Beach Inspired-Tile

Our little place in the sun at Nanny Estates will be undergoing a bit of a makeover the next few months. A fresh coat of paint over the entire interior, white washing of the stairs and ceiling beams, and some new tile for the roof shower, powder room, and kitchen island in colours that are beach house worthy.
Thanks to the previous owners, we already have a beautiful terracotta coloured tile on the main floor, with a stack of extra that we’re hoping will be enough to do the second floor.

I have been looking online at a fast and furious pace getting ideas so the “little gnomes” in the Dominican (the people that magically make it happen while we’re away) can start work. Of course while looking at all the beautiful possibilities- I am starting to get out of hand and want AMAZING tiles in OUTLANDISH patterns. Wow. The amount of wonderful products out there ….. *sigh*
Yes, I want it all πŸ˜›

Have a look and tell me, would YOU be able to easily decide?


Varigated Aqua




Scalloped tile

abstract colour
Art Mosaics of the Carolina’s

Celia Gregory

swimming mermaid
Custom Made

graceful mermaid
Art Mosaics of the Carolina’s

Maryland Mosaics


Wet Dog Tile Co.

Sun Mosaic

And finally this one which would be fun to do–if we only had our own personal pool!
Can you imagine swimming with the sharks πŸ™‚

That was just a sampling of what I’ve been oggling…….trust me, I’m outta’ control πŸ˜‰

About The Inspired Nester

Travel gives me inspiration, yet home needs to be a sanctuary. Live in what you love β™₯
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