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Top 100 Tiles Projects

  1. 31. Wild for Tile: Jewelry for Your Kitchen

    Tile in all of its glory -- glass, stone, metallic, you name it -- is all the rage in stylish kitchens. Here, DIY Network explains why...

  2. 32. Install a Heated-Tile Floor

    Looking for added comfort in the bathroom? Use these step-by-step instructions and learn how to install a heated-tile floor.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  3. 33. Old Hollywood (20:00)

    Tom and Angela want to add old Hollywood glamour to their 1980s bathroom.

  4. 34. Travertine & Glass Countertop (00:02:35)

    Matt installs a custom travertine and glass mosaic tile countertop.

  5. 35. Cool Craftsman Style (03:23)

    This family of six can't afford to be kitchenless for long.

  6. 36. Postage-Stamp Yard (01:36)

    Concrete and tiles add drama to this postage-stamp-sized backyard.

  7. 37. Beadboard Wainscoting (03:13)

    There are several options to consider when you choose beadboard for your walls.

  8. 38. How to Install a Glass Tile Backsplash

    Beautiful glass tile makes a memorable backsplash.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  9. 39. Tiling a Kitchen Backsplash (00:01:00)

    Adding tile to your kitchen backsplash is easier than you might think.

  10. 40. Lake-Inspired Slate Tile-Pt. 3 (04:24)

    Slate tile is arranged on the walls surrounding the tub and shower.

  11. 41. 22-Year Facelift (03:14)

    After 22 years of wear and tear, this kitchen was in need of a facelift.

  12. 42. Link Deck Tile System (00:01:46)

    Featured: a wood deck tile system that camouflages old patios and decks.

  13. 43. Original Subway Tiles Restored (00:02:04)

    Nicole finds, restores and regrouts the original bathroom subway tiles.

  14. 44. Wet-Bar Cabinet (1 minute) (00:01:05)

    Installing a custom wet bar in any room can add convenience and style.

  15. 45. Custom Photo Applications (00:60)

    Here are ways to go beyond simple framed photos and add a personal touch.

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