We are in love with Luxe! From its daring color palettes, lush materials, elegant accessories and total attention to detail, this lavish trend is stealing our hearts. This style is all about the 'wow' factor while pulling its sophistication from the Hollywood regency era. Continue reading to see 6 ways to use handmade tile with the Luxe style!
1. Oyster Bar with Bold Elegance
Starting the list out with one of our favorite Luxe blends, our Onyx Blend is all about bold elegance. When we think of the Luxe trend, our minds wander to moody palettes, lavish materials, and gold accents. Mixing a satin with a glossy finish adds a layer of dimension that's hard to keep your eyes off of. The Roxy Hotel in NYC chose this dramatic look to give their Oyster Bar that irresistible and luxurious cocktail lounge feel.
For more on this luxe oyster bar, visit our blog “The Roxy Oyster Bar – Black Moroccan Fish Scales”
2. Old Hollywood Luxury Powder Room
The sophisticated Art Deco meets the bold Hollywood Regency in this luxurious powder room. This elegant yet playful style is all about attention to detail, daring color palettes, and lavish materials. Leave it to visual mastermind, Bari J, to dream up a space that's totally on point with the Luxe trend. Three adjacent walls covered in a repetitive yet eye-catching ombre of 6 vibrant Medium Moroccan Fish Scales was the perfect Old Hollywood Luxe vibe she was going for.
To read more about Bari's vision for this project, visit her blog "Art Deco Dream Powder Room Renovation"
3. Lavish Home Bar Backsplash
Nothing says luxury quite like this drop-dead gorgeous home bar! This flawlessly crafted Onyx bar backsplash checks all the boxes when in comes to the coveted Luxe style. Known for its sexy lines, daring color palettes, exotic ornamentation and lavish materials, this home bar setup is screaming Luxe. Plus, we love the added intrigue of the two glaze finishes 366 Satin Black and 613 Black.
For more on our glaze finishes, visit our blog "3 Things to Consider When Choosing Glaze Color"
4. Bohemian Luxe Tiled Bathroom
Next up on our list is this Bohemian Luxe bathroom. What makes this merged trend different is that it essentially melds the relaxed and free-spirited Boho style with the extravagant Luxe trend. The simplicity of this Subway tiled shower paired with the richness of our Bluegrass glaze makes this space totally laid back yet luxurious. Plus, the architectural V-Cap trim gives this space that extra attention to detail that Luxe fanatics love so much.
For more of this Boho Luxe bathroom, visit our inspiration gallery!
5. Extravagant Colorful Ombre Bar
This Construction2Style basement bar tile backsplash checks all the right boxes when it comes to the Luxe style: a bold mosaic masterpiece, eye-catching herringbone lines and of course, all the gold accessories. One thing we love about this example of a lavish tiled space is the use color. Just shy of 10 glazes, this palette mixes a plethora of colorful hues that adds to the sophistication of the space. Our takeaway? Luxury can be colorful!
For more on this custom backsplash, visit Construction2Style's blog "Our Lower Level Custom Tile Design"
2”x6” Subway Tile in Herringbone - 1036W Bluegrass, 61 Navy, 958 Rainforest, 155 Steel, 1013 Denim, 22E Blue Opal, 77E Grey, 130 White, 11 Deco White.
Design - Construction 2 Style
Photography - K Solberg Photography
6. Modern Luxe Kitchen Backsplash
The Luxe trend doesn't have to be all about gold accents, exotic styling and expensive ornamentation. This modern kitchen proves that less is more when it come to a luxurious look. By focusing on its opulent materials rather than the accessories, this kitchen is a lavish dream. We adore the use of different glaze colors and finishes in this space. The range of hues of these brilliant Medium Diamonds make this kitchen shine from corner to corner.
For more on this bold backsplash, visit our blog "Modern Matte Black Kitchen Backsplash"
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