Entries in tile (14)
Jo featured a really innovative kitchen a couple of weeks ago by Minosa Design, and today I've got a stunning bathroom. It's so sparkly and gorgeous - mostly due to the gorgeous Bisazza glass mosaics - and frankly makes my bathrooms look horrifying (they haven't been renovated ever, mind you). Can I get it to go? ;)
I absolutely love this house. Every bit of it. This completely renovated home, located in Barcelona, was designed by Egue y Seta. Original wooden beams were restored, and the kitchen (LOVE!) now expands 1/3 of the ground floor. I am totally enamoured with the tumbling block patterned tile that is used throughout the majority of the home - and don't get me started on the tiny hexagon tiles. L O V E !!!!!! (via Micasa)
On Friday I blogged one of my favourite types of tiles - the subway tile. Today I thought I'd share my next favourite tile - the penny round. This one is adorable, tiny and subtle yet can have high impact depending on the tile colour/grout colour and placement. It's often used as bathroom flooring but I think it's a fun option for a kitchen backsplash as well. I'd love to use this somehow in my next home.
I love subway tiles. Always have, always will. Classic, inexpensive and graphic (and can be made even more graphic with contrasting grout colour). I thought I'd do a post today on what has to be my favourite type of tile. I have one another favourite that is a close second but I'll save that for Sunday.