This past weekend, Keystone and I took a road trip to see the groves of coastal redwoods in Northern California. Along the way, we stopped at the Solar Living Center in Hopland, CA and found a very interesting choice of tile in the restrooms. I don’t think this design will be making an appearance in any of the high-end homes I typically design, but I give it an A+ for creativity, reuse and cost avoidance. Just imagine if the installation had been done with all the same size, shape and color of toilet tank lid. It could be arranged as a subway tile pattern on steroids and look absolutely awesome in the right application. Way to think outside the box!
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