This item is called Victory Glass Crackle Antique What a great job!
This showstopper powder room was actually my client Nelly's creation. Using my Lazer Pinwheel Mosaic, and Lazer 1 x 1 Mosaic, she knocked this one out of the park. Can you believe she works at a Bank? I am still trying to get this woman to work for me. Hats off to you on this Nelly!
This was a risky one that worked out exceptionally well. When designing a fireplace, most people go the safe route and use stone cladding. We decided to use this concave shaped taupe glass called Hi-2 FOG. The results were stunning! Another job well done.
This is the grout I used for my showroom expansion. It's Called Bostik TruColor. Far superior to any grout I have ever seen on the market.
This magnificent limestone replica porcelain tile adds a modern, yet soft and understated beauty. Perfect!
We didn't have much space to work with for this bathroom remodel, but I really wanted to do something dramatic to spice it up. So we decided to add this really cool link mosaic porcelain tile for the floor. What can I say...... ??? Well done indeed!
I had to treat my Girl Nelly right with her bathroom reno. She was just getting herself together from all the damage done by Hurricane Sandy. I used this great bathroom wall tile from Porcelanosa called Talis Beige. It replicates a grasscloth look, but in a very smooth and subtle way. This 8" x 13" tile gives the illusion of a STRETCHED wall. Making this small bathroom look much wider than what it really is. I was floored when I saw the finished bath!
I had to BING OUT my girl Latrelle on her new kitchen backsplash. I used this terrific glass mosaic tile called DS3. It wasn't long before I was blinging out all her girlfreinds backsplashes too! Hahahahha.... After all, diamonds are a girls best freind!
I needed something sleek and soothing for this bathroom floor. I decided to use my signature brand Alerio Ciment Grey 12 x 24. The natural pebble mosaic shower floor blended perfectly with the poured concrete look. The finished product was a natural spa like feeling. Perfect <>ZEN<> Another job well done!
When doing an outdoor space, I prefer to use porcelain tiles over natural stone. Simple because high quality porcelain tiles do not absorb water and are frost proof. This 12" x 24" porcelain tile replicates natural slate. LOVE IT!
Alerio Ciment Grey is a porcelain tile that replicates natural poured concrete. All I can say is that this tile is simply breathtaking. The design is done so well, that the tile looks like it is still wet. This is done by using a semi gloss spray over a matte finish tile. Sleek, Modern, Industrial, and simply stunning!
These concrete pavers are mixed with real granite chips for extra strength! Roll over these magnificent outdoor pavers with your heaviest SUV. They will truly last the test of time. Unlike many other so called "Outdoor Tile" these bad boys last through winter without cracking like the cheap stuff. Designed and manufactured in Rome, Italy.
I have always preferred Cambria Quartz for my kitchen counter tops. Cambria Quartz has such amazing depth and beauty. This Kitchen Counter is called Cambria Whitney. It is a snowy white top with silver rocks embedded inside. My client Judy was so delighted with the final result.