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, Ogee Drops are 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 below:
1. Straight Set:
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.
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:
2. Fish Scales:
Turning our Ogee Drop upside down also creates a dynamic, layered affect that many compare to fish scales.
From single color to a tri-color blend (like the kitchen below), this pattern works its magic in a playful, yet classic way.
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:
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.
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