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A Collaboration Made In Heaven
Alongside Wilsonart and Jeffrey Court Tile, Kingston has collaborated with Studio bstyle to demonstrate the beauty and cohesion between these manufacturers. Let’s take a look at the beautiful displays below:
The Wilsonart tub surround blends natural elements with the marble flair and the current gray and black colors. Wilsonart’s solid surface designs are made to inspire serenity and add rejuvenation in one of the most important rooms in the house. Their solid surfaces are easy to maintain with long-lasting durability.
The minimalist mosaic of the Jeffrey Court backsplash goes elegantly with the Wilsonart solid surface in matching colors. The solid black lines, known as Nero Marquina, draw the eyes vertically and horizontally throughout the bathroom while the Kingston drop in tub remains the constant focal point.
To fully complete the décor and ambiance of the bathroom, the modern tub filler combines all of the elements from Wilsonart and Jeffrey Court. The sleek design of the tub filler complements the Jeffrey Court backsplash as if ever perpendicular lines meet at the perfect 90 degree angles and all parallel lines pleasantly align with the each other. The tub filler finish also complements Wilsonart’s solid surface by bringing in a calming and soothing effect. Additionally, the matte black towel rack (BAH82130MB) gives it that extra oomph.
The backsplash of this mosaic is inspired by the Avant-Garde movement of Cubism. Jeffrey Court calls it their “Chapter 7” collection. Its inspiration comes from the geometric shapes and high-contrast from the works of Pablo Picasso. With this design, the multiple angles, geometric shapes, and different perceptions of depth work incredibly well with the unique take on the conventional alcove bathtub. The plants’ contrasting green colors give a pop of brightness and the Kingston tub filler brings in traditional homage and wraps it all up in this traditionally infused contemporary bathroom.
The incredible beauty of the blueish and gray field tile on the wall from Jeffrey Court plays a bigger role in the design of this bathroom than one would assume. The colors of the backsplash bring out the shine of the brass details from the bathroom mirror, through Kingston’s brass towel ring (BAH8212478SB), widespread faucet , down to the brushed brass legs of the console vanity. The mosaic tile flooring gives an added touch of texture and depth so that the bathroom doesn’t seem bland or boring.
The Jeffrey Court backsplash, known as the Perpendicular Mosaic in Cobalt, also from the Cubism-inspired Chapter 7 collection, brings this kitchen to life with its depth, texture, and inviting cobalt blue. The geometrical shapes of the mosaic play nicely with the cabinets’ geometric front and medium grey in contrast to the bright white of the farmhouse sink and Wilsonart countertops. The Wilsonart solid surface shines with a bright white that evokes the pristine cleanliness of the kitchen. The solid surface also gives way to a seamless transition to Kingston’s farmhouse sink with its fluted front detail. The centerset bridge kitchen faucet with sprayer in oil-rubbed bronze ties the look together by unifying the modern design with a subtle statement.