Colombian Peach MCM
Making old new again is always a special treat. For this project, architect Jimena Londono of JL Arquitectura in Bogota, Colombia classically utilized 3″ x 3″ historic peach tile from our Mid Century Collection to design a Mid Century Modern bathroom masterpiece. All the elements work seamlessly through out the environment.
Blueberry Subway Nirvana Bathroom
Deep color creates a very soothing atmosphere. This Blueberry subway shower from our historic Mid Century tile series, with accents of our handmade 2″ x 2″ field tiles that showcase how rich a space can be. This small bathroom was well thought out, adding to the functional needs of the shower with the incorporation of a niche and safety grab bar. The floor is made up of 2″ unglazed porcelain hex tiles with random accents of blue throughout the space. Small accents can turn the ordinary into extraordinary!
Jade Waterfall Shower
Taking a shower in a deep Jade Green tiled room (from the Mid Century historic series) is a luscious experience. Josh worked with the homeowner to create a stunning design effect at a low cost. Thin pencil liners (3/4″ x 6″) in a mix of Jade Moss and Avocado make up the cascading mosaic under the shower head and faucet.
Skyline Mid Century Bathroom
Mixing Historic and Handmade Tile for a Mid Century Look
Mixing Mid Century Skyline 3″ x 6″ subway tiles with Clay Squared’s Copper Patina liners and herringbone pattern with 1″ x 2″ floor tiles to create a stunning Mid Century Modern look. The homeowners added Cosmic Clouds and Cosmic Spots for more .
On Pointe Mid Century Modern Kitchen
Remember when kitchens were fun Mid Century homes were full of bright rich colors. Americans were looking to create more function kitchen spaces. This newly renovated Mid Century kitchen hits all the right notes for a small kitchen: lots of storage, cool lighting, work space and dynamic tiles for the backsplash.
Atomic Bond Mid Century Modern Kitchen
The Mid Century Modern style is all about bold colors and fun designs. The homeowners wanted to enhance their original cabinets and hardware, which they did with the Flat Edges’ new Atomic Series. They chose six colors from the series and combined them into a show-stopping kitchen backsplash. Included are: Gunmetal Blue, Chartreuse, Mango, Moonshine, Satin Black and Atomic (orange) which all have a satin-matte finish.