We must say, the designers over at h2k Design in Stanwood have excellent taste! [And we’re only slightly biased.] This beautiful installation showcases our W AGE porcelain in Cortex [floor], and our Murano Vena Glass in Tortoise [backsplash]. A perfect background for such a gorgeous setting! *thank you: h2k design, Designs NW Architects, and […]
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We occasionally receive images of installations that we simply must pass along. Here, from one of our stone suppliers in Italy, is a truly remarkable use of stone: For the full post and a video showing the installation process: http://www.materialdesign.it/it/post-it/stonescape-di-kengo-kuma-associatesalle-origini-dell-opera_13_319.htm
Just because it’s the most private room in the home doesn’t mean your bathroom shouldn’t be special. A few ideas from NB Design: Dark Emperador marble is luxurious and substantive. For a lighter feeling, try Flow Glass
An installation of Slimtech thin porcelain tile
Seattle tech guru and blogger Mike Davidson selected our Home Design tile as a part of his “perfect bathroom”. The walls shown here are Vaniglia Abraso.
Slimtech, by Lea, is the best of an innovative class of thin porcelain tiles that are reshaping the way architects and designers think about ceramic tile. This installation comes from the Salone del Mobile in Milan. For more information about Slimtech, contact Jill at email@example.com.
Friend and prominent Seattle interior designer, Faith Sheridan, recently completed a kitchen remodel in Portland that was featured in the Oregonian. Faith selected Coco in a 3×6 subway tile from the new Status Ceramics Cristal collection. Beautiful! Read the full article here.
We’re firm believers in subtle beauty, and as Rex Ceramiche shows us, one doesn’t need much…
Simplicity. What more does one need? Vetro Sfalsato White on the wall and Contemporanea Antricite on the floor.
This gorgeous bathroom is part of a recent project by BAAN Design and features both our Buxy and our Groove porcelain tiles. A little birdie tells me the house is on the market, so don’t delay…