Do your toenails match your bath tile?
Well, if you are Suzy, they certainly do!
Suzy, the owner of a brand-new tile center in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida,
showed me that your toes can indeed match your bath tile:
Suzy is hard at work selecting the tile for the upcoming Maison de Vie,
the showhome opening this summer at WaterColor resort in the Florida Panhandle.
Her company is the lead sponsor of the home:
She gave me a sneak preview of some of the hard surfaces she will be using.
Here is the floor tile she has selected for the master bath:
It feels incredibly smooth and cool underfoot. Perfect for a beach home.
She will be using this one in the home as well. Loving the soft beach colors:
Look at the same tile as above with dark gray grout, for a completely different look:
Another display in the showroom:
I fell in love with this gorgeous cross-cut marble piece:
Here are some other beauties:
This one looks like a coastal sunrise. Subtle and shimmery. And, very glamorous:
What about this subway tile with an opacity that sets it apart? Stunning.
And another Moorish arch in marble:
Here is a new product I saw in Suzy’s showroom, which is green-certified, and makes a great surface used as a bath or kitchen slab. Suzy told me that a local fabricator installed this product for her, called “Pure.” It is a glass product which looks like the whitest marble.
I have seen similar slabs called “Nano,” but was not familiar with the “Pure” brand. I will be keeping an eye on this as the next big thing, and I would love to use this in a bath installation. It really looks like pure white marble:
Suzy, thank you for allowing me to take photos of your beautiful new showroom!
Can’t wait to see the showhouse when I come to the beach this summer!
This is not a sponsored post, just thought you would enjoy seeing some of the latest trends in the high-end tile market.
This entry was posted on March 21, 2013 by Ellen at Color Calling. It was filed under Decorating trends, granite marble travertine, green, Master Bath, Residential styling .
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