And one of those new series is the Harper collection—a statement-making design that offers a modern twist on timeless and traditional style.
With colorways like Jade, Birchwood, Cranberry, and Black Licorice, the Harper tile lets you decide between a tile installation that exudes soft or striking sophistication. Available on 6×6 or 12×12 Limestone, this decorative tile lends itself nicely to a wide variety of home styles and aesthetics.
Curious as to how the Harper tile might fit into your current home or future remodel?
Discover three, different ways to style this design, below!
1. Modern Farmhouse
Characterized by smooth lines, neutral colors, and both rustic and contemporary touches, the Modern Farmhouse aesthetic is one that continues to be in high demand across the country. If you have the Modern Farmhouse look in mind for your space, consider using the Harper tile in the colorway Jade.
The delicate and flower-like center design of the tile can offer your space a contemporary touch, while its organic colorway can complement the neutral color scheme commonly seen in farmhouse-inspired rooms. To complete your Modern Farmhouse space with the Harper tile, opt for matte black light fixtures, open shelving, organic accents, and quartz countertops.
2. American Country
American Country design style is best known for its use of traditional materials (like stone and wood), country motifs, textiles, and Americana art. To create this aesthetic in your space with the Harper tile, select the Cranberry colorway. This flower-like pattern tile in deep red will give your space added charm and interest.
Pair your tile installation with other American Country elements like rich, Chesnut flooring, natural stone surfaces, and classic color schemes. And to finalize your space, remember to add in wicker accents, antique furniture, and wrought iron finishes.
Transitional design style truly is like having the best of both worlds. It takes a balanced approach to modern and traditional design and curates certain elements of both to produce a style that feels fresh yet timeless. To achieve this look with the Harper tile, pick the Black Licorice colorway. The dark color of the tile’s design will accent the overall muted and neutral color scheme that is often at play in Transitional spaces.
Make sure to pair the patterned tile with traditional elements, like white cabinetry and grand furniture, and modern elements, like polished finishes and glass accents. To finish off your Transitional space, use architectural lighting and contemporary barstool seating.
Let Us Know Your Thoughts
Now that you’ve seen the three ways we would style the newly-added Harper collection, we would love to know which design style resonated with you the most. Share your favorite ideas in the comment section down below, and stay tuned for our next styling inspiration blog, which will give you three styling options for the Hermosa patterned tile from the 2021 Artisan Stone Tile collection.
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