Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Street of Dreams 2013

We are very excited to be featured in not one, but two homes this year on the Street of Dreams in Stonehenge, West Linn. Once again our tile is showcased in the beautiful homes by Phil Pahlisch of Pahlisch Homes

First up is Clearhaven, described as a little bit of Nantucket here on the west coast, this house features cool hues and luxurious surfaces. Interiors were designed by Pahlisch Homes own Christina Ingham with tile specified by Paulson's Flooring designer Jamie Sixberry.

Pratt and Larson's Motif tile pattern makes a central appearance in the spectacular kitchen, both behind the stove and in the adjacent work area.

In the master bath our mosaic circles, in a beautiful neutral blend of colors with a metallic dot, are used to great effect around the sink, tub and floor.

The second Pahlisch Home is called Blackmore. At Blackmore old world grandeur meets modern luxury and Pratt & Larson tile adds a beautiful handcrafted touch to several rooms. The interiors of this home were designed by Carin Atterbury from Surface.

A panel of Filigree tile,  Pratt & Larson's newest line, is set off by two beautiful stones and stone architectural trim in this fantastic shower.

A Motif tile accent above the sink in this guest bath echos the arabesque pattern used in the shower with a dramatic stone architectural trim.

A third bathroom uses the arabesque shape as well, this time in Pratt and Larson's Large Arabesque field in a playful mix of colors. 

As always, the homes in this years Street of Dreams promise to be gorgeous and full of wonderful design inspiration. The show starts this weekend, July 27th and runs until August 25th, be sure to make it out there for a tour. Special thanks to Jamie Sixberry from Paulson's Flooring and Carin Atterbury from Surface for choosing Pratt & Larson to be included in their beautiful designs.

1 comment:

  1. I'm loving all of this. I've been looking for tile in Toronto but it's so much harder than I thought it was going to be! There are so many choices.