Here's something a little bit different. A bathroom installation for a family in Pudsey. They wanted something more in-keeping with the age of their house along with a few modern twists. What do you think? 🌿
Most of our tile patterns bare the name of a town or place in the Dominican Republic. However, because some of the work we do is reproducing antique tiles, every now and then we will name the tiles after the place were a historic preservation project is under way and we have been commissioned with the recreation of the cement tile. This is the case of our Mayaguez pattern, named after the well known Puerto Rican city.
Patterned cement tiles came back to stay! Sure you saw some of these tiles in your travels around the world, but these tiles were all the hype in the early 20th Century in European-influenced countries and colonies. Well, as fashion is cyclical, these tiles came back, but with a twist, such as the popular mixing of patterns. One of the many applications were these tiles can have a striking effect is in powder rooms and bathrooms, just combine it with solid color elements for a clean contemporary look. •
This beautiful bathroom belongs to @lynglass, designed by @mrodstudio.