Inspired by 19th century cement tiles, Harmony‘s Varadero is a geometric delight. Taking a few hints from traditional Cuban designs (and taking its name from a Cuban town), the simple repetitive motif is light, delicate, and decorative.
In a 198 by 228mm hexagon, Varadero finds variety in its five colourways. Moonlight’s off-white offers sophistication with it’s subtlety. Grey makes a point of neutrality whilst Rose provides a soft pink statement. Azure’s dramatic blue contrast highlights the pattern, whereas Mint gracefully balances between country and modern.
This carefully considered collection is made to match expertly with Harmony’s 75 by 300mm Poitiers tiles. These textured, elongated subway tiles offer an extra, characterful layer with which to enjoy Varadero.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, September 2021.