Paris Triangle Tile Bathroom
Paris Trillium bathroom
Using three colors Lime, Avocado and Copper Patina alternating vertically up the wall the Paris Trillium’s lead your eyes to the ceiling where the Harlequin pattern of the Trillium’s comes to life.
Using three colors Lime, Avocado and Copper Patina alternating vertically up the wall the Paris Trillium’s lead your eyes to the ceiling where the Harlequin pattern of the Trillium’s comes to life. The 2×6 field tiles are Licorice and black pencil liner framing the flowers
Paris is always a great place to find inspiration. Using the Friends of Terra Cotta Paris tile map Josh and Layl discovered so many in plain site gems thoughout Paris. In Montmarte neighborhood the Eglise de St Jean Montmartre Josh was awed by the tie facade inside and out. He had always wanted to recreate these tiles to honor that trip back in 2002. This bathroom was the perfect opportunity to create a homage to that trip and of the tile design. Even more apt is this is a bathroom in our Airbnb for travelers.
The Floor also inspired by historic tiles from from the Laurel 40 fireplace project. The hearth tiles also triangles with an impressed design in them were the perfect complement to the Paris Trillium for this Triangle bathroom
2″ x 6″
3″ and 6″ Equilateral Triangles
6″ Equilateral Triangles
Paris Trillium Flowers
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
My husband and I wanted a fabulous tiled floor in the bathroom we were remodeling – but on a very limited budget. Josh Blanc of Clay Squared to Infinity met with us and offered suggestions about how we could achieve the look we wanted…