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Angela Adams Tile at Ann Sacks


Of course, we all know and love Angela Adams for her magnificant rugs, stationery, handbags, homewares… But did you know she offers two collections of jaw-dropping tile, Forms and the second, Graphics, through Ann Sacks. I love her geometric, organic patterns… Seeing them on tile is completely awe-inspiring. Makes me want to tile my entire kitchen and bath with them someday…

Graphics (above) is a collection of fresh decorative tiles available in many colors, sizes, and finishes.

Forms (below) are pressed in earthenware tile to create a subtle relief with soft imperfect lines – they’re so tactile, I just want to run my hands over these luscious beauties.

Bio: Angela Adams’ designs reflect an aura of timelessness, simplicity, and balance. A native of Maine, Adams began at an early age to assemble a library of her sketches capturing the remote and harsh natural beauty of life off the coast of Maine. These renderings, based in her experiences, were thoughtfully transitioned from paper into a versatile mix of textiles, rugs, hand bags, belts, and home accessories.

Tip: If you don’t own a home, wouldn’t it be pretty to mount some of your favorite tiles in individual wood frames and display them on your wall? Or, add felt ‘feet’ and use one as a trivet or to place a candle.


(images from ann sacks)

Posted by decor8 in uncategorized on June 15, 2006

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  1. Elaine commented
    June 15th, 2006 at 12:59pm

    Oh wow. Now this would be a good reason to own something, to put these tiles up in your home. I love these, especially the curvy argyle one–the green square with the curvy blue lines.

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