new: popham design spring tiles

by Grace Bonney

Whenever I see beautiful tiles, I feel a twinge of jealousy toward anyone lucky enough to own a home. I can’t exactly re-tile in a rental, so I pine for the day that I’ll be able to pick and choose my own bathroom tiles (I know, a weird thing to pine for). One of the tile companies I constantly return to is Popham Design. Caitlin and her team at Popham produce some of the most colorful, bold and unique tiles on the market. So of course, when I saw an email about their Spring collection, I got excited. The new Popham line is full of vivid blues and greens that are cool and watery. I really love the design above, but there are plenty of new patterns to view below and on their site. Whether you’re a homeowner looking for tiles or just a window shopper like me, you can check out the full range right here. And if you want to check out Caitlin and Samuel’s amazing home in Marrakech (it’s as pretty as you’d think), you can view their Sneak Peek right here. xo, grace

More tile designs after the jump . . .

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