Yesterday, we visited the Ann Sacks showroom to pick up a tile sample for a school project. While at the showroom, the sales associate informed us of the Ann Sacks basics tile collection all priced under $12 per square foot. We were very surprised to hear that Ann Sacks, the premier tile company, had reasonably priced tile for the everyday consumer.
Discovering that Ann Sacks carried tile under $12 square foot got us thinking of what other tile resources were available for inexpensive tile. Tile is one of our favorite materials and is unbelievably versatile. Our current favorite type of tile is the mosaic tile, but honestly it is hard to choose between all the different types. We want to share some of our tile findings for inspiration to tackle the bathroom or kitchen tile project.
- Inspiration Image: Trend Collection: Ann Sacks, starting at $5.80/square foot
- Savoy Collection: Penny and Brick Palette, Deep Blue: Ann Sacks, starting at $8.49/square foot
- Otago White: Polished Marble Mosaic Tiles: Natural Stone Outlet, $11/square foot
- Savoy Collection: Stacked Mosaic and 3 7/8" x 7 3/4" Field in Bronze: Ann Sacks, starting at $8.49/square foot
- Trend Collection: Brillante in 221: Ann Sacks, starting at $5.80/square foot
- Avalon II: 2" x 19 1/2" Field in Black and White: Ann Sacks, starting at $7.95/square foot
- Solistone Standing Pebbles Grotto: Everyfloor.com, $7.04 each (4" L x 12" W)
- Lucian: 3" x 6" Field in Azure Matte and 1" x 2" Offset Mosaic in Oxygen Gloss: Ann Sacks, starting at $11.24/square foot
- Lucian: 1" x 1" Straight in Azure Gloss: Ann Sacks, starting at $11.24/square foot
- Savory: 3/4" Hexagon in Black Gloss: Ann Sacks, starting at $8.49/square foot
- Frosted Tribeca: Glass Tile Blend: The Glass Mosaic Outlet, $11/square foot
- Savoy: Stacked Brick Mosaic in Bronze: Ann Sacks, starting at $8.49/square foot
- Savoy: Offset Brick Mosaic in Mint: Ann Sacks, starting at $8.49/square foot
Note: If you live near the Los Angeles Ann Sacks showroom (8935 Beverly Boulevard), ask for sales associate Adam Haikara. Sometimes Ann Sacks can seem a bit intimidating, but Adam is very friendly and helpful.