May 2017

 

Erin DeMuth

Design and Sourcing Specialist

Erin DeMuth | Lead Sourcing Specialist

BLOSSOM GLASS MOSAICS

  • THE DETAILS                              THE APPLICATION                             THE TILE POINTS

    Often find yourself searching for ‘that’ grey or ‘that’ white? Starlit is the answer - every time. Take Benjamin Moore’s Edgecomb Gray HC-173 down a couple of notches and BAM, you have Warm White! Don’t be scared by the name (it doesn’t have pink undertones). Starlit also offers a great ice white option: Bright White glazed (suitable for wall only because it does not pass DCOF). All other colors are through-body.  The shades of warm and cool grays hit different areas of the gray spectrum, always important for this neutral! And last but not least, Black; you don’t always have the option of matte and polished black in the same series – this collection fills that niche!

    I can see this going in a hotel bathroom where you would want a monolithic look, but budget prohibits using a large format gauged tile; the 24”x24” tile will give you that aesthetic. I also like the ability to play with the matte and polished finishes; this allows you to take a monochromatic palette and add some visual interest to it.

    Aesthetic: Monochromatic

    Sizes: 12”x12”*, 12”x24”, 24”x24” and 2”x2” Mosaic

    *available in Bright White, Warm White, Black

    Location: Stocked Domestically

    Budget: $ [out of $$$$$]

    Application: Wall and Floor

     

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