For the last several months I’ve been working with Split Rock Fine Homes on a beautiful custom build in St. George, Utah. Villa Bonita is a classic home with modern lines, white painted brick, steel windows, and natural woods. Today, I’m excited to share some progress shots from the home that highlight one of my favorite resources for the project – Fireclay Tile. The spaces I’m sharing today are the Kitchen Nook, Powder Bath and Guest Bath Vanity. I love how each room has a fresh distinctive design using flooring from Fireclay Tile. Take a peek at the progress of Villa Bonita…
In this kitchen nook, we wanted to add depth to the fresh white walls and warm rustic wood. We chose the prettiest Fireclay tile, Ogee Drop in Pitch Black. The crisp black defines the space, gives it a polished look and compliments the black steel windows. The shape and sheen adds texture and interest. It is so pretty.
In the powder bath we worked to create interest while keeping the space fresh and neutral. We transformed a traditional shape into a statement by alternating Fireclay’s 2″x6″ Field tile in White Wash and French Linen. Both the pattern and the high quality, hand-crafted tiles make the space unique.
Guest Bath Vanity
In the guest bathroom we again played with pattern to create wow factor. We kept the floor monochromatic for a clean modern look but decided to use Fireclay’s 3″x12″ Field tile in a cross hatch pattern with dark grout for an updated twist on traditional subway tile. Keeping to a simple color palette of white, washed wood, and black accents, puts the emphasis on pattern and texture for beautiful organic vibe.
Fireclay Tile has the prettiest colors and shapes to choose from. Because they are handmade, even the white and black has a rich depth. You have to see them in person. Above is a roundup of some of our go to favorites that we use often in our designs. Go to Fireclay Tile’s site to see all their designs and be sure to check back soon for the reveal of this beautiful home.