Interiors: Minimalist interior design by Joseph Dirand. The New York Times takes us inside the French architect's stunning Paris apartment. Seen here is his small kitchen - copper accents, unique marble and herringbone/chevron floors.
Designer Susan Anthony chose a black tile backsplash, installed in a timeless herringbone pattern, to contrast beautifully with this kitchen's white cabinets. Black and white really are a no-fail combo
The double shower head shower Sam wants us to have one day. It looks AWESOME. I love everything about this bathroom, especially the white subway tiles. Modern Home - Bathroom Design - Open Shower - Herringbone Pattern - Wood Floors - Ceramic Tile
Chip and Joanna Gaines refinished the original clawfoot tub and used shiplap to create an accent wall. A large mirror framed with matching wood helps pull the entire space together. I love the herringbone floors
Ariele Alasko is a wood artisan in Brooklyn. The chevron wall is built of plaster lath from Brooklyn, and the windows were rescued from various homes. The salvaged beams were installed and notched by hand.
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