4.21.2011

Tiles I Dream of At Night

After an afternoon of flipping through some magazines (Dwell, Elle Decor, Trad Home, etc.) I realized that I would love to tile something. If there were an actual need, I would love to do our kitchen, but we don't need to.

Let's look at what is out there right now.




This is the line-up from Dwell Studios in collaboration with Heath Ceramics.

Let's just pretend for a second that they were giving these away. I would get in line for any one of them. Literally

  
Cape Cod with Glass


Dexter Travertine with Glass via Tile Shop

Penny Round Moss

Penny Round in Moss via Tile Shop


These next ones are going to blow you away. Seriously!
 I discovered them on one of my daily reads, Style Files




Angela Adams Graphics/Murals via Ann Sacks

3 1/2

elongated hexagon raised edge and embossed edge in bb37 silver blue matte and bb16 blue pearl gloss

elongated hexagon raised edge and embossed edge in bb05 celery gloss


All Barbara Barry via Ann Sacks


vera in moonstone and opal

Vera in Moonstone and Opal by beau monde glass

marilyn in quartz, agate, amber and tiger's eye

marilyn in quartz, agate, amber & tiger's eye via beau monde glass

blossom in aquamarine

Blossom in Aquamarine via beau monde glass

All Images via Ann Sacks

twiggy

twiggy via azure. Image via Ann Sacks.

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Chevron

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Chocolate Gloss, Moonstone & Pebble

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Bright White & Monet

All Tile & Images via Ann Sacks Elements

If you have some extra time on your hands, go to this website and poke around. The stuff here is really amazing. I am honestly in awe of the talent that is coming from these people!




Solistone Free Form Glass via Home Depot.


Image via here.




Solistone Piano Glass via Home Depot.


Image via here.







Jeffrey Court Soothing Celadon via Home Depot.


Image via here.




It feels a little like Tetris, but I still like it (yes, I am humming the Tetris tune in my head now)





 










Cape Cod with Glass via Tile Shop

1 comment:

Ashley {A Cat in Gloves} said...

I LOVE the 'bright white and monet". We have this dark green-ish tile in our kitchen and I can't tell if it's really awesome or horribly ugly.