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A few days ago, I thought I had found the coolest tile floor ever. A few days ago, I might have been wrong. Because I just spied this PLAID TILE FLOOR on Houzz, and my life is forever changed.

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Look closely, rub your eyes, squint, and then pinch yourself like I did. I cannot believe this is tile, and not carpet. I also cannot imagine the kind of patience needed to lay down such a work of art. A doff of the cap to you, Andrea May!

25 Responses

  1. Corinne says:

    It's not to my taste, but having tiled several bathrooms I admire the patience and care it took to lay this!

  2. Lydia says:

    I like it! It looks like a pair of pants I had in 1970, but had a red stripe instead of beige–unless that's red and looks like beige on my computer. Love it all!

  3. jonjuan25 says:

    Woah, how did you do that!? you replied to me without it even being on the forums. thats amazing!!!!! Thanks for the info and I will keep that in mind. I have big brothers email now. Im really tired of seeing comments being deleted for no reason. It has happened to me before. I always thought there was no real admin and comments would just be deleted upon request without even being reviewd.

    • justmovedhere says:

      I know what you mean. Banned me from KOMO. I see him lurking my page and the pages of others, some of which were also banned from KOMO. I don't get it.

  4. [...] a funky yet elegant powder room like the one shown, or an accent wall anywhere, really! Then again, I’m a sucker for tile, so I could be biased. (See my bio below.) What do you think? Do you wish you had walls — or [...]

  5. [...] a funky yet elegant powder room like the one shown, or an accent wall anywhere, really! Then again, I’m a sucker for tile, so I could be biased. (See my bio below.) What do you think? Do you wish you had walls — or [...]

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  10. lindsay says:

    I absolutely love it for a powder room. You're allowed to get whimsical in a powder room.

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Briana MowreyBriana is a writer and senior editor for HGTV.com. Her self-described design style is "mid-century modern magpie." She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with her husband, their spoiled dachshund, Chauncey,...

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