Herringbone pattern w/wood tile - for master closet

the case for herringbone tile Mudroom flooring. Gray, wood grain tile in herringbone pattern. {a sugared life}

Grey hall

Great mudroom solution Simple hallway is looking neat and clean. White shoe rack is making area bigger. Mirror on the wall is giving open feeling. Flowers are giving fresh feeling. Lights are making area bright we can see Rectangle shape on the shoe rack.

Fresh and bright hallway. Grey stair runner, and styled console table. Painted Farrow and Ball Manor House Gray, door frames and skirting. Feature ceiling light.

THE PAINTED FRAMEWORK Fresh and bright hallway. Grey stair runner, and styled console table. Painted Farrow and Ball Manor House Gray, door frames and skirting.

Ramsden Road, Balham - Hughes Developments

Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion.

White kitchen and sink, white cabinets with gray countertop by bridgette.jons

love the stainless steel apron sink.and the white cabinets with dark floors.dark floors are probably a bad idea for country living tho

Decidedly Modern in Design sensibility. Crafted in Italy, Lucca combines a variety of smooth and textured finishes in field tiles, mosaic patterns and dimensional carved Pieces. Lucca's exciting blend of texture and dimension will lend visual drama to any space. Lucca - White Venatino Marble Textured Chevron Mosaic - 4 piece pattern -Walker Zanger

A l ¡ n a Lucca - White Venatino Marble Textured Chevron Mosaic - 4 piece pattern -Walker Zanger

Grey Carpet Runner to Stairs: #stairs #carpet #interiordesign #homedecor

Looking for something like this potentially for our staircase. We painted them white temporarily as a cost-saving measure and really like the look. But think a lovely runner like this would be better in the long run! Grey Carpet Runner to Stairs:

"God," German architect Mies van der Rohe once famously said, "is in the details." It's hard to imagine more beautiful details than these eight boundaries where two flooring surfaces meet, marrying different materials in innovative and elegant ways. If you decide to imitate these transitions in your own home, don't be surprised if everyone spends all their time looking down.

It's All in the Details: Beautiful Flooring Transitions We Can't Get Enough Of

oak and tiles divided with metal strip. Brass strip between the living room floorboards and kitchen tiles.

Ding Dong White Trim is Dead The New Look for Painted Trim? Anything But White | Apartment Therapy

The New Look for Painted Trim? Anything But White

For a long time now, white-painted woodwork has been de rigeur in the domestic interior, so much so that it& almost a foregone conclusion

dark wooden floors/ french doors/ black trimmings

Our Favorite Decorating Trends in Tile, Stone & Wood

We love the drama of a dark hardwood floor against white walls and dark fixtures. Our white oak floors can look beautiful in a similar dark finish.

Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over 1,000 square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion. The basements now house a home cinema, study, guest bedroom and steam room. The remainder read more

Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion.

Bath Shaker Kitchen: White walls and Pantry Blue Cabinets make this stunning kitchen a bright, open space for a family to live in. Dark brown parquet floors have finished the kitchen perfectly.

Pantry Blue and Parquet, a perfect match.

We love our Original Vintage Dark Oak Parquet paired with this stunning Pantry Blue kitchen from Devol. To find out more about this floor or the rest of our Vintage Parquet Collection call 01269 851 910 or visit our webiste.

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