are that grout is something that you don't even think about until someone asks you which type you are going to use. Choosing the wrong grout can threaten to overtake even that most gorgeous tile so it's important to give the decision some careful thought. Here's what you need to know about grout:

How to Give Your Home Real French Style

French style in home decor has come to meet something that isn't quite authentically French. Shabby chic or French provincial might be better descriptors of the decorating style that many people think of when they want a French-inspired home. If your tastes dovetail more accurately with real French style, the ideas below will help you accomplish this.

3 Elements to Help You Choose Tile You'll Always Love

You've decided to take the plunge and remodel all or a portion of your home. After much deliberation and thought, you've chosen tile as your flooring of choice because of its superior palette of advantages. When it comes to deciding on the right tile for your project, though, you might find that the many options for colors, designs, and tones make it difficult to narrow down your favorites. The following ideas can help you do so:

How to Create a Faux Mudroom

A mudroom can make a huge difference when trying to contain the inevitable mess that inclement weather brings into your home. Even if your house doesn't have a mudroom built right in, there are still some creative ways that you can add one. The three ideas below help you think outside the box when it comes to developing a place to park drying coats and muddy rain boots.

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