It’s easy to overlook the hardworking, everyday aspects of interior design. Household finishes like wood, elements like concrete, and embellishments like tile have a tendency to fade into the background, while flashier kinds of décor stand out. Part of my mission as an interior evangelist is to celebrate these types of standard materials—after all, they tend to do the lion’s share of keeping our living spaces livable, am I right? With that in mind, today we’re looking at the subtle beauty and workaday wonder that is penny tile (or penny round tile, if you prefer.)– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
Dave Hime has a passion for (dark) color, texture, and great materials--all hallmarks of masculine design. He's an interior design consultant, speaker, and founder/curator of Japanese Trash, where he brings that passion into your world, your life and your home.