We are so excited to share this gorgeous project with you. Pencil Shavings Studio transformed this kitchen into a piece of herringbone heaven. With white cabinetry, gold accents, and natural wood, this kitchen is a sure show stopper. Keep reading to get the scoop on this bluegrass herringbone kitchen tile backsplash!
A Little Background
As a color connoisseur and interior icon, our friend Rachel Shingleton of Pencil Shavings Studio hits the ball out of the park every time when it comes to creativity. Rachel collaborates with residential and commercial clients to bring their vision to life with interiors that are just as functional as they are beautiful. Her passion for color, style and travel shines bright in her designs creating some incomparable spaces. We are so excited to share with you her newest project using our handmade tile!
To see more of Rachel's work, visit her site Pencil Shavings Studio
Rachel Shingleton of Pencil Shavings Studio
Where it Started
We first became acquainted with Rachel when she chose to use our one-of-a-kind signature flower pattern with small hexagons with a vanity and shower covered in 23 Sapphire Blue Subway Tile for her master bath. This is when we realized that for Rachel the sky is the limit when it comes to color. With this design, she proves that the stigma of only black and white designs can be classy is totally wrong.
For more on this project, visit our blog "Polished & Stunning Sapphire Blue Tile Design"
On to the Next One
Just when we thought it couldn't get much better than Rachel's master bath transformation, lo and behold, her kitchen remodel! Jumping from one pattern to the next, Rachel landed on our 2"x6" Herringbone Pattern in 1036E Bluegrass for her boho chic kitchen refresh. One of the many things we admire about the design is her use of bold colors and patterns while always keeping it classy.
For more ways to use herringbone, visit our blog "6 Herringbone Tile Projects to Inspire"
All in the Details
From the brass hardware to the natural elements, no details go unnoticed in this kitchen. That's why we wanted to make sure the finishing touches of the tile matched the rest of the ambiance. Together we decided to line the window with 1"x6" Bullnose in 1036E Bluegrass. Bullnose is the most diverse option when it comes to finishing pieces and can make all the difference in your final design.
Learn about all of our finishing options and when you need to use them with our blog "Tile Trim 101"
Food for Thought
One thing we love about this glaze and pattern combo is its versatility in any space. Whether you are wanting black, brown or white cabinetry, this glaze color will fit right in and accent all the best parts of your space. Did you know that 1036E Bluegrass is one of our most popular glaze colors? So, maybe being bright and bold isn't as risky as one might think!
For more ways to use this glaze color, visit our blog "The Best of our Teal & Turquoise Tile"
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