To add classic pattern and timeless color to this kitchen, 12-by-12-inch sheets of mosaic marble tile featuring a black-and-white, basket-weave pattern were installed. Basket-weave tile is excellent for modern, transitional and traditional kitchens, since the pattern is graphic, and available in high- and low-contrast colors. Most marble basket-weave mosaic tiles range from $15 to $50 per square foot; however, ceramic basket-weave mosaic tile can be sourced for $10 to $20 per square foot.
Designed by Anders Hellsten Nissen of Berlin, this little library earned an honorable mention at the Little Free Library Design Competition. The little library can be attached to existing infrastructure, such as a street light or sign, thereby seamlessly integrating into the community and taking advantage of space that otherwise wouldn’t be used.
This incredible backyard space is prefect for entertaining. The wood wall offers a great focal point for the space and by adding the garden containers you get added color and dimension but the designer Matt Blashaw from DIY's Yard Crashers didn't just stop there. He added a beautiful floating bench and drop down bar/serving area.
Log homes originated as small cabins in the 1600s. Originally, they were built as one room using no nails, but now many log homes function as large luxurious getaways. Log homes can now be built in any location, but are most often found in a rural setting. However, the climate of the surrounding area dictates the type of wood that should be used to build the home.