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I’ve always had a thing for agate, geodes and rocks of all manner, long before they were so on-trend. (I was one of those kids who, on elementary school field trips to museums, would head straight to the gift shop to see if I could buy some cool tumbled stones and gems for my collection. I know, nerd alert!) So imagine my appreciation of this stunning bathroom wall in a Miami home by DKOR Interiors.

agate wall

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find much information about how the blue agate look was achieved, but my fellow Pinterest pinners came to the rescue. Pinner (and interior designer) Lauren Maggio pointed to Alex Turco waterproof art panels, and I think she’s spot on. However this bathroom came to be, it’s solid! (Solid as a rock.) (SORRY.)

[Via: Houzz]

19 Responses

  1. Ivonne Ronderos says:

    Hi there! My name is Ivonne Ronderos, and I own and operate DKOR Interiors. As mentioned above, it is a resin panel art piece done by Alex Turco. To see more photos from this project and/or the selection process, check out our blog at <a href="http://www.dkorinteriors.com/blog” target=”_blank”>www.dkorinteriors.com/blog

    • Briana@HGTV says:

      Thanks for the info, Ivonne! The bathroom is beautiful, and I hope you enjoyed the post. :)

  2. Ivonne Ronderos says:

    Thank you Briana! we very much appreciate the attention. We are flattered :)

  3. Wendy says:

    Love the agate wall! Beautiful. Really makes a visual impact.

  4. becky harris says:

    I interviewed this designer on Houzz. It is a photograph of agate! Much lighter than the real deal ;)

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  7. Briana@HGTV says:

    LOL! We were the coolest. No regrets. :)

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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