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Tiles in Selke's playful Tweet pattern enhance a bathroom.

Selke's art glass tiles measure 24-by-30 inches, including Tweet.

The art glass tile motif Watercolor Trees.

The art glass motif Roses Glass.

Tulip, a 12-by-12-inch mosaic, is made of stone and porcelain.

Designer Annie Selke.

Tactile Approach

Textiles translate to tile surfaces in Annie Selke’s latest collection for The Tile Shop

Home-design guru Annie Selke creates linens, rugs and wallpaper that put a fresh spin on classic décor. Her brands, Pine Cone Hill and Dash & Albert, sell worldwide and a popular book, Fresh American Spaces, lends its name to a blog offering lifestyle tips.

Now, Massachusetts-based Selke is expanding her portfolio once again, collaborating with The Tile Shop to launch a 225-tile collection. “I believe tile is a natural extension for our brand,” she says. “Adapting our favorite palettes and patterns has been a fun and creative challenge.”

Every piece in the Annie Selke for The Tile Shop line mimics the look and feel of textiles, with designs largely based on Selke’s signature motifs. Soft crackle glazes adorn ceramic tiles while large-format art-glass tiles reproduce her ikats, prints and patterns, and porcelain tiles mimic Dash & Albert rugs. The collection is now available in The Tile Shop showrooms and online. tileshop.com/annieselke

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