House and Garden November 2013

There is a lovely story in the November House and Garden issue featuring a beautiful renovated 1920s Queenslander that Megan and her close friend Bettina Clarke form Ascot Living brought back to life. The collaboration of minds and great style created a stunning home with unique pieces picked up from here and there and an eclectic and homely feel. Megan wanted a tiled bench top in her kitchen following her mothers footsteps. Megan and Bettina chose a stunning antique tile from my range for this which worked beautifully as did the antique tiles on the bathroom floor.The use of an antique tile instantly creates warmth and character and gives the feeling that they have always been a part of the home. Both designs, Spanish Villa and White Flower suit the home perfectly.The Blue Santorini reproduction encaustic  tile was featured on the "Look we Love" page. Thanks to Bettina from Ascot Living in Brisbane and House and...

Indian Sunset

I love the contrast in colours used in Thomas's bathroom.The Inky blue cement tiles brings out the orange in the Indian Sunset patterned tile and visa versa.The combination really works and makes this bathroom very unique .From the glass tiles used on the semi circular shower wall, to the incredible lime wash render called Tadelakt which was created by Julien Fantone from Idea Creations who is the only specialist of this style of rendering in Australia, to the small bench top where the Black Royal tile has been used, and  of course the amazing floor.The encaustic cement tiles being a feature just add to the other elements in the space.The look is very European…..very French as is the...