This space aged kitchen is the center of attention with a simple stacked pattern. We like how they split the grid by using an 8"x 8" Cosmic Spot in the field of 4"x4".
Stacked with cut out decos randomly placed. This is a great way to play with visual of the griding of the field tile and the Cosmic Spots bouncing your eye around the space. This has been one of the most popular emulated designs Clay Squared to Infinity has every created. Pick your field tile color and you can choose any of our designs to utilize ie Cosmic Spots, Cosmic Clouds and Medievals. We can even make the switch plates have spots too!
Have some fun with a multi mix of colors and stack the design to keep the grid simple and allow the colors to pop.
Stacked Abstract tiles don't always have to link together. It makes a visual interest for the viewer. Family bathroom Andromeda Cosmic Cloud mural. A must see when visiting the Eastside Coop!
Up down Cosmic Spot Marshmallow field
Up down Matador Red spot / Wisteria in Marshmallow field
Design and pattern is a great way to add character to any space. 4" x 4" Cosmic Spots Aurora Borealis Spot/Avocado background with the lower rows a 2" clipped corner in Jade Moss with 1" x 1" mosaics in Aurora Borealis and Avocado up and down in the pattern. Click here to order your color samples.
A trim in a stacked design is a nice way to break up a the grid. Add a little spice with a Cosmic Cloud and BAM! You have a altered your universe and wowed your friends.
Deepest Blue gets highlighted well with a mix of Periwinkle trim and a Cosmic Spot in the main field. Using dark colors can create dramatic settings and create a mood in a room. Click here to order some samples for your project.
This stacked pattern plays with two shapes the 1" x 8" as the main field that can make a space look a little longer than it actually is. Notice how the Cosmic Spots break the grid.
Cosmic Spot - 4 inch with 1"x 8" field
Matador Red Spot / Coco Moon - Cosmic Spot 4" x 4" with 1"x 8" field in Matador Red