The “Making a 1920s Bathroom Look a Little Vintage Again” Makeover
Project by: Molly Location: Chicago My husband and I bought our 1920’s condo in Chicago because it had a ton of space, and it was essentially a blank canvas. On the one hand, we were excited that it was not super upgraded with a bunch of trendy finishes that were not our style, but on the other, it meant that the place had literally zero historic character because it had been gutted in 2000.
Union Station tile work
We waited in line at Union Station for three hours to vote on Election Day. (My ballot was damaged and I was with people who had lost their ballots, so we had to vote in person even though Washington State is a "vote by mail" state now.) This gave a lot of time to take pictures of the beautiful building. I loved the tilework on the floors. So many hex tiles and square tiles. And very shiny.
Brasserie Bardot Restaurant
When the Fall comes, many of us (including me) happen to wander more into random restaurants or cafes more, am I right? I feel like, when it’s summer and the weather is all warm and sunny, and it’s light outside till almost midnight, you just hang out with your friends somewhere outside. But then it gets all chilly, wet and windy and you obviously don’t spend that much time outside and probably meet your friends somewhere warm, for example – in some cozy restaurant for a lunch. Today, in…
Portfolios Archive - Céramiques Hugo Sanchez
514-992-8043 Entrée de maison en carreaux de mosaïque hexagonale reproduisant l’effet d’un tapis. Le sol a été renforcé, nivelé et jointé avec du coulis à l’époxy pour une meilleure résistance aux taches et uniformité des couleurs. © 2014 Céramiques Hugo Sanchez. Tous droits réservés.
Tailor and habit maker, Putney
The tailor and habit maker may be long gone but the attractive if rather sober mosaic survives to this day. Somehow the overall shape reminds me of the patterns used by tailors to create suits and other garments. Location: Upper Richmond Road / Picture taken on: 15/08/2008
Sideshow Sign Co. on Instagram: “Excited and honored to be working with the extremely talented @joncontino on this tile mosaic for his studio in New York. 120+ hours and…”
Excited and honored to be working with the extremely talented @joncontino on this tile mosaic for his studio in New York. 120 hours and over 5 thousand hand cut porcelain pieces we are almost at the finish line. by sideshowsignco