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Tabarka Studio Terracotta Tiles

29 Oct

I think I’ve mentioned Tabarka Studio and their gorgeous, geometric, contemporary, terracotta tiles on the blog before, but I feel compelled to mention them again since I’m seeing so many of their tiles on Pinterest. …and rightfully so – they’re spectacular!

Tabarka Studio

Tabarka Studio

Tabarka Studio

Tabarka tiles are handcrafted in Arizona from terracotta, come in a ton of geometric, ethnically inspired shapes (heavy on the Moroccan influences), and a bevy of colors. I recently used them in a bathroom project and the results were breathtaking; so breathtaking in fact, that we installed a pocket door so we’d never have to obscure the view for the client!

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Check them out here. I dare you to tell me you don’t LOVE them too!

 

Design consultations for all styles and budgets: JGB Interiors.

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Find of the Week: Mint Green Sideboard!

13 Jun

This is the “Vagabond Side Cabinet” available from Belle Escape, a new company I’ve been working with these past few weeks. I found it when I was tracking down a fabulous dining table for a current client. Just look at it….

Perfection, right? It can be yours for $1,775 (or less if you go through a designer). And it’s practical, you know. Because it has THIS MUCH storage….

I just love it. Love it!

Design consultations for all styles and budgets: JGB Interiors.

Gorgeous Tile From New Ravenna Mosaics!

26 Jul

This week I have a project in construction that is using a lot of tile from New Ravenna Mosaics, a business based in the Eastern Shore of Virginia. A sustainable, local, and woman-owned small business that has an INCREDIBLE product can be a rare fine, but New Ravenna is doing it with ease, and I love what they’re doing.

Some of my favorites, clockwise from top left, are Baby Galaxy, Djinn, Promenade Mini, and Des Cerceaux.

(images via New Ravenna Mosaics)

This master bath I’m currently working on has a lot of “Del Greco,” which is a gorgeous geometric marble that features both honed and polished tiles: a classic but modern neutral that is anything but boring.

(image via New Ravenna Mosaics)

The “cloud nine” color marble exhibits a lot of peach and olive undertones that pair so well with the brushed bronze finish we’re using for fixtures.  This might be hard to see, but I’m sure some of you with very trained eyes can glean the color variation from the picture.

(image via Hinkley Lighting)

 

I’m so excited for the completed room to be unveiled, and can’t wait to share it!

 

 

Design consultations for all styles and budgets: JGB Interiors.