Designer Encaustic Tile Bathrooms

Brooke Aitken has completed a stunning job on four bathrooms in the one home, each with a different feel making them all unique and individual .The Grey Moroccan Bazaar is so elegant and works so beautifully with the marble, the tiles being the feature however not overpowering the space.The Black with White Circle  used in the second bathroom has a more contemporary feel and looks stunning with the white subway tiles used on the walls and the finishes in the bathroom. The Blue and Grey Clover and the Moroccan Flower designs used in the other two bathrooms are vibrant and luring. I love the look of extending the patterned tiles up the wall which has created even warmth and more interest, once again without being overbearing. Brooke from Brooke Aitken Design had a great vision which has proven to work...

Black and White

Black and White is timeless,elegant and works with classic or contemporary style interiors. Easy to accessorise and with a definite contrast that is always striking to the eye. Black and white works beautifully alone or with dashes of colour and of course with all shades of grey. I love the look of the black and white encaustic tiles surrounded by polished concrete or a beautifully dark stained timber floor. I have recently received a gorgeous antique cubic style tile and a terrazzo hex style tile ,both so strong and both create an amazing impact. You can never go wrong with black and...

Glamourous Bathrooms

Interior Designer Karen Bell is a woman with a wonderful sense of style as can be seen in the 4 bathrooms she has recently completed. Each bathroom with its own personality created by the use of the different tile designs carefully chosen and put together with the appropriate finishes. Moorish Night,Grey Indian Earth,Grey and White circle and Grey Moroccan Bazaar from Jatana Interiors are the four designs that Karen chose. These cement tiles always make the space a piece of art and bring the bathrooms...

Footbridge in Brunswick Heads

There is a new cafe recently opened in Brunswick Heads that has given the town a burst of new energy. A young couple from Melbourne experienced in the world of cafes have brought a touch of the downtown to the North Coast.The food is excellent and creative as is the fresh decor and craftsmanship of the interiors all put together by the owners. The site is the original butcher shop of Brunswick and they have kept the old world feel by preserving the old tiles in the bathroom and the facade which compliment the choice of tiles from the Jatana range particularly the Rustic manor tiles on the back wall.The counter is eye catching and welcoming and they have kept the seaside feel with choice of colours and feel.Footbridge is definitely worth a visit next time you are in Brunswick...