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The Brother Rabbit tiles complement the cabinets really well in this kitchen in Waterloo Canada.
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The blue weavers are installed in new construction in Medford, Oregon.
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Sparkling white kitchen in Queensland with De Morgan peacock accents.
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For this Brother Rabbit kitchen in Eugene, Oregon, the customer sent me a knob which I used to approximate the paint color. The birds, also part of the Brother Rabbit pattern, needed to replace four inch tiles between the countertop and the planter. But four-inch blanks were not (and still aren't) available. The pattern was modified to 4.25 wide by 4 inches tall, and the installer trimmed the last quarter inch with a tile saw, adding less than half an hour to the installation time. Brother Rabbit Tiles
This is an creative use of William Morris 'The Forest' border tiles as the centerpiece of a white backsplash in a white kitchen. It fits well with the feeling of the house and its surroundings. Morris would approve.
These enchanting dragons live in a kitchen in Washington, D.C. Dragons are found in every culture and the dragon tiles span more than 3000 years and hail from every continent except Antarctica. The original dragon set of 6 or 7 was conceived on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Several bespoke tiles were made for this installation and many more added since. Each dragon has a history and a backstory, and the dragons open up a learning tool to other cultures and their myths to the children who live there. That's a crowned basilisk in the far left corner. A basilisk is the king of serpents, hatched by a serpent from a cock's egg, and often shown as a cock with a snakes tail. See the basilisk: Bestiary Dragon Tiles. Also:
Ancient and World Dragons, including Kur, the World's oldest dragon
The angel half-panels are a good example of brainstorming with the customer for this kitchen in Arlington, Virginia. My original offering was for full panels (there are six) or square tiles showing only the angel faces. The full panels were too tall for the undercabinet backsplash, so we divided the panels and moved the seventh day angel, who was at the bottom of the sixth day, to her own panel. Each panel is 8 inches by 12 inches on two 8x6 inch tiles. The Days of Creation have an interesting backstory: Burne-Jones Days of Creation Angels
Bird and Trellis is a bespoke tile made for an Arts & Crafts home in Seattle, Washington. The tiles have rose pink flowers and bright blue birds, in a blue and white kitchen. The blue of the birds bounces off the kitchen's blue walls. Morris's inspiration for bird and trellis was watching birds dart through the rose trellises that stood in the garden at Red House. I have Bird and Trellis in several colors. Bird and Trellis Border Tiles
This is a very well thought out kitchen. They've judiciously placed a few six-inch Woodland Weeds tiles (custom ordered on a white background, instead of the usual cream) to work with the white tile and counters in the Southern California bungalow, while adding a spot of color. They work nicely with the Portmeirion Botanic Garden dinnerware, too.
A selection of De Morgan's early Art Nouveau tiles installed as a blue and white border. Tiles from: De Morgan Birds and Beasts, De Morgan Early Art Nouveau, De Morgan Happy Dragons, and Fantastic Ducks
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Fairy-tales are the myths we live by. The nine William Morris / Edward Burne-Jones Sleeping Beauty fireplace panels were first installed in a bedroom fireplace overmantel at the home of Miles Foster at 'The Hill'. Paired with cool subway tiles, they bring smiles to this sunny kitchen.
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