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  1. How To: Indoor Concrete Floors
    Design 101

    How To: Indoor Concrete Floors

    Concrete flooring is cheap, durable, and not as cold as its reputation suggests—these eight homeowners show how to get the look.

    written by: Jacqueline Leahy
    04.21.14

  2. Nemo Tile

    02.13.14

  3. Imm Cologne 2014 Presents Interior Innovation Awards
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    Imm Cologne 2014 Presents Interior Innovation Awards

    The annual Imm Cologne Fair showcases innovative design from over 1,100 international brands. The following 15 products received the show's Interior Innovation Award, which celebrates the best in...

    written by: Jami Smith
    01.23.14

  4. 5 Puerto Rican Designers to Know
    Profiles

    5 Puerto Rican Designers to Know

    These up-and-coming designers draw inspiration from their Caribbean heritage to create bold, colorful, and thoughtful objects for the contemporary home. Visit Design in Puerto Rico for more...

    07.21.14

  5. Modern Cottage Retreat in Quebec
    House Tours

    Modern Cottage Retreat in Quebec

    A Montreal firm creates an escape for a family of four in Quebec's Laurentides.

    photos by: Steve Montpetit
    10.21.14

  6. 6 Tips for a Pain-Free Kitchen Renovation
    How To

    6 Tips for a Pain-Free Kitchen Renovation

    With the average kitchen remodel costing around $55,000, it’s easy to see why homeowners look for ways to save money on a renovation. And considering how many decisions are made with this highly...

    written by: Anne Reagan
    10.28.14

  7. Nature-Influenced Bathroom Fixtures
    Product Reviews

    Nature-Influenced Bathroom Fixtures

    Sinewy lines and subtle contours abound in organic bathroom fixtures—plus, three engineered materials that are increasingly indistinguishable from their natural counterparts.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    04.01.14

  8. Silestone Quartzite

    Silestone Quartzite

    Based in Spain, Cosentino produces the granitelike Ocean series of Silestone quartzite surfaces, shown here in Pacific.

  9. Volcano Porcelain Tile

    Volcano Porcelain Tile

    Nemo Tile’s Volcano line of porcelain tile is a dead ringer for natural stone. Volcanic rock found in southern Italy inspired the seven available colorways like Grigio, shown above.

  10. AnTeak

    AnTeak

    AnTeak, by Walker Zanger, is made of FSC-certified reclaimed wood. It comes in seven patterns, from herring-bone (above) to penny tile.

  11. Halo-Halo tiles

    Halo-Halo tiles

    The Italian designer, who worked alongside Sottsass and other avant-garde Alchimia and Memphis group members, has designed a series of nine graphic mosaic tiles that can be arranged at will.

    $324.00

  12. Cubes Rug

    Cubes Rug

    Smith looked to stained glass windows for this abstract take on ancient art. He also used a special looping method to create crisp edging. 

    $7236.00

  13. Old Yarn Bal Kilim

    Old Yarn Bal Kilim

    This particular collection, from an Australian rug company with an eye for subtle color variations and rich materials, uses yarn unraveled from vintage kilims. 

    $6875.00

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