First glance of the concept board may make you think this is another penny round tile. However, the Capri Tile from Ann Sacks is 3″ round. It’s an ideal choice if you are not a fan of mosaic tile but want an alternative to traditional tile shapes.
The collection is available in soft pastel hues making it a great choice for creating a relaxing bathroom.
Other shapes include 3×6 rectangular and 4 1/4″ square tiles for coordinating walls and floors.
If the 3″ round is too large for you, Ann Sacks offers the 3/4″ penny round tile in their Savoy Collection.
Glace tiles from Ann Sacks is a modern glass version of the traditional ceramic penny round tile.
In addition to 3/4″ rounds, this opaque sparkling tile is available in sheets of 1″x 6″ sticks.
Ann Sacks uses the traditional method of ladling molten glass into steel molds to form these tiles. The slow cooling process gives the tiles their aged and scattered appearance.
Since blue is the new green I expect these tiles to be very popular.