Tiles of Ezra: Texture on the Wallshttps://laurenscruggskennedy.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/0-1-1-683x1024.jpeg 683 1024 Lauren Kennedy Lauren Kennedy https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/958a68791827c8d3021ed31ddee74e96?s=96&d=mm&r=g
We’ve been so grateful to be able to take extra time in creating our home. Though it’s taken longer than expected, the process of getting to put care and intention into every area has been so special. As it’s finally coming together, I wanted to take time on the blog to share this exciting project. So many of you have been asking for before and after pictures – coming soon, I promise! In the meantime, over the next few weeks, I wanted to feature a few areas of my home and brands that I have come to love so much, in a series we’re launching on the blog: Making A Home.
One of my most grateful finds has been Tiles of Ezra because their sustainable and handmade tiles completely inspire me. In the aim to make our home-renovation free of toxicity, discovering this company that cares just as much about a healthy homemade my heart explode! In the process of creating a new home, Georgia Ezra was at the top of my list to gather imagination and inspiration.
I am such a person of minimalism, and I remember fearing that tiling the entire wall in the powder bath would create too much materiality in that space. I was DM-ing Georgia (praise hands to small businesses!), and she was the one who showed me how amazing it would be – And she was right!! Now it might be my most favorite room in the house, and the bonus of all bonuses, the tiles make me feel like we brought nature in. It makes it extra peaceful, serene, and meaningful! It is such a gift when a company aligns so well with organic and non-toxic lifestyle values, and Georgia is now such a sweet friend, and that is the biggest blessing of it all!
Hope you’re enjoying tagging along with my house updates – More to come as we’re launching our Making A Home series here on the blog. What are some design risks you have taken that turned out to be the best decision?