Amongst the many magnificent Cevisama stands that brought the best of tile and design, there was one where almost everything on display made it to my camera reel – Nanda Tiles. Colourful, playful, and rich with joyful motifs, the Nanda Tiles stand was an absolute delight.
The first collection that called to us from across the exhibition floor was Giardino. Fabulous florals in soft pastel pinks and greens decorate a range of 140 by 160mm hexagonal tiles with four flowery designs (Agnes, Ava, Alyssa, and Gardenia), two geometric patterns (Zosia and Thalia), and three plain colours (Bóboli White, Olmi Mint, and Siena Negro).
The fantastic florals continue with Nanda’s Flora collection. Delicate, lacy designs in blue and white and greys (Elspeth, Cicely, Camelia, Liliana, Merinda, and Evi), and three plain neutrals (Amena White, Indigo Nava, and Alana Taupe) decorate the 150 by 150mm collection.
Gentle pastels, stylish relief, and a handmade look characterise Nanda’s Melody range. Four colours (Easton White, Lyric Blue, Mint Grey, and Eme Ash) and six decors (Leilani, Violeta, Anna, París, Namoi a, and Namoi b) make up the dreamily diverse 130 by 130mm collection.
Finally from Nanda Tiles we have the 115 by 115mm Marlow collection. Five plain textured tiles (White Whale, True Turquoise, Blue Bayou, Black Oasis, and the trending tone Seafoam Green) are complemented with a wonderful range of seven decors (Rialta, Zoe, Tansy, Elvissa, Talamanca, Carolina, and my personal favourite – Adelina).
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, March 2023.