Project Spotlight: Outdoor Kitchen

Tucked away on the shore of the Shrewsbury River in Little Silver, Amanda Haytaian of House of Cline Design created an attractive and functional outdoor kitchen, perfect for entertaining. Creating the overall design by staying true to the style of the home, a white Federalist Colonial with Black shutters, she found the perfecting pairing at Nemo Tile’s Red Bank, NJ showroom with our Aster Collection!

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Nemo Tile’s Aster is a collection of Encaustic and Moroccan-inspired porcelain tiles is available in three colorways, Classic, Black and White, and Colors. Each colorway also includes five individual patterns, as well as nine mixed patterns for endless design possibilities!

nemo tile, pattern tile, outdoor kitchen

nemo tile, pattern tile, outdoor kitchen

The black and white pattern used for the kitchen’s backsplash and accent wall provide a bold contrast and gorgeous visual focal point. Paired with red bar stools for a pop of contrast and market place lights, this outdoor kitchen has enough energy for many summer days and nights of entertaining!

nemo tile, pattern tile, outdoor kitchen

nemo tile, pattern tile, outdoor kitchen

Amanda Haytaian started House of Cline Design in 2004 after designing and general contracting her own home. Specializing in fine custom cabinetry design, Amanda’s projects include kitchens, bathrooms, bars, studies, luxurious master closets, entertainment cabinets, and more! Take a look at some of her other projects here!

 

Nemo Products Used

Backsplash and Accent Wall: Aster Collection in Black & White 04

Project Spotlight: Gold Roast Cafe

Opened in 2017, Gold Roast Cafe in Hoboken, New Jersey is an Australian cafe serving up specialty Aussie coffee, fresh foods and desserts. When it came to designing their space, they wanted to keep the open and industrial feel of a classic Australian coffee shop.

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After visiting our Flat Iron showroom, Nemo’s Opus Cliff in 16×32 format was chosen for the floor of Gold Roast. The oversized porcelain tiles capture the perfect industrial feel. The gaze variation of Opus adds more interest than a uniform tile and is great for high traffic zones like a busy cafe.

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The Opus is installed in a running bond pattern throughout the space which creates great movement and directs customers to the most important part of any cafe: the barista station!

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gold-roast-cafe-nemo-tile

 

Be sure to stop by Gold Roast Cafe and relax with a Flat White (traditional in Australia) and one of their amazing Australian-inspired dishes like their Brekky Sandwich or Aussie Meat Pie!

 

Nemo Products Used

Floor: Opus Cliff in 16×32

Project Spotlight: Modern Design with a Classic Twist

Starting with a clean yet classic design, Hoboken based J Patryce & Company Design mixed Nemo Tile’s honed Carrara and Thassos marble for a timeless look in this stunning waterfront home in Weehawken, New Jersey.

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For the main floor, Nemo Tile’s honed Carrara in Fosso Large Herringbone was used. Coordinating trim pieces, including the Fosso Base Trim, were used to create the look of a tile rug by bordering the mosaic. On the walls, 12×24 Thasos Directo was used in a running bond pattern, balancing the mosaic patterns on the floor and focal points.

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With plenty of space to work with, a freestanding soaking tub was added alongside the large built in shower to make this a truly luxurious space. Framed behind the freestanding tub is the mini version Nemo Tile’s honed Carrara in Fosso Herringbone which created a beautiful focal point.

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For the built in shower, Nemo Tile’s honed Carrara mosaic in Fosso Small Herringbone compliments the larger herringbone mosaic outside the shower. Another beautiful focal point is created on the shower wall by framing the small herringbone mosaic behind the sleek fixtures and in the shower niche.

The use of materials and the layouts, marble and classic patterns, spoke to tradition yet the built-in millwork and modern features including multiple shower heads and heated elements spoke to the client’s request for hotel-like luxury.

Principal interior designer of J. Patryce Design, Joan Enger’s style could best be described as “classic modern”, blending clean lines with traditional twists. She believes that a well-executed interior includes an interesting mix of materials, finishes and textures. The firm’s direction points anywhere from transitional to modern, but despite the specific style that is requested, each space that they touch feels unique, layered and timeless.

 

 

Nemo Tile Product Used

Bathroom Floor – Fosso Large Herringbone Mosaic, Fosso Base Trim

Wall Tile – Thassos – Directo 12″ x 24″

Shower Floor, Tub & Shower Wall Pannels – Fosso Small Herringbone Mosaic

 

Designer

J Patryce & Company Design

 

Photographer

Christian Harder