The silver Ann Sacks Lux tile steals the show in this transitional master bathroom, immediately catching the eye and contrasting beautifully with the black flooring. Beneath the arched window, a freestanding tub adds a touch of drama and is perfectly positioned for basking in ample natural lighting.
Within this stylish master bathroom, Ann Sacks Lux tile provides a stunning backdrop above the sink. The silver starburst pattern of the tile not only livens up the room, but also complements the silver faucet and fixtures to create a sense of unity.
A double vanity topped with white marble serves as the centerpiece to this transitional master bathroom. Above the his-and-her sinks, silver Ann Sacks Lux tile adds a flair of drama to the room while simultaneously balancing the dark wood vanity.
This master bath features three complimentary design finishes of Ann Sacks tile that make a bold statement in the small space. The tall glass shower enclosure creates a sense of height and visually made things appear much larger.
Terra cotta Ann Sacks tiles featuring a shimmery, geometric design offer a bit of a modern surprise in an otherwise traditional kitchen designed by Alison Davin for the 2013 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The soft silver tone is perfectly matched to the stainless steel oven and hood for the ultimate custom look.
The pool house kitchen often serves as a wet bar and food prep station for the family's pool parties, so the small galley kitchen has been decked out in Ann Sacks tile and custom shelves. The tile backsplash gives the room a textured feel, while the open shelving helps keep the modern look of the space.
This neutral kitchen mixes classic, tailored pieces like upholstered barstools from Restoration Hardware with sleek, updated touches like pearly Ann Sacks subway tile. A large island with barstools creates a casual eating area beneath elegant glass pendant lighting.
This bathroom to includes a steam shower, large tub and double-sink vanity. The custom cherry blossom tile mosaic is from Ann Sacks and makes the bathroom feel unique and luxurious. Because the mosaic was an expensive addition, simple, inexpensive tiles were selected for all other areas of the bathroom to avoid breaking the bank
Penny tile flooring from Ann Sacks provides a great size contrast to the larger subway tile look of this sleek, contemporary shower. A built-in nook allows for seating or storage, and a mounted removable shower head can easily be maneuvered in the space.
Designer Vern Yip squeezes a lot of luxury into tight quarters in this Manhattan high-rise. To maximize the natural light streaming in from one lone window, Vern covered both the floor and main wall in Ann Sacks glass tile for its light-reflecting qualities. Because space is at a premium, the vanity features a slim, elliptical profile with 2 pivoting doors that swing out to provide plenty of storage for necessary toiletries.
A squared-off sink paired with a white marble countertop creates a sleek look that blends with the white-gray tile in this traditional bathroom. Sconces are by Rejuvenation Lighting, and tile is by Ann Sacks.
Silver leaf glass tile by Ann Sacks glams up this transitional master bath, adding texture and elegance. A modern light-rimmed mirror pairs with traditional Kallista fixtures, bridging styles and bringing soft sophistication to the space.
The custom-made 72-inch zinc hood over the range top is the main focal point of this grand kitchen packed with chef-grade amenities. A backsplash of beige stone tiles are a handsome complement. Cabinets: Grabill Cabinetry; Backsplash: Ann Sacks natural stone tiles