Hand-silvered Artisan Tile from Ann Sacks

Versailles Mesh | KitchAnn Style
Versailles Mesh tile from Ann Sacks is a mix of industrial chic and authentic technique. Hand-silvered security glass with wire mesh looks like aged mirror with spotting and random streaking. The wire mesh adds a modern graphic component that is trending in tile a the moment.

The Versailles Mesh tiles come in the following sizes  3” x 6”, 6” x 6”, 6” x 12”, 6” x 20”, 6” x 24”, 12” x 12”, 12” x 24”, 14” x 14”, 24” x 24” for dry, indoor applications. They are also available tinted in three colors in addition to the Silver Flake Rustic finish. Choose from Dark Bronze, Mercury and Rose Butter.

Versailles Mesh Bronze| KitchAnn StyleVersailles Mesh Mercury| KitchAnn StyleVersailles Mesh Rose Butter | KitchAnn Style

According to Ann Sacks, these tiles are made to order and must be installed with an expansion joint between them so the glass will not crack. Is this something you’d use in your next industrial or rustic chic kitchen project?

Versailles Mesh Tile | KitchAnn Style

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Round Ceramic Tile

Capri Ann Sacks |KitchAnn Style
capri ann sacks | KitchAnn Style

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.Round Capri Floor Tile by  Ann Sacks | KitchAnn Style


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.savoy cottonwood mosaic | KitchAnn Style

The New White House Designer

The Obamas have named Michael S. Smith as their Interior Designer for the White House interiors.

Smith is known for his inventive style of mixing Old World classicism with very contemporary settings.

His style can be called a blend of European tradition and American modernism. The result is a comfortable elegance, a non-theatrical look that is ultimately very understated in its presentation.           Congratulations Michael!

Michael S. Smith Collection for Ann Sacks   Michael S. Smith Bathroom
Michael S. Smith bedroom  Michael S. Smith Kallista Loft

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