Tile Style: Spotlight on Heath Ceramics
From kitchen to garden, Sausalito's famed ceramics add color, craftsmanship and fine design
Heath Ceramics has been creating gorgeous tableware and tiles since the 1940s, when founder Edith Heath released her first collection to San Francisco's legendary home design store Gumps. Since then, you've likely seen their work in many of the beautiful homes around Houzz—the simple styles and quality of craftsmanship are a favorite with designers the world over. Here, a sampling of spaces that use Sausalito's famed ceramics to great effect.
Oval tiles in deep blue set a moody tone in this modern bar.
Get a fun snap of color with field tiles in shades of purples, blues, and chartreuse.
More slender than your typical subway tile, the 2x6-inch Modern Basics tiles in soft white maintain the clean, fuss-free spirit of this bathroom.
A fern green accent wall is a cool respite for the eye in a kitchen filled with warm wood tones.
Heath's oval tiles add dimension and texture to the backsplash of this simple kitchen.
Ideabook updated on Dec. 12, 2010.
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