I have always loved Arts & Crafts era tiles, especially those glossy majolica looking ones, with leaves and frogs and pine cones, coated in gorgeous, glossy glazes. Not exactly an easy find on the alley shopping circuit, and reproductions exist, but they're too spendy for a powder room that will probably be replaced with a 3/4 bath in a few years. They're not that hard to mimic, though...just time-consuming.
|Before painting, you want to rub down the edges of the square, and the lip around the stamp. This is easier when the compound is just dry.|