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Photography by Leonid Furmansky.
Gillespie and Wilson
A Powder Room is always a great space to be bold and playful. It is also a good place to offer a surprise for houseguests. In these two bathrooms, patterned cement tiles were used to give the rooms a jolt of personality and pizzazz.
Starting the interior selections for a space sometimes starts with the tile. The Kitchen at the Rabb Glen Residence has an incredibly bold and dark turquoise paint color that stemmed from the colors found in the cement tile used on the backsplash. From there, DMA was able to find other elements for the space that took cues from the tile.
Our Prague Tile as statement backsplash.
A cement tile is a great choice for an entry to a house. It not only can help set the tone, but is also durable and ready to endure a high traffic area. The entry to 506 Leland uses a patterned cement tile in a muted color that plays off the wall tile in the entry and powder. Also, it begins to set up expectations for the interiors of the remainder of the house.
Tile project 506 Leland features subtle gray tones and our Wilmar Gray.
The light blue thin brick tile that was installed in the Kitchen at 506 Leland balances the warm wood tones of the walnut cabinets and brightens the space.
Gorgeous shades of blue: Glazed Thin Brick Oxygen
The vibrant tile in the upstairs bathroom adds playfulness to the kid’s bath. Comet Clay for the kid’s bathroom.
The bold, graphic tile in the Kitchen at 508 Leland draws the eye through the space to a chef’s kitchen designed for entertaining. A long island, setup as a place to dine and chat with the chef, or as a work from home station, is backed with a cement tile that can withstand the abuse of many years of feet kicking.
Tile project 508 Leland featuring graphic cement tile, our Casablanca Green.
The Master Bathroom incorporated a muted color, cement hex tile. This space was designed to feel mature and clean while offering a nod to the modern shapes found inside and outside the home.
Pure White Hexagons for a fresh and clean look
South 4th House and Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)
Inspired by a trip to the Yucatán, the South 4th House and ADU incorporated lush textures and colors reminiscent of this tropical destination.
The Kitchen in the main house uses the Justin Clay Tile on the backsplash. This way a bit of charm is added to the heavy, raw steel vent hood. Meanwhile, the subtle green tones in the tile balance the rich red tones of the mahogany cabinets. Here, hand woven pendants over the dining area further emphasize the design goals for the project.
Justin Clay backsplash, inspired by travels to the Yucatán.
The Master Bathroom of the house continues the use of the Justin Clay tile. Incorporating a butternut wood cabinet gives the space a warm tone, and natural essence.
Concrete and clay are materials commonly used throughout Mexico. The Kitchen in the ADU blends a bold glazed green tile with a soft green cabinet color. Contrasting this are three concrete pendants floating effortlessly over the peninsula.
Glazed Diamond Light Green at one of the brilliant South 4th tile projects.
In the bathrooms of the ADU, DMA specified more handmade tiles, soft paint colors and a white oak countertop.
810 Sea Foam Mex Zellige
Gaby and the Clay Imports team have been incredible design partners on so many of our projects – whether working from within their stock selections, or on custom patterns, we are always able to find interesting ways to develop our projects in a way that gets us and our clients excited.
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