Tile showers have a certain bit of luxury attached to their design. And fortunately enough, they’re easy than you think to design and create. You just have to have the right bit of inspiration to get your vision started. Because who doesn’t want glitter in their grout!? Houseplants are the home décor staple that will never go out of style. In my opinion, the more plants you have, the better. Not only do they lend well to a homey aesthetic, but they’re good for your home as well. Sometimes the simplest things are the most important. One of my most basic go-tos is a subway tile While it may not sound exciting, these rectangular tiles make a big impact.
And even if you have the blackest of thumbs, there are still variations you can find that will thrive on their own. But just adding a plant to a room in your house isn’t as satisfying as intentionally weaving them into your home décor. Easier said than done, right? Don’t worry, you too can style your houseplants like an interior designer. Read on for some real-life inspiration and tips. I often prefer a hand-formed subway tile in a white crackle glaze — matte in the bathroom and shiny in the kitchen. The great thing about subway tiles? Even if your wallet is a little tight, you can still get a great look.
The more it sparkles, the better…. right? I’m not sure how easy glitter grout is to install (I’ve heard that most contractors hate it), but I’m certain it’s worth the effort for the extra dazzle, especially if you plan on using it in a small space such as a back splash in a home bar or accent trim in a bathroom. I love that I can adapt these tiles to any space or look. There is certainly a place for some fancy shapes and materials; hexagons, squares, and more! The simplicity of the lines coupled with timeless style, make them the perfect backdrop for kitchens and bathrooms alike.