When designing his new 2,500-square-foot home up in the mountains of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, longtime woodworker, Jason Good, wanted to create a space that was both contemporary and functional.
When remodeling their second-story bathroom in Barton Hills, TX, a couple selected different types of ceramic and porcelain tile to complement each other and blend in with the various Moroccan-inspired fixtures to create a cohesive look
A trio of bathrooms in a Texas home was remodeled using a palette of neutral colored tiles, complemented by earth tone-colored mosaics and quartz surfacing, to provide more space for each family member
When an award-winning interior architect in upstate New York wanted to transform her home’s ordinary bathroom and family room into two new peaceful spaces, she utilized an array of different tile and stone products that helped convey a relaxing environment.
When the owners of an older outdated condominium in Orlando, FL, wanted to update their unsafe and nonfunctional residence into a second vacation home that was both functional and inviting, they sought help from an experienced, award-winning interior design agency in the local area.
To incorporate some color and detail into one of the most used rooms in his home, a skilled Californian chef enlisted the help of an established local interior designer with more than two decades of experience to create an enticing kitchen backsplash.
When renovating two of Marquette University’s core buildings, architects selected a varying palette of porcelain tile that would blend aesthetically well together and return the buildings back to their original luster
In this issue of Stone World, read more about the new Silica Rule, which was recently announced by the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and scheduled to go into effect on June 23, 2016.