Shape Spotlight: Ogee Drop
With its elegantly fanned silhouette, Ogee Drops can be installed in three different ways for equally captivating patterns. A classic tile shape, the Ogee Drop is most definitely a customer favorite because of their ability to add interest to any space they adorn. We're sharing some of our favorite Ogee Drop projects and the three ways to install on today's blog. Want to see them all, click here!
Taking cues from exotic Moroccan architecture, Ogee Drops in a Straight Set pattern is a fresh and modern twist on ancient designs. This arrangement creates a whimsical scalloped pattern for a playful layered fan effect.
Our Ogee Drop really gained some fame when Emily Henderson chose this shape in Crater Lake for her masterbath.
Tile Shown: Ogee Drops in Crater Lake
A tub surround adorned with Ogee Drop Tile in Moonstone is sure to give anyone's morning routine a welcome uplift:
This pattern also lends itself to blends:
A little goes a long way with this beloved shape:
Let's take a closer look...
By the way, we love this shape and pattern in warm tones too.
This shape was also featured more than once in the Coastal Living 2016 Showhouse. We love how the designer chose to feature it in a warm tone in one of the bathrooms:
Tile Shown: Ogee Drops in Tangerine
This shape and pattern can also go to work in commercial settings, like this San Francisco restaurant:
Turning our Ogee Drop upside down into a teardrop pattern also creates a dynamic, layered affect that many compare to fish scales.
From single color to a blend (like the kitchen below), this pattern works its magic in a playful, yet classic way.
This expansive Tokyo kitchen serves up a fresh take on Japanese wave patterns with an Ogee Drop Tile backsplash in Sea Foam:
While this kid's bathroom is plenty playful thanks to the Ogee Drop shower tile, interior designer Jillian Harris added timeless details like a white Frost glaze and brushed gold fixtures to make it oh-so-grown up.
Full of fresh cottage charm, this bathroom gets a playful twist with scale-inspired shower tile in Powder Blue.
A Moroccan arrangement effortlessly interlocks to create a captivating ripple effect across any floor or wall application.
Tile Shown: Ogee Drops in White Wash.
If you want to highlight this intricate pattern, choose a contrasting grout color, as they have done in the modern kitchen below:
If you love the movement of the Moroccan pattern, take it up a notch with a higher variation glaze like Sea Foam:
The Coastal Living Showhouse also featured Ogee Drops as floor tile set in a Moroccan pattern in one of the bathrooms.
Tile Shown: Ogee Drops in Sea Green
Want a bold floor tile? Opt for a blend of colors in our Ogee Drops in this rippling pattern:
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