Only in Samarkand you can see tile work like this. When I was wandering inside Registan Square I was finding hidden corners with similar blue and eye-catching tiles. I simply could not believe that there can be so much beauty in one place.
⬅️ Before & After ➡️ Thanks to everyone for their recommendations regarding my tile paint post the other day! 🎨 We finally said goodbye to the hideous blue tie dye tiles 👋🏼 (Why is it so hard to get a good picture with spot lights 🙄)
As you know hubby is working in Boston for 6 months. It’s only these protracted periods of time spent in the States that serve to illustrate our differences. Even language is different. We had a steep learning curve over how they describe bed sizes for instance. One of my favourite conversations he’s had relates to our kitchen. A new colleague had also just had a new kitchen fitted and ended up disappointed with it on seeing ours as they would have had wooden worktops if they’d known that was a thing. Apparently not in the USA. Stick around for more cultural difference bomb shells! 😂🤷🏻♀️ #wishvintagehome
It’s all in the details with this tiled partition wall and semi frameless shower screen. The thin black shower frame marries in beautifully with the black aluminium tile angle- class!…… 📷: @anjieb.photo designer: @lydiamaskiellinteriors
Tiled feature walls give the best reflections. This is our North St #2 renovation - the new bathroom is where the kitchen was. As you can see, I love a feature tile wall, it makes the space original creative and stylish 💗