By Clay Imports in Press
Interior Designer and Survivor Winner Kim Spradlin Wolfe always creates magic with our diverse tile collections. So it is no surprise that, for her personal project in San Antonio she selected a variety of colorful solid cement tile and turned a seemingly unsalvageable guesthouse in a rainbow-infused casita any guest would feel welcome in.
If Kim Spradlin Wolfe could survive the show Survivor, she could get through a renovation unscathed. “Everything that could have gone wrong did,” she says, laughing. When Wolfe returned to San Antonio, Texas, from filming the all-winners season of CBS’s hit series last fall, she set out on gutting and revamping a 1,700-square-foot home (the project was originally intended to be a flip, but she and her family moved in shortly after purchasing the place). Also on the property: a 400-square-foot guesthouse, located on the other side of the carport. .
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Kim Wolfe's Colorful Guesthouse Tile on Domino.
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