White Subway and Herringbone bathroom
Subway tiles were all the rage in the turn of the 20th Century and then, to our delight, came back in the turn of the 21st Century. Our classic white 2″ x 8″ in Marshmallow is the perfect addition to this bathroom. The floor is 1″ x 2″ in the herringbone pattern and is in the color Marshmallow. The hallway’s floor in made up of our Gingersnap color so a transitional section was made between the two rooms. The architect was Paul Ormseth and the photographer was Rolf Hagberg.
1″ x 1″
1″ x 2″
2″ x 8″
Paul Ormseth – Architect
Rolf Hagberg – Photographer
Josh is a pleasure to work with–we’ve been working together for 15 years on various projects. He’s always incredibly knowledgeable and willing to help. He provides a wide selection of some truly beautiful and unique handmade tiles, and we rely on him for many of our historic renovation projects. We really appreciate his care in taking our designs and making them a reality, ensuring the tile designs and colors remain appropriate to the architectural integrity of the house while working within the homeowner’s budget.
- David Heide Design Studio
The tile job for my basement bathroom was not one that falls within the norm these days, as I wanted to replicate a 1930s look. I am thrilled with the results and feel that the shading in the Kiwi Green tiles looks historically accurate.
- Erica Flynn