Today Jenny writes: Dear Diva, my husband wants to put a polished light-colored marble tile on the floor of our kitchen. I’m not really sure if this is a good idea, though. What do you think? Is the kitchen floor a good place for polished marble tiles? Jenny, a marble tile kitchen floor is a… Read more »
Today Lucy writes: Where is a good place to go for discount tile? I keep finding things I like but they are way more than I am willing to pay for tile. Please help! It’s always frustrating when you find something great for your home improvement project only to realize it won’t work for your… Read more »
Today Chris writes: Dear Diva: I just saw your article on SnapStone snap together ceramic tiles and I was wondering if they make anything like that for outside spaces? I have a small patio I want to redo but I don’t want to hire someone to do it for me. SnapStone looked easy enough, even I could… Read more »
Today Roberta writes: Dear Diva, Have you heard of the snap together ceramic tile flooring? One of my friends mentioned it and I haven’t heard or seen anything about it, but it sounds cool. Is this something I can put in my kitchen? Does it work and will it hold up? Roberta, I believe the snap… Read more »
Today Beatrix writes: Dear Diva, I want to go for a high-end spa look in my bathroom and I think mosaic natural stone tiles is the way to go. But I don’t know where to start. Any suggestions? Thanks! What a great choice, Beatrix! A high-end spa look can definitely add a sense of relaxation at… Read more »
I bought a house that was built in the sixties. I have one and a half bathrooms which have the painted ceramic floor tile.
I was feeling a little under the weather today, so I curled up on the couch with a nice hot cup of tea and watched some of my favorite home improvement shows. During one particular episode, I noticed a new product called Slate-ish and it piqued my interest immediately. Slate-ish looks like slate tiles, but… Read more »
You definitely want a flooring for a kids bathroom that are water proof. Otherwise you will just have to redo the flooring in a couple of years.