Christy-ann Karijodirono

Christy-ann Karijodirono

Christy-ann Karijodirono
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NICHE JUST LIKE THIS BUT WITH SAME SUBWAY TILE IN HERRINGBONE PATTERN

NICHE JUST LIKE THIS BUT WITH SAME SUBWAY TILE IN HERRINGBONE PATTERN

Regain Your Bathroom Privacy & Natural Light w/This Window Treatment

Regain Your Bathroom Privacy & Natural Light w/This Window Treatment

uniqueshomedesign: Landmark French Chât charisma design

uniqueshomedesign: Landmark French Chât charisma design

uniqueshomedesign: Landmark French Chât charisma design

uniqueshomedesign: Landmark French Chât charisma design

Margot | New Ravenna Mosaics

Margot | New Ravenna Mosaics

No need to ponder the age old question, "Should I dry my hands with the pretty guest towel in the powder room?" With Hen House's easy-care fabrics, these delightful user-friendly hand towels are as functional as they are fanciful.

No need to ponder the age old question, "Should I dry my hands with the pretty guest towel in the powder room?" With Hen House's easy-care fabrics, these delightful user-friendly hand towels are as functional as they are fanciful.

Tiling a backsplash above the counter is one of the easiest ways to upgrade an old, tired kitchen on a tight budget.

Tiling a backsplash above the counter is one of the easiest ways to upgrade an old, tired kitchen on a tight budget.

glass mosaic on concrete slab... one can color concrete too, and use any kind of mosaic. Pretty

glass mosaic on concrete slab... one can color concrete too, and use any kind of mosaic. Pretty

New Ravenna Mosaics - gradation of color. Mosaic style tiling seems to be popular in wet areas even in public buildings.

New Ravenna Mosaics - gradation of color. Mosaic style tiling seems to be popular in wet areas even in public buildings.

Check out this Mexican ceramic sink : TreeHugger Romantic tiny forest home built in 6 weeks for $4,000 : TreeHugger | Tiny Homes

Check out this Mexican ceramic sink : TreeHugger Romantic tiny forest home built in 6 weeks for $4,000 : TreeHugger | Tiny Homes