Carreaux ciment de Céleste Mogador

Luxury French jewellery company, and purveyor of fine things Céleste Mogador have added one of the finest things of all to their collections – tiles. Their range of nine patterns in a variety of bold hues and delightful designs are currently, unfortunately, sold out, but we can still admire them from afar. Continue reading Carreaux ciment de Céleste Mogador

Ceramic Crop Circles

A company nestled in California’s endless farmlands continues a family tradition that has been alive since the 1920s. Founded in 1986 by Paul Burns, the ever fascinating and necessary material – clay – offers surprise and inspiration for Fireclay Tile. With a commitment to the implementation of sustainable manufacturing practices, using recycled materials, and employee welfare, Fireclay Tile is a company full of soul. Continue reading Ceramic Crop Circles

Codicer mix and match hexagonal tiles in green from Origin Range

Codicer Collections

Codicer is usually a favourite stand of ours at major tiling shows, so much so that we have, on occasion, dedicated entire articles to singing its praises. Seeing as there are no shows to head to we’ve taken to exploring its site instead, picking out ranges that we may have missed in our previous coverings of the company. Continue reading Codicer Collections

All in One

Creating collections that enable some level of customisation is becoming something of a necessity for today’s interior design. Variations in shape, size, and colour that can be combined in a large range of layouts ensure a level of harmony in spaces. Gigacer‘s Concept 1 enables this level of continuity, providing surface options for all kinds of needs: for both indoor and outdoor applications, as well … Continue reading All in One

cursive crossville tile collection

Crossville’s Cursive

This customisable collection from Crossville creates captivating compositions with contemporary colours and coordinated choices. Cursive utlises a select variety of shapes and colours, with design freedom for consumers that, as Crossville’s Lindsey Waldrep states, enables “designers to create spaces as unique as their personal handwriting.” Continue reading Crossville’s Cursive