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Enter to Win $1,000 in Designer Tile — and a Free Professional Consultation

published Apr 19, 2022
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The one thing that can bring personal style and timeless elegance to every home? Tile. From small backsplashes and trim, to floors and walls, any amount of tile goes a long way to helping your space express your design tastes. Ready for your upgrade?

Enter for a chance to win $1,000 worth of tile from Bedrosians® Stone & Tile — the experts in high quality, luxe tiling since 1948 — PLUS a one-hour consultation with one of their styling pros.

How to Enter

Enter to win $1,000 of Stone Mosaic Bedrosians tile and a one-hour professional tile consultation by filling out the form below. No purchase is necessary to enter. The giveaway begins at 10:15 a.m. eastern time (“ET”) on April 19, 2022 and will end at 11:59 p.m. ET on May 31, 2022. One winner will be chosen at random. We love your comments, but you must use the official form below to enter. Good luck!

In particular, Bedrosians’ stone mosaic collection is a fabulous place to find stunning patterns and top-of-the-line materials that make for impactful designs. Whether you prefer traditionally buttoned-up or want to go glamorously unbuttoned, you’ll find the tile of your dreams.

To show how these natural materials bring new life to a space, we challenged two design experts to tile the rooms of their dreams. See how they used similar materials to express their own styles, then get inspired to start thinking of your bathroom or kitchen refresh!

A Retro Eclectic Color Scheme

Audrey Sprinkle loves to use bold colors to make a statement, and her style leans into all things vintage and eclectic. That’s clear in her black and white flooring choices for her retro-inspired kitchen. Her combo of Monet nero marquina and white carrara is a smart update to a classic chef’s kitchen look, finished with oriental white squares for a handsome backsplash.

“I was immediately drawn to the Monet tile because its shape and color reminded me of a Swiss Cross, which I love for its simplicity and boldness,” Audrey says. “This led me down the retro esthetic path because I think a lot of the design elements of the ’40s and ’50s are simple and yet bold.”

To complete her look, Audrey chose green cabinets with bronze hardware to pair with black wall sconces. “I tried to pull the tile throughout the space by mirroring that pattern in the cabinet knobs,” she says, “as well as using the secondary tile color in the backsplash and a bold black wall sconce for above the sink to pull the eye up.” Her vintage fridge looks like it came right out of 1955, while a handwoven rug keeps the space grounded in the present.

A Modern Minimalist Palette

Meg Leonard is a designer who uses her love of high-end materials and affordable finds to help her clients create attainable, happy homes. Her vision took the form of a dreamy bathroom, with a floor tiled in white carrara and bardiglio Celeste marble blend. To give the walls a clean and tasteful look, Meg chose a slender Monet tile in oriental white.

“Each colorway is stunning in this design, making it flexible to any space or style,” Meg says. “They can stand out as the hero in the space with a bright paint choice, or be a beautiful feature in a neutral bathroom.”

She accentuates the Celeste’s geometric patterns with a classically-minded scalloped mirror and porcelain tray, both in gold finish. The wicker wrapped vase and hamper, as well as wooden step stool, continue the theme of natural materials, and a rosy hand towel completes the serene space.

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Nothing else wows quite like tile. And whether you like going bold and splashy, or want to add a classic touch, Bedrosians has the tiles to fit your personal style. Their other stone and mosaic lines, like the eye-catching Atrium, colorful Modni, or simplified Art Deco Matisse, are all worth checking out.

Bedrosians wants to help you realize your own tile dreams. Enter above for a chance to win $1,000 worth of tile and one-on-one styling guidance from a professional.