New Book from Heath Ceramics Shows How ‘Tile Makes the Room’
Tile Makes The Room is the new book by Heath Ceramics’ owners, Catherine Bailey and Robin Petravic. Featuring more than 50 projects from around the world, the book reveals how tile’s appeal is unlimited. Through contributing designers and architects, Tile Makes the Room “is about exceptional spaces and places—the kind you want to step into and examine every detail of—where tile is the main ingredient, though not the entire meal,” note the authors. Explore the dwellings of notable designers and everyday homeowners; take a look at the making of tile; gain surprising perspectives on color, pattern and texture; and take note of public installations around the world to visit and enjoy.
Within its 256 pages, this coffee table-worthy publication also serves as the perfect tool to help “architects, designers, homeowners and design enthusiasts discover how tile can serve as anything from an inspirational touchstone to a way to unify and elevate any room it’s in.”
Moreover, tile’s versatility is also exposed within the book’s pages. “Whether it’s a daring kitchen in a New York architect’s abode; the stunning ceiling of an entry foyer in Vancouver, British Columbia; hotels in Sorrento, Italy and Tokyo, Japan; gardens and patios in Los Angeles; or stunning restaurants from Los Angeles to Mexico City to Copenhagen, the book provides a world of inspiration,” add the authors.