Old-school patterns are making a comeback in modern interiors. Traditionally, damask patterns have been used on rich silk fabrics in classic home design. Today, they’re found on everything from rugs to wallpaper, painted stencils to tiles! Damask tile can be used to add character to any kitchen or bath.
If you’re fearless, go for a look that’s big, bold and beautiful. If you’re a little timid about using patterns, try something more subtle, soft and light.
Dramatic and Bold
This simple black and white kitchen a uses vibrant turquoise damask backsplash to make a statement.
A large kitchen covered in patterned ceramic tiles creates a huge impact. Keep the rest of the room sleek and neutral to prevent the pattern from being distracting or overwhelming.
This metallic damask is absolutely beautiful! A patterned tile in wrought iron or metallic finishes will make your dream bathroom feel glamorous.
Soft and Light
NEUTRAL AND MONOCHROMATIC
Use a tile that blends in with the rest of the decor in the room. This porcelain tile is neutral, but with the raised metallic pattern, it becomes eye-catching and adds a bit of flair to the space.
FEATURES AND ACCENT WALLS
Keep it simple and use the pattern on one wall, or even just a small section. If you can’t find a pattern that you love, try a custom tile design to feature in your decor.
A tiled bathroom vanity is a unique way to feature damask tile. The designer created a beautiful focal point, turning a simple bathroom into something special.