As much as we would love a house covered from floor ceiling with tile, we totally understand that that may not be possible for many reasons. Luckily, you can make the same impact with as little as two square feet of tile as you can with 100 square feet of tile. From niches to fireplaces, we've compiled a list of six of our favorite projects that show how a little bit of tile goes a long way...
1. Scandinavian Chevron Shower
We're all for color but we can't help but fall for a fresh, monochrome palette. This all white Scandinavian statement wall is absolute eye-candy. When using all one glaze color, try to get creative with the design and overall flow of the tile. Laying out these Medium Diamonds in Chevron Pattern makes these 24 square feet of tile seem like this wall will go on for miles.
Square feet: 24
Price per square foot: $59
Total project cost: $1,416
For more ways to use our Diamond tile, visit our blog "Diamond Tile: Small, Medium, Large"
2. DIY Tiled Hutch
Not being able to tile without owning a house is a total bummer... or so we thought until we saw this jaw-dropping Cabinetry Refined hutch. Fear no more renters - this tiled hutch is giving us all the inspiration for furniture that you can tile and take with you when you move to your next home. With just 24 square feet of tile, a refurnished piece of furniture can be transformed into a show-stopping masterpiece.
Square feet: 20
Price per square foot: $39
Total project cost: $780
For more ideas on tiling small spaces, visit our blog "7 Creative Tile Ideas for Small Spaces"
3. Glam Art-Deco Fireplace
Fireplaces are meant to be the center of attention. So, why not give them the attention they deserve? This highlight is now the centerpiece of not only the room, but the entire house as you can see it from the front door. Designer, Emily Meszkat, created a big visual impact by having just 28 square feet of pink and purple Moroccan Fish Scales at the head of this "glamily room".
Square feet: 28
Price per square foot: $86
Total project cost: $2,408
For more ways to use tile for your fireplace, visit our blog "10 Ceramic Tile Ideas for Your Fireplace Surround"
4. Bathroom Niche
Who knew that just over two square feet of tile can transform your whole design? We absolutely love when clients add a splash of color next to white Subway Tile. The best part is whether you choose one glaze color or ten, it's the same price! These 2.5 square feet of colorful Medium Moroccan Fish Scales adds a uniqueness to this shower that is truly unmatched.
Square feet: 2.5
Price per square foot: $86
Total project cost: $215
For more shower niche ideas, visit our blog "6 Niche Ideas for Chic Shower Shelving"
5. Bohemian Remodeled RV
Mandy and Kevin of 188sqft have been permanent residents of the open road since 2015. They made it their mission to transform a 2018 Keystone Cougar RV into a home for their family of six. When living in an RV, creating a space that feels like a home can be challenging so adding a splash of colorful tile can go a long way.
Square feet: 18
Price per square foot: $95
Total project cost: $1,809
For more on this project, visit our blog "Bohemian Kitchen Backsplash 188sqft Remodeled RV"
6. Sea Mist Bathroom Oasis
This bathroom speaks for itself. Flooded with natural light from the skylight above, this green oasis is nestled inside a beautiful Brooklyn Brownstone. With black and white detailing, our Large Moroccan Fish Scales in 1017E Sea Mist make this space pop. In just 25 square feet, the designer completely transformed this bathroom into a masterpiece.
Square feet: 25
Price per square foot: $49
Total project cost: $1,225
For more ways to use our favorite glaze color, visit our blog "11 Ways to Use Fish Scale Mosaics"
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