This recent project was done in northern New Jersey by Mediterranean Tile’s designer, Jacqui Natoli. This house stands at approximately 2,900 square feet where the owners live with their two kids. Having been neglected for over 25 years made it uninhabitable when purchased. The entire house was gutted and the 4 upstairs bedrooms were converted into 3 rooms therefore creating larger bedrooms and baths. The main level consisting of the kitchen, dining area, and living room were opened up to create one larger space. The walls were brought down to the studs and it was pretty much rebuilt entirely. Overall, the objective of the project was to create an open floor plan with a spacious flow which was successfully done by the Natolis.
The shower is a prime example of how we can create fabulous design within your budget! Using the basic, affordable 3×6 white wall tile in conjunction with a reasonably priced Pacific Grey stone mosaic floor allows us to “splurge” a bit on the beautiful Fountain Grey Versailles glass as a focal point.
Again we keep it simple and inexpensive on the tub wall surround using the 3×6 white “subway” tile adding a small focal niche using the magnificent Path design from New Ravenna in Bianco Carrara and White Thassos. The floor is bordered by cut Bianco Carrara rectangles surrounding a “rug” of the Path to tie it all together!
Utilizing a 2”x5” ceramic tile in an Ecru glaze creates a very interesting monochromatic look with the focal point of identical material set in a herringbone pattern.
The taupe – grey tones in the Cloud Nine Del Greco mosaic stone from New Ravenna used on this bar backsplash coordinate perfectly with the elegant cabinets.
This is a Sticks ‘n Stones Inc. kitchen done by Marcy Adler Wells, CKD. The color on color theme is enhanced by the white cabinets and Asian Statuary countertops, interrupted only by the grey detail in the Valencia mosaic backsplash and the dark hardwood floor.
The foyer walls, painted in the color “Thunder” from Benjamin Moore perfectly coordinate with the Athens Silver stone floor laid in an offset pattern.