Spring 2015 Parade of Homes – Contemporary Tiles
Energy saving home featuring a green roof, solar panels, and the latest contemporary tiles. This home by Sustainable 9 Design + Build features forward thinking tiles from Rubble Tile.
Contemporary tiles bring the outdoors in
This stunning home was designed with nature in mind. The interior design uses the power of color and texture to create a relaxing natural environment indoors. Porcelain tile, 3d printed and treated to emulate the look and feel of distressed copper, natural wood, and terra cotta tiles are a cost effective and easy-to-maintain way to incorporate natural design elements.
Like jewels, En Vision glass mosaic tiles POP out of cotto-style Ragno Villa Medici porcelain tiles.
Popular color palette inspired by natural elements
Natural color combinations of brown and blue are very popular in today’s designs. Reminiscent of the earth and sky, this natural palette is extremely versatile. By varying the shade of either color it’s possible to create either high energy or relaxing spaces, like the lower lever bathroom in this home.
Mosa 10Thirty, dark brown subway tiles | Ragno Cambridge Oak , brown wood-look tiles | Solistone glass mosaic tiles
Slick subway tiles are a classic bathroom look, updated with dark brown color. Ragno Cambridge Oak wood-look tile is resistant to moisture and mildew. For the ecologically minded, using faux-wood prevents deforestation. The shimmering texture of glass mosaic tile is reminiscent of water; these tiles make a great backsplash or shower stall.
Visit this unique contemporary home on the Spring 2015 – February 28-March 29th, Thursday-Sunday noon-6 PM
Spring 2015 Parade of Homes # 266, 4817 Upton Avenue S, Minneapolis
50th Street to Upton Avenue; north to Home on the east side of the street.