Tile with Texture and Dimension

We love tile. It’s one of those details that can set the tone for a space and can go in a variety of directions. As much as we appreciate a good subway tile, we get butterflies over some of the tile trends as of late. Here is a highlight of what we are itching to install.

We have been nursing a design crush on Kelly Wearstler for quite some time now, so it’s no surprise that we love her line for Ann Sacks. Wearstler is known for her affinity for bold color, geometric patterns, and texture. Her line, Maven, pays homage to some of Kelly’s most popular, handpainted designs. Using a Spanish dry line technique, these embossed tiles bring style and dimension. 

{Pictures courtesy of Ann Sacks}

We always leave the Waterworks showroom inspired. Their plumbing fixtures have been a long-time favorite of ours, but their tile is also something to behold. We love the pieces from their Architectonics line, and their Ratio tile in Bronze is what hip bathroom dreams are made of. 

One on our favorite applications is using wood on walls and ceilings as an accent. When we discovered Ann Sacks’ Plank Field Tile, we were smitten. The look of wood with the durability of tile, so it can be used just about anywhere. We installed this beauty in the powder of our Colgate project. It was no surprise when we spotted the same tile in Nate Berkus’ master bathroom. 

{Interior Décor: Theresa Rowe, Builder: Coats Homes

{Interior Design: Nate Berkus; Source: Architectural Digest}

Inspired and in love with our job,

Coats Homes