Subway tile is definitely a staple in the design world. From its beginning in the subways of New York City over 100 years ago, this stylish design element is a favorite trend of classic beauty. With numerous color options, sizes, and textures, subway tile is perfect in residential and commercial applications. Of course, options for subway tile aren’t limited to just sizes and colors, there’s also the layout to consider. Subway tile can completely transform a space, and there are so many patterns to consider! Read more
Creating a master bathroom that suits your style is an important part of making a house feel like a home. There are so many decisions to be made, especially when it comes to flooring – natural stone versus tile, color schemes, size – the options are endless. We’ve put together a list of our favorite South Cypress bathrooms to use for inspiration next time you’re shopping for bathroom floors so you can make a confident and informed decision. Read more
Winter is coming, and while there is much to love about this time of year (holidays, pumpkin spice, wearing sweatshirts without judgement), there is one thing that no one looks forward to. I am speaking, of course, about the jolting chill of walking on cold tile flooring during the winter months. Read more
Last year, Social Media erupted with crisp kitchens and chic bathrooms possessing gorgeous marble countertops, subway tile, wood beams and brass accents. The general movement is simple and clean with a pop of pattern, playful shapes and a variety of texture adding a punch of personality to a somewhat neutral color palette. Read more
So what’s really the difference between engineered and solid wood? Here a few key points to keep in mind next time you shop.
In Leah Bates Arkansas home, she wanted hardwoods to match her bright and airy office space that could be carried throughout the house. She loved the vintage feel of Wentworth Courtyard and felt it went well with her white and gray color scheme. Read more
The Ambiance stone and glass mosaic was the perfect backsplash choice for South Cypress CEO Drew Goneke, who wanted to make a statement in his newly updated kitchen.
Drew hoped to carry his contemporary Southern style into the space and chose the Ambiance iris tile as a modern complement to the white marble countertops and neutral cabinets.