Urban Archaeology is a great resource for reproductions of period lighting, plumbing products, hardware, and more. But it’s not the first place people think of for decorative tile. I love the Eastern Daisy pattern (shown above), inspired by the tapestry patterns of William Morris. It’s the kind of pattern that would look great in an Arts and Crafts–style home, amidst a décor reflective of its time, or it would work in a more modern setting, adding a little graphic naturalistic flair. Available in a 6-by-8-inch tile; $264 per square foot.

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Urban Archaeology is a great resource for reproductions of period lighting, plumbing products, hardware, and more. But it’s not the first place people think of for decorative tile. I love the Eastern Daisy pattern (shown above), inspired by the tapestry patterns of William Morris. It’s the kind of pattern that would look great in an Arts and Crafts–style home, amidst a décor reflective of its time, or it would work in a more modern setting, adding a little graphic naturalistic flair. Available in a 6-by-8-inch tile; $264 per square foot.

 

Urban Archaeology is a great resource for reproductions of period lighting, plumbing products, hardware, and more. But it’s not the first place people think of for decorative tile. I love the Eastern Daisy pattern (shown above), inspired by the tapestry patterns of William Morris. It’s the kind of pattern that would look great in an Arts and Crafts–style home, amidst a décor reflective of its time, or it would work in a more modern setting, adding a little graphic naturalistic flair. Available in a 6-by-8-inch tile; $264 per square foot.

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