Tile & Stone

The WOW Factor

Tile & Stone are the icing on the cake to any space.

Whether on a fireplace or a back splash in a kitchen to floors and bathrooms, tile and stone are a great way of bringing style and warmth to any space.  It has the potential to be that WOW factor in any room.

We had this small bar area off the kitchen where we could use a different back splash tile. We spent a little more money per sf on this back tile because it was a smaller area. It is a beautiful accent and this was the perfect place to do something like this!
Granite that has the look of wood. Really beautiful!
Here we just added new counters, new back splash, sink and faucets. The customer wanted to keep the oak cabinets and the tile floors, so we worked together to give this client what they wanted.
Granite…real stone!
I love the niche’s. They are finished off with accent metal, love the clean look.
This is a close up of the shower to the right. The tile itself has a gradiated darker gray edge. I wish you could have seen this one in person. It is so beautiful when you see it.
Beautiful granite and new porcelain rectangular sinks.
Granite and porcelain tile back splash
Granite and porcelain black tile
Brick softened with paint
Ceramic tile

Teardrop glass tile backsplash

We have used this same tile for a couple different projects…perfect for a backsplash or fireplace surround. 

Counter tops…the large slab to the left here is what we used for these counter tops. The back splash was a clean taupe ceramic tile in a brick pattern.
This was a white fireplace without a mantle. We painted it a nice warm brown taupe and then had a mantle built to play off the beautiful oak floors.
LVT Luxury Vinyl Flooring – Perfect for bathrooms because it works well in wet areas.
Tile laid vertically. It actually expands the space and makes it feel larger. The vertical accent stripe is also a great look.
We extended the shower 18″ into the laundry room. This left us with space for a bench and gave the shower so much more space.
This is a accent tile (close up) that we used in a new bar area.
Quartz counters and back splash
Small Octagon tile for flooring
Accent shower tile