By Hannah Martin, Architectural Digest.
Designer Kelly Wearstler created a bold inlaid floor with black rainbow, honey onyx, cappuccino, and Calacatta gold marble segments in a 1930s Bel Air, California, residence.
In the music room of the restored 18th-century Virginia residence Rose Hill, the floors were painted by Kristen Bunting according to a design by interior designer Amelia T. Handegan.
A geometric motif adds a graphic punch to the Federal-style Houston mansion of Susanne and Bill Pritchard, designed by Cullman & Kravis.
Black-and-white-tiled floors add a moment of precision to this whimsical Houston hallway by Miles Redd, featuring lush wall coverings by Iksel Decorative Arts.
For Patricia Altschul's 1850s Greek Revival mansion in Charleston, South Carolina's historic district, designer Mario Buatta tapped Haleh Atabeigi to paint a hexagonal motif on the floors.
Maple-and-oak parquet flooring makes a striking statement in a Hollywood Hills residence designed by Madeline Stuart.
On the landing of a 300-year-old English country house, patterned carpet by Simon Playle riffs on the blue-and-white color palette of Delft tiles and willow-pattern china by the fireplace.
At Peter Rogers's New Orleans home, oversize black-and-white tiles add a crisp, clean element to the apple-green surround, derived from one of his favorite fabrics.
In a restored 1920s oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, designer David Easton created an elaborately trellised floor design.
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