We’ve found inspiration from so many places- travelling, or from vintage shops, from artists in our community. Lately, because we’re not travelling much, we are turning to online shops and images of far away places. An antique basket or a vintage kimono could very well be the jumping off place for an entire design.
Tile is one of the areas where we can mix price points to get beautiful results. A smaller area like a backsplash can give the space drama while the larger areas can use a slightly less expensive tile to stretch the budget just a little more.
We love the Savoy Collection for a few reasons. Number one: it’s beautiful. It feels organic and soft, in colours that blend into relaxed environments. The patterns and shapes are a mix of classic and new, the prints are simple, adding texture and interest to any space.
Number two: price point. This is one of the most important deciding factors when choosing tile for our clients. Most of our clients are working within a budget so the Savoy collection is a win-win.
Designer Kelly Hohla spoke with us about balancing old with new in her renovation of an early-20th-century home in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.