Given the opportunity I would tile an entire room... wall, floors, ceiling. Of course it has to be amazing tile and I have been smitten with this Paccha tile from Ann Sacks for quite sometime. I am dying to use it in my own kitchen someday. In the meantime I am combining the exotic old world craftsmanship of these Tabarka Studio tiles with the clean lines of a modern day kitchen in one of my current projects. I am of course drawn to the more graphic patterns. I used a similar more subtle combination to great effect in the Coastal Living Idea Home kitchen that I designed last year.
Ok, it doesn’t take much for me to get my groove on and this song is totally doing it. I can’t stop listening... or dancing. So make sure you have room to move before you play this.
Check out the new issue of Garden & Gun and you will see some amazing creations from a slew of talented folks across the south. A couple of my favorites include my friend and office mate Leigh Magar. I get to see these handmade beauties everyday in her studio downstairs and of course I have one of my own. And I can't wait to get my hands on a bottle of organic Roobie Red Tea from my hometown of Louisville, KY. I was also psyched to find out that my friend, Sid Evans, editor in chief of Garden & Gun, requested to have his new profile picture taken at Enoteca.