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PentalQuartz is on Chief Architect

Great news! If you use the Chief Architect design software, you can now download the PentalQuartz collection for free. Click here for Chief Architect’s 3D Library, and search for Pental. Include PentalQuartz in your next 3D model! [ Read More ]

Downtown Fresh

The owner of this downtown LA loft hired BAM Design Lab to create a cheerful and cozy oasis. A full wall of windows and white hardwood floors keep the space light and bright. A crisp color palette focuses on white,… [ Read More ]


The powder room in this West Seattle home is as unique as it is charming. Designer Kassi Clark of Kassabella created a flurry of Moda Vetro glass bubbles that seem to float from floor to ceiling. Pale blue (ES07) glass… [ Read More ]

Unexpected Upgrades

The remodel of this 1970s home began with simply replacing carpet with hardwood floors, and ended with a full renovation of the kitchen and master bath, along with small updates throughout the rest of the home. Jason Ball Interiors focused… [ Read More ]

A Room with a View

After purchasing a forested piece of property on Orcas Island, the landowner enlisted Gary Gladwish Architecture to design a simple, open, and low maintenance home that preserves the surrounding environment. The solution utilizes recycled wood from a 100 year old… [ Read More ]

Soothing Sanctuary

The goal for this master suite renovation was to create a peaceful and relaxing oasis. Jim Beley of Beley Design, pllc fulfilled the owners’ request for an expanse of mirrored walls, flexible lighting, and heated tile floors. A crisp white… [ Read More ]

New PentalQuartz Color – Borghini

Adding to the PentalQuartz Natural Collection, Borghini is an expansion of our white marble looks. It is reminiscent of the Calacatta and Statuario options with bold veining and dramatic angles. Borghini’s warm background tones ensure a crisp white canvas accentuates… [ Read More ]

Eastside Update

Eastside Update As part of a main floor renovation of this classic 1953 Eastside home, the kitchen was expertly redesigned by Jim Beley of Beley Design, pllc. Walls were opened up to expand the space and increase flow between the… [ Read More ]

Colorful Craftsman

The kitchen renovation in this updated 1900s Craftsman-style Seattle house is both colorful and functional. Stunningly redesigned by Kayron Brewer of Studio KB, the galley layout was transformed while maintaining the home’s classic charm. Small bump-outs in the back and… [ Read More ]

San Francisco Stunner

The goal for this San Francisco bathroom renovation was simple; create a more functional and user-friendly space. Designer Heather Cleveland achieved this by eliminating a dividing wall, moving the vanity to the opposite side of the room, and using a… [ Read More ]