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Photo: Bob Smith/IPC Images | | from All About Ceramic Subway Tile

Photo: Simon Whitmore/IPC Images | | from All About Ceramic Subway Tile

Photo: Julian Wass | | from All About Ceramic Subway Tile

Photo: Eric Roth | | from All About Ceramic Subway Tile | from Kitchen Backsplashes

Photo: Ray Kachatorian | | from Using Tile in the Bathroom

Basketweave marble floor tile, framed by a pencil-thin ceramic border, is warmed by an electric heat mat.

From House of Antique Hardware, this Empire-style knob offers plenty of heft for large built-ins. Large Pressed Glass Dresser Knob With Flower Design, $8.79

Hand Painted Birds |

Denise Fiedler Terrier |

Pop Up // red ceramic mosaics by Fap Ceramiche

Cle Tile | All Things Artisanal. Tiles by Il Monile

6x6 Ceramic Buckle in Elder Green Available in Larger Format In Concrete Made in Los Angeles California by

Art Tile

Glass tile backsplash for the laundry room

Blue Willow designed by Robert Dawson for Ceramica Bardelli

Parquet tiles


Traditional hex tile in a refreshing ocean-side glass form.

Schoolhouse-style sconces with blue-striped shades add some whimsy to the bathroom; their aged-bronze finish keeps them grown up. From Schoolhouse Electric

A few stems of pincushion flowers mixed with sprigs of lavender would make for a fairly wispy arrangement, but when you split them up into individual vases they make a showstopping tabletop moment.

Glass insulators were first produced in the 1850's for use with telegraph lines. As technology developed insulators were needed for telephone lines, electric power lines, and other applications. Today they're collectibles appreciated for their unusual shapes and brightly colored glass.

Colorful vintage dishware deserves to be displayed on open shelves. This one even has a spotlight!

Mullions painted black draw the eye toward the outdoors in this all-white room.