Photos courtesy of Creative Tile
White Plains’ Artistic Tile employs a blend of textures and patterns to produce a Jack and Jill toilet with mosaic ombré partitions.
The staff: Lauren Cherkas, president and chief sales officer, Artistic Tile Mary Bligh, director of retail style, Artistic Tile
Pay a visit to the designer’s showroom: Artistic Tile’s Hudson Valley-primarily based showroom is on Tarrytown Road in White Plains. Find two other tristate locations on Route 17 in Paramus, NJ, and the A&D Setting up on East 58th Road in New York City.
The space: A neutral 10-by-12-foot Jack and Jill rest room with spectacular mosaic ombré partitions for a residence in Woodcliff Lake, NJ, near the Rockland County border. The home’s proprietor and the bathroom’s designer is Lauren Cherkas, president and main sales officer of Artistic Tile.
The goal: Though the bathroom is a Jack and Jill, Cherkas’ son, Jacob, has it to himself other than for “when his 99-12 months-aged wonderful grandmother comes to stop by every single now and then,” suggests Cherkas. He’s a “neutral child,” which warranted the neutral lavatory style and design. She chose a gender-neutral blue coloration palette encouraged from the gradient ombré mosaic of the partitions. The palette proceeds with significant tiles of Blue De Savoie French limestone on the floor and with the vanity cupboards. Gold hardware provides the lavatory a timeless and jewel-like essence.
Because of the mounted self-importance, there was no place to hide chipped or cracked tiles. Cherkas and the tile installer created absolutely sure to dry lay the tiles to prevent employing any ruined pieces they worked on the dry laying process in the garage to take be aware of any items that weren’t chosen.
The particulars: A barn doorway separates the double-sink vanity from the toilet and tub/shower region, and serves as the threshold in which tile style and design switches in the house. Though blue glass mosaic Billie Ombré shines in the vanity space, the partitions of the toilet location are Corda Blanca designed from Bianco Carrara, a textured aesthetic that resembles corduroy. The walls of the tub/shower by itself are lava stone from Artistic Tile’s Hawaii collection. Each tiles uncovered in the private region enhance the gradient ombré tiles (Cherkas’ preferred feature) with out using the highlight. “We desired the partitions to carry the focus of this space,” she states. “It’s neutral, moreover, it goes with every thing but undoubtedly stands out.”