Romancing the Stone.

Thank you Michael Smith for your new line of sophisticated and well designed stone and tiles at Ann Sacks. I heart them! The Cosmati line includes marble, limestone, onyx, and travertine stone mosaics and is absolutely gorgeous. I’d venture to say that they were plucked off the walls of the most exquisite villas in the Mediterranean. Inspired by Parisian, Moroccan, and Greek antiquities, the water-jet cut stone is graphically appealing and sure to make any kitchen, bath, or even outdoor pool absolutely irresistible and eye-catching. The perfect at home escape. Bon voyage.

Palais Royale in calacatta oro, bianco carrara, marino blue, nero panthera, bardiglio medium and dark bardiglio

Palais Royale in calacatta oro, bianco carrara, marino blue, nero panthera, bardiglio medium and dark bardiglio

Valencia in bianco carrara, white thassos and bianco feather

Valencia in bianco carrara, white thassos and bianco feather

Alhambra in ivory cream, crema marfil, honey onyx, calacatta oro and lagos blue.

Alhambra in ivory cream, crema marfil, honey onyx, calacatta oro and lagos blue.

Chantes in timber beige, calacatta oro, timber grey and dark umber.

Chantes in timber beige, calacatta oro, timber grey and dark umber.

Venice in blue macauba, white thassos, dark bardiglio and blue celeste.

Venice in blue macauba, white thassos, dark bardiglio and blue celeste.

Fez in gold brown, russet brown, botticino and dark onyx.

Fez in gold brown, russet brown, botticino and dark onyx.

Crete in marino blue, white thassos and blue celeste.

Crete in marino blue, white thassos and blue celeste.

With the Gilt tiles, pure gold or platinum leaf is fused with faceted art glass to create a lustrous and alluring surface for the wall.

With the Gilt tiles, pure gold or platinum leaf is fused with faceted art glass to create a lustrous and alluring surface for the wall.

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1 Response to “Romancing the Stone.”


  1. 1 Abhishek 10/21/2010 at 12:06 am

    Nice posting about Moroccan tiles.


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