March 1, 2016
Updated Classics: Graphic Tile
Discover fresh alternatives to popular design trends in our online series, Updated Classics.
Classic Pick: Laying out bold tile underfoot never fails to make a statement. It’s also an easy way to add personality and pattern to clean-lined, mostly-white spaces. Drake General Store cofounder Carlo Collacci went with with a crisp black, white and grey tile on his principal bathroom floor to add a little punch to the otherwise subdued room. See more of his home on H&H TV.
Fresh Spin: Graphic tile doesn’t have to be limited to floors and kitchen backsplashes. Why not take your cue from TV producer Alix Jaffe’s L.A. home, and clad your stair risers in an array of striking black-and-white patterns? This works particularly well if your house has a Mediterranean flavor, like Alix’s contemporary Spanish-style residence.
1. Michael Graydon 2. Stacey Brandford
1. Vanity, Anvil & Co.; faucets by Jason Wu, Brizo; Grigio Fior di Bosco marble backsplash and counter, Crystal Tile & Marble; floor tiles, Mettro Source; plant pot, Dynasty; towels, Hudson’s Bay; resin tray, Ginger’s; soaps, West Elm. 2. Tile, Exquisite Surfaces; flowers, Flowers in Beverly Hills.
1. House & Home February 2015 issue 2. House & Home October 2014 issue
1. Carlo Collacci 2. Architecture, Harrison Design; interior design, Jackie Terrell