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Interior Design Inspiration

Interior Design Inspiration

Nov 8th 2017

Remodeling is the perfect opportunity to create a space that fits your personality and makes you happy every time you walk into it. One thing we love about remodeling is all of the choices you have, and having some design inspiration can lead you in the right direction.

Recently we had our first ever Design Inspiration Week and featured a series of photos pairing our tile with some of our favorite countertops and cabinets. We hope the design concepts below give you some ideas and inspiration for your next remodeling project!

Combining warm neutral colors like in the photo below can make an elegant, subtle statement. Feeling adventurous? Pick one area to feature a bold color or pattern, like the quartz countertop.

Products featured in the photo above: Handmade Tile (left to right, top to bottom) Damask in FC Cream Crackle, Damask in Glossy Soft White, Damask in Light Brown Watercolor, Bloom in FC Cream Crackle, 3×6″ Subway Tile in Light Brown Watercolor, Arabesque Tile in Cream, Arabesque Tile in FC Cream Crackle, Small Channel Liner Trim in FC Cream Crackle, Pencil Liner Trim in Cream, Pearl Liner Trim in Cream, Pencil Liner Trim in Cream / White Beadboard Cabinet: Ultracraft Providence in Bisque / Quartz Countertop: Cambria Bellingham Waterstone

We sure love subway tile, especially in this modern Blue-Gray glaze below. Use it by itself for a beautiful kitchen backsplash, or pair it with a decorative pattern like our Brocade and Cobham patterns. The simple shaker cabinet and sleek quartz countertop make the whole look more contemporary.

Products featured in the photo above: Handmade Tile (left to right, top to bottom) Fancy Flat Bar Trim in Blue-Gray, Brocade in Blue-Gray, 3×6″ Subway Tile in Blue-Gray, Cobham in Light Blue Watercolor, Cobham in Light Gray, Cobham in Glossy White / Cabinet: Ultracraft Shaker in Melted Brie / Quartz Countertop: Cambria Torquay Marble

The next concept is all about neutrals. Much like classic tone-on-tone flocked wallpaper which pairs two similar colors together in different finishes, we love using the same technique in tile. Combining a satin glaze next to a glossy glaze lets the glaze finish and texture be the star of the show. Applying grout in a similar color adds yet another subtle texture to the finished installation.

Products featured in the photo above: Handmade Tile (left to right, top to bottom): Two-Color Hiser in New Satin White & Glossy White, Large Channel Liner Trim in Eggshell, Fancy Ridged Bar Trim in Eggshell, Damask in Eggshell, Pearl Liner Trim in Glossy White, Lewis Quarter Round Trim in Glossy White, Baum Cornice Trim with Right End Return in Cream, Lantern in Glossy White, Lantern Tile in Pearl, Damask Border in Cream and New Satin White with Fancy Flat Bar Trim in New Satin White / White Shaker Cabinet: Ultracraft Shaker in Melted Brie / Marble Countertop: Cambria Torquay Marble

The light blue and crisp white tones of the concept below feel like they belong in a coastal beach house. We threw in the delicate pearl liner trim and Hiser pattern on the top right to round out this traditional look.

Products featured in the photo above: Handmade Tile (left to right, top to bottom) Hiserin Light Gray, 6×6″ Field Tile in Light Gray, Cobham in Glossy White, Half Round Trim in Light Gray, Pearl Liner Trim in Glossy White, Arabesque Tile in Glossy White / Cabinet: Ultracraft Shaker in Melted Brie / Quartz Countertop: Cambria Darlington Cambrian

We adore the concept below which features our classic Damask pattern in a metallic Steel Gray glaze. We used a Satin White handmade subway tile as a fresh accent to the deep countertop and cabinet tones.

Products featured in the photo above: Handmade Tile (left to right, top to bottom): Subway tile in New Satin White, Damask in Steel Gray, Chair Rail Trim in Steel Gray / Cabinet: Medallion Windslow with Peppercorn Ebony Glaze / Quartz Countertop: Cambria Bellingham Waterstone

We hope you found some interior design inspiration and got your creative wheels turning. Want to see how we put these looks together (while drinking copious amounts of coffee)? Check out the video below. And yes, we did tape a phone to the ceiling to film the process.

Special thanks to Moros Fabrication in Boulder, CO and Kitchens By Wedgewood in Louisville, CO for the countertop and cabinet samples.

Dreaming about your own home remodel? We'd love to hear about it! Contact us with any questions you may have, or get started by ordering samples

Happy tiling!