As designers, we are lucky to work with tile on just about every project! Decorative tile is one of the most fun aspects in home design because there is just SO MUCH you can do with it! We’ve gathered just a few of our favorites here. Enjoy!
Mosaic penny tiles are used as flooring with a contrasting decorative border in this lovely bath.
Hand Painted cement tile:
Here is a great example of a room found in Elle Décor that was completely transformed by tile. “Samuel designed a demi-hexagon tile in four different blues and oyster gray that unifies the rooms on the ground floor, allowing the wall colors to riff off the different shades in the pattern.”
Would you believe me if I told you this tile was made of…. carrots!?
That’s right, Ann Sacks now has a line of tile consisting of fruits and vegetables! A collaboration with glass artist, Tony Davlin, the “Market” collection presses precision-arranged, razor-thin slices of dried tomato, pear, carrot, gourd, citrus, and cucumber between layers of glass.
Hand Painted Tile
This gorgeous room, designed by Antonio Martins, features 243 oversized, hand-painted tiles custom made by decorative painters Linda Horning and Katherine Jacobus, and inspired by Martins idea to take 18th-century patterns and remix them for a totally 2014-appropriate look. This is a completely unexpected way to use decorative tile that just WORKS.
[ezcol_1half][/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]Our client’s foyer was recently featured on Houzz in the article “12 Ways to Wow with patterned tile”. The homeowner loved the idea of this gorgeous tile being the first thing you see when you walk in the door – and we agree! Read the article .
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