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By: Shelby Adamson Pawlak We recently had the opportunity to design a kitchen remodel for an endearing young family in Atlanta's Oak Grove neighborhood. To accommodate their growing size, they needed storage and workspace, and quality materials to build it all. Our goal was to create...

By: Elisabeth Paulson January is all about observing and predicting trends, or what's "on trend" as we like to say. Pantone has come out with blush and blue as the colors of the year, but before we jump on board with them we'd like to celebrate...

By: Danielle Cornely When you think of concrete, a warm and welcoming living space might not immediately come to mind. However, this versatile material can add both industrial edge and smooth serenity to a home. This baby block concrete tile pattern creates visual interest behind the simple...

By: Verena Dalati Salmé My recent trip to Mexico City was as inspiring as it was relaxing. The locals were friendly, the food was delicious, and the history was rich. Among the art, museums, and regional traditions I experienced, there was one overarching theme I couldn’t...

By: Danielle Cornely When you think of floral print, do images of stuffy, dull, outdated patterns come to mind? Let's fix that. This piece by London artist Camilla Frances is part photograph, part graphic manipulation. Intense colors and high contrast take this far from the realm of antique...

By: Verena Dalati Salmé Lately I've been really inspired by bold, patterned tile, which may or may not have anything to do with my upcoming trip to Mexico. The movement, the contrast, the amazing statement a wall of this beautiful tile makes--I love it all.   The echo tile...