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mixed + matched

November 12th, 2013

 

grout.  

We’ve had a love-hate relationship with it for some time now.

But, to be fair, we’ve also often overlooked how truly influential it is in the realm of tile + stone design.

One can completely transform an installation simply by selecting a shade to complement-or contrast-the tile they’ve chosen.

herring.bs.houzz copy

architectonic copy

beveled.remodelista copy

decorpad.blackonblack copy

grove.white copy

jhid.alhambra copy

rh.mixed copy

remodelista.skonahem copy2

jhid.loft copy2

remodelista.jennifer weiss.heath copy

mixedsubway.remodelista copy

jhid.modern copy

white + gold II copy

akdo.calacatta copy

And then there’s always the unexpected…that bold color choice that surprises us all…

colvm.kids2 copy

Visit us to recreate these looks and more…and experience our new array of grout options from Mapei.

 

images via: houzz, waterworks, remodelista, decorpad, waterworks, jhid, rh designs, remodelista, jhid, remodelista, remodelista, jhid, white+gold design, akdo, colvm architectural design.

Contemporary and Classic

September 10th, 2013

Pattern [we love].

July 3rd, 2013

The Hexagon.  Another classic, another pattern we can’t get enough of.

And it can be found in so many different, desirable forms…

traditional white + black in a contrasting pattern…

in marble.

an update to the classic, in a larger scale.

playing with pattern.

with just enough detail…

and in the most simple of states.

in pattern + color.

with subtle detail in limestone.

a more modern take:  elongated.

and even in textiles.

So much to love.

 

 Visit our showroom to view the possibilities in tile + stone.

*images via erin martin (via pinterest), traditional home (via coco kelley), via pinterest (via homebunchblog), reynards nyc, tabarka studios, via unknown (new orleans), paola massardi + andrea secci (via elle decor), tabarka studios, quarry collection, mirage (nolita), vogue living (via coco kelley).

 

ASID Industry Partner Trade Fair

May 7th, 2013

[Re]connect + view new product…

Join us this week for the ASID Industry Partner Trade Fair.

All In Good Taste

April 30th, 2013

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 youh2k design, Designs NW Architects, and J.P. Land Builder

 

get this.

March 11th, 2013

Kudos to interior designer Louise Brooks, who created an inspiring

kitchen design using Alumillenium Brushed tiles in 2×8 + 2×2.

We’re loving the soothing palette, her understated use of white

and silver.  So simple, yet so effective…

That the tile is composed entirely of recycled aluminum

is just an added bonus.

Get yours here.

 

*images via House Beautiful.

Man Made [Beauty].

February 20th, 2013

Introducing Sands

With such subtle color variation and movement, it complements almost anything you put with it.  Quickly becoming one of our new favorite porcelains…

Visit our showroom to view the collection.

 

 *images via edimax.

get this.

October 1st, 2012

Classic…with a twist.

Get this look with our new Extro porcelain series.

At 6″, available in 5 colorways, it’s our newest take on the traditional hexagon.

 

*image via pinterest, via home bunch blog.

 

Water + Light

August 27th, 2012

Welcome Water + Light.

Our newest addition in glass, with a seemingly endless array of colors + combinations to choose from.

Explore the possibilities here.

 

*image via boyce + bean.

get this look.

May 3rd, 2012

Though glass tile typically conjures up visions of more contemporary design, we’re true fans when it’s used in a timeless way. 

Allison Hennessey won us over with her back splash installation showcased in the latest issue of Trad Home.

 To achieve a similar look, use our AK Clear 3×12 glass in Taupe.

Sometimes simple is just better.

 

*image via trad home, allison hennessey design.