Let me first start by saying we do NOT have any carpet in our home. I know some of you are thinking, wow, you are crazy. Some others love the idea. I have found there are very strong opinions when it comes to this. But don't worry, we will have rugs.
Flooring so far has been my most asked question so hopefully I can cover everything in here!
Allegro Cement tile from Riad Tile. The grout is frost by Mopei My tiler was even impressed with the quality of this tile.
Things to know:
- Cement tile is a little bit thicker than standard tile
- It MUST be sealed before you grout
I wanted to do something fun in my mudroom. Laying these tiles in a herringbone pattern was just the thing I was looking for.
This tile is 6" wide x 24" long making the herringbone pattern even more dramatic. These tiles are from Daltile the color is Iron Grey. I did an Alabaster grout by Mopei. White grout in a mudroom can be rough, so I have sealed it to help keep it clean.
Little Buddy's Bathroom
I wanted to go a little trending in my son's bathroom. I picked out a Matte Black 12x12 Hexagon Tile from Daltile with Timberwolf grout by Mopei.
Girls Jack and Jill Bathroom
For my girls bathroom I wanted the marble look without the maintenance of marble. So I went with this beautiful 12x12 Florentine tile from Daltile. This tile has both grey and brown tones in it making it easy to change out decor without changing the floor. The grout is frost by Mopei
I went with marble in my master bathroom. I have loved marble since I can remember, but I don't always love the wild patterns. First Snow is the perfect marble to give you those beautiful lines without being too wild. There is also some gold in it making it a very versatile marble. The grout is frost by Mopei
Since marble stains so easily, it is not always a good idea to put it on the shower floor. So instead I went with this glass tile that looks exactly like marble.
The rest of my house is wood flooring from ADM Flooring. We have the Vintage Beige flooring with the oil finish. I went with an oil finish because if something happens to it I can fix it much easier than a lacquered finish. Plus, the oil finish doesn't have a shine to it which I really like.
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