In the dining room, which opens to the backyard terrace, original tilework on the floors and walls complement decidedly modern counterparts—an original 1938 Butterfly chair by Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan, and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, and a 1983 TMC floor lamp by Spanish designer Miguel Milá. Read the rest of this 18th-century flat renovation here.
Architect Nataniel Fúster augmented traditional isleño tiles with flattering hues and a slightly more active pattern for the open living area in this San Juan, Puerto Rico renovation.
The blue recycled glass-tiled master bathroom stands in contrast to the muted tones of the rest of this two-story house renovaton in San Diego, California.
Architect Christoper Deam clad this master bathroom's tub and walls in Carrara marble. An AJ Wall sconce by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen sheds some light on bathtub reading. See more of this modern Mill Valley home renovation - which just so happens to belong to Dwell's founder, Lara Hedberg Deam, and her family - here.
Black Indian granite covers the wall and floor of this Toronto loft's bathroom, while various grooming necessities on dentist-like trays hang from a modular floor-mounted Autopole shelf system by Alu. See the rest of the Montague Residence here.
Original dusty-hued tiles grace the floor of internationally accalimed designer Jaime Hayon's newly remodeled home in Valencia, Spain.
The front door hallway flooring features original turn-of-the-century floor tiles in this renovated first-floor apartment in Barcelona, Spain.