We just received a picture of this beautiful kitchen from Great Britain Tile.  They used the Minore Antiqued tiles in the Charcoal/Green color as the focal point for the backsplash. The tiles are printed on our 6×6 Light Travertine stone.

The Minore Antiqued is a very subtle fusion of color and patterns.  It is not a design which jumps out at you. Instead, it hints at something old and timeless.  It lingers and slowly unfolds its many turns and mysteries; like an ancient Grecian city or a pathway through the old town of Tangiers.

It is difficult to see the details in this picture, so here is a close up of the pattern:

Minore pattern in charcoal green color on 6x6 light travertine tiles
Minore Antiqued Charcoal/Green on 6×6 Light Travertine

The Minore design is also available in these two colors:

Minore pattern in blue green color on 6x6 light travertine tiles
Minore Antiqued Blue/Green on 6×6 Light Travertine

Minore pattern in salmon green color on 6x6 light travertine tiles
Minore Antiqued Salmon/Green on 6×6 Light Travertine

As with all of our designs, the Minore Antiqued can be made into any size and printed on any stone.  In the kitchen pictured above, it is done on 6×6 Light Travertine tiles, but we can imagine it enlarged and printed on 12×12 tiles for a much bigger impact.  The 12×12 tiles would fill up the 24 inch high by 48 inch wide space in that kitchen and you would have two choices for how to lay it out.   You can emphasize the circular part of the pattern like this:

Or make the more square and linear shapes the focal point, like this:

What do you think?  Would you pick circles or squares?