*Guest Post* Mirrored Tiles
Today I am relinquishing my blog to a guest post from Susi, an exceptional writer at the popular design blog Design Shuffle. You may or may not have noticed that I have a flair for the dramatic and I tend to like anything shiny or glittery. So when she propositioned me to write a post discussing *gasp* MIRROR tile, I was more than happy to let her take the stage. And without further ado, here she is:
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Hi, I’m Susi, a writer for Design Shuffle, the social media site where designers around the world showcase their work. It’s a great place to find interior design inspiration for projects too. Today I’m guest blogging here at Tile Tramp about mirrored tiles. Mirrored tiles, both new and antique, can add glamour and expand the feeling of a space. I love antique mirrors so was excited to find antique mirrored tiles for this post. So here are my favorite mirrored tiles for walls and ceilings. Yes, ceilings! Hope you enjoy. I had so much fun guest blogging here today!
Mirrored tiles or squares applied to both the ceiling and the walls expand the footprint of this small powder room. The antiqued mirror has more depth that adds a sense of old Hollywood glamour.
These antiqued mirror tiles from Ann Sacks have a lovely vintage charm. I love the smoky quality to the mirror.
Is mirrored tile appropriate for kitchen designs? Yes, absolutely! Love the incredible mirrored tile backsplash in this contemporary kitchen. The mirrored tile in a subway size tile in a running bond pattern creates tons of visual interest.
This mirrored tile is a mosaic that also has colored tiles. The random size of the tiles makes it feel hand done.
Love the mix of mirrored and white tiles in this ikat patterned mosaic tile. This mirrored tile would be gorgeous in a bathroom or kitchen.
Antique mirror tile is used to highlight this nook. The antique tiles have a lovely iridescence that changes as the light moves across them. Beautiful, and great idea for living room design ideas.
The mirrored tile on the ceiling in this beautiful interior design has a cobalt blue tint to it. Cobalt mirror was popular during the Art Deco period. Such a gorgeous ceiling.
What a fun way to look at tiles! Thank you Tile Tramp for letting Susi visit today! To get more great inspirations, shuffle on over to Design Shuffle, and connect with San Francisco interior designers, Boston interior designers and more!
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Thanks Susi for that little bit of eye candy! Now I will set off to re-tile my kitchen (again) in mirror 🙂
What’s your favorite way to use mirror tile? I’m torn between that kitchen backsplash and that little bit of ikat fabulousness…hard to choose between varying degrees of GORGEOUS isn’t it?