All photos in this post by Coco of Cococozy
A breakfast nook in a kitchen features a brown and white Bisazza mosaic tile wall in a chain link pattern. A vintage inspired round glass chandelier hangs over a wood round table and four white Series 7 Fritz Hansen dining chairs. (above)
Was on the AIA Spring home tour a few weeks ago and came across this amazing dining area in a Los Angeles house.
This home’s casual dining room or breakfast nook features a vintage inspired round glass chandelier, modern furniture (simple dining table and chairs), and an over-the-top very chic, very posh tile wall. The wall sets the stage for this open eating area. The mosaic is a simple link pattern that is reminiscent of Moorish or Moroccan design. The tiles are Italian made and designed.
Love the fact that the wall is a form of art and gives the otherwise simple room an elegant infusion of texture and design.
Love this. Clearly an interior designer’s fab decorating touch. Wouldn’t mind sharing a meal in this space!
Bisazza- Liasons Marrone Mosaic Tile – $1,163.47 for box of 8.934 square feet (Tesserae of white gold mosaic are interlaced in this decoration of brown and white, designed by Carlo Dal Bianco. Comes in white, grey and blue colors) (above)