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Product: Savoy Classic 3"x6" Field Tile and Ribbed Field in Ricepaper, Design: Serendipite Design, Photographer: Chad Mellon
“ I’m bonkers for the Ann Sacks Savoy collection. I can’t get enough of it. I have done everything from super contemporary details and really classic styles with that line. It’s my go-to. No one else can take your basic ceramic tile and offer it in the perfect shade of white and other gorgeous hues. Ricepaper is the perfect balance of soft blue-gray. Ann Sacks has this niche that no one’s able to duplicate, and it’s so unique. Every new color they’ve presented is as gorgeous as the last. That’s why I’m obsessed.” - Valerie Saunders, Serendipite Design
Product: Savoy Classic 3"x6" Field in Paperwhite and Graphite, Design: Serendipite Design, Photography: Chad Mellon
"We love the Savoy Collection for a few reasons. Number one: it's beautiful. It feels organic and soft, in colors that blend into relaxed environments. The patterns and shapes are a mix of classic and new, the prints are simple, adding texture and interest to any space.
Number two: price point. This is one of the most important deciding factors when choosing tile for clients. Most of our clients are working within a budget so the Savoy collection is a win-win." - Oliver Simon Interiors
"We fell in love with the Savoy tile as soon as we saw it; it was just a matter of finding the perfect application for it in the room. We decided it needed to be the focal point, so we used within the hood and used neutral large format subway tile on the walls. The eye goes to the hood immediately, which is exactly what we wanted since it is visible from the kitchen entry and adjacent rooms!" - Amy Storm & Co
Product: Gem by Kelly Wearstler Elope in Azure, Design: Ann Ueno Interior Design, Photography: Jackie Knabben,
"The room overall was very awkward and that area where the closet used to be – it served as an entryway/storage area off of both the front door of the house and the garage. However, I couldn’t stand the thought of having a storage area within the same area of the family living room so what better asset to incorporate into a living room than a dry bar?! It helped solved the need for storage with the custom cabinetry and it also gave the client a place to entertain. Plus, when you use Kelly Wearstler x Ann Sacks tile any space instantly becomes a tiny slice of an art exhibit right inside of a residential home. That, truly, was my motivation in creating this dry bar!" - Ann Ueno Interior Design
"The owners loved the midcentury bones of their Eichler house and the kitchen especially, but they realized it was not serving them in their modern day-to-day. The goal was to capture elements of midcentury design in the new kitchen while reflecting the owners maximalist glam style. The balance was met with a more open configuration, ash wood cabinetry with Savoy tile and white countertops, and just the right hits of dramatic black and Liaison Obelisque tiles." - Natalie Myers
Product: Maven by Kelly Wearstler, MADE by Ann Sacks Dune, Design: Breathe Design Studio, Photography: Chase Daniel
"The homeowners asked us to bring fresh original ideas to the table so we combined unexpected elements such as the Maven by Kelly Wearstler, MADE by Ann Sacks squiggly line tile, a rounded island, and wood slat details. Truth be told, the client told us he actually had a dream about that tile so that was the driving force behind the overall design." - Christine Turknett of Breathe Design Studio
Product: MADE Shapes Favo in Cashmere Grey Gloss, Design: Jamie Banfield Design, Photography: Janis Nicolay, Pinecone Camp,
"For the Farmhouse Project, we selected tile from the MADE collections for the kitchen. For the backsplash, we wanted something that was unique but not fussy. This Favo tile fir perfectly. The homeowner loved how each piece was hand-crafted specifically for their kitchen." - Jamie Banfield Design
Product: MADE Shapes Swiss Cross in a Custom Color, Design: JV Design Group, Photography: Janis Nicolay, Pinecone Camp,
"This kitchen was designed with a young family in mind. We wanted to brighten up the space but still use materials that would be family-friendly, with a modern, clean aesthetic. To keep it fun and bright, we used MADE by ANN SACKS Swiss Cross tile in a blue tone and it really popped in the otherwise muted space." - JV Design Group
"It's a very, very small powder room, so I knew I wanted to make a big statement. We knew we didn't want to do wallpaper, and we wanted the tile to crawl up the ceiling a little bit. Once we knew taht, we started looking at different shapes that would give us an unjagged rough edge so it doesn't end abruptly. Swiss Cross came up, and was a natural fit." - Bandd Design