Staff Picks: Chelsea's favorite things
We asked each of our in-house designers to select their top five favorites from the showroom. Chelsea's picks feature compelling patterns, daring hues, & a flair for the dramatic.
It's the color combination for me. Blush, merlot, sand, ochre, slate grey, & cognac comingle brilliantly in this beautifully intricate marble mosaic. Somehow simultaneously modern & traditional, this luxuriously artful statement piece is sure to garner compliments from all who see it.
Love the natural elegance of Calacatta marble, but want something a little more unique? Meet onyx. The rich texture and softly monochromatic color palate make it the perfect foundation for a statement-making tamboured vanity, lush brass hardware, & teak accents. Unlike real onyx, this porcelain version is inexpensive, maintenance free, easy to clean, & extremely durable.
This Art Nouveau-inspired floral mosaic is available in several neutral colorways, but this dramatic peacock-blue hue really makes my heart happy. I would love to see it in a powder room behind an arched mirror & a modern console vanity. Because it is made of glass, this mosaic has an incredible depth that makes it even lovelier in person.
If you know me, you know I have an affinity for this high variation wall tile, so much so that I couldn't choose just one! Although it's inexpensive & readily available, it looks made to order due to its undulating surface, shading, & imperfect edges. The emerald green looks stellar as a backsplash behind Carrara marble, while the rose shines in contrast with charcoal walls.
Inspired by the gleaming pattern sunlight makes on wavelets of water, this abstract mosaic evokes feelings of peace & serenity. It can be customized to feature any conceivable combination of marble & metal inlay, but I'm partial to the classic Calacatta & brass shown here.
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What do you think of Chelsea's style? Would you use these daring designs in your home? Let us know in the comments below!