Aparici Glass (200x200mm)

Ripples, Rustica, and Relief

Ten ranges of 200 by 200mm tiles by Aparici offer some delightful variety to this standard format. Whether it’s colour pop, patchwork, or prominent relief, this selection of collections has it covered. Glass has the rippled surface and appearance of thick glass bricks, offering the illusion of light filtration without the transparency. Aged, Cool, and Trend have a focus on textured patterns, each embracing delicate … Continue reading Ripples, Rustica, and Relief

Transformative Totomoxtle

It is always exciting to learn about new surface materials, and it’s even better when a new product produces a real opportunity to protect or revitalise a community. Totomoxtle is doing just this. In Mexico a sustainable model of corn production once reined supreme – families would harvest the seeds from each year’s crop to be planted in the next season, creating a circular system … Continue reading Transformative Totomoxtle

Kaza concrete terrazzo designs

Transforming Terrazzo

A whole new range of precast terrazzo tiles has come to Kaza Concrete. Employing a curious variety of shapes and formats, this collection gives a new lease of life to this centuries old building material. The modular pieces have been designed to give freedom and a wide choice of layout possibilities. Some standard shapes, such as triangles and hexagons feature, although it is those with … Continue reading Transforming Terrazzo

Trusty Tube Tiles

Adding to Balineum‘s family of Hanley tiles are these decorative delights. Using the old-school technique of tube lining, a raft of designs with raised piping detail have been crafted to match the Hanley tile shapes and glazes, whilst adding something a little special.   Their portfolio of patterns demonstrates what can be created with their range of 30 glaze colours and an eye for decor. … Continue reading Trusty Tube Tiles

Artesia natural slate hexagonal tiles

Artesia Slate

There is something comforting about this slate range from Artesia. Origami 2’s array of cool toned greys and blues have an unusual warmth emanating from the richness of the shades. The hexagonal tiles are available in three sizes (400 by 400mm, 600 by 600mm, and 300 by 600mm) and vary in tone and texture. Some classic, dark slate, some dappled and pale grey, and some … Continue reading Artesia Slate

Gigacer translucent textured decor tile collection

Avantime Addition

A masterful selection of colour takes over in Gigacer‘s Avantime collection. Beginning with Tonal, two distinct colour scales offer neutral tones that are both warm and cool. Rich and textured variants of these shades are shown throughout Blanc, Ivory, Braun, and Gris. The vibrant reds and greens added an enticing decorative element, but now Gigacer have added a whole new range of decors to delight … Continue reading Avantime Addition

Leaf Motif

New and unique forms of tiling is always provide a source of pleasure, and one that is so simplistic in its idea even more so. “William More or Less” from MacMillan Amies Studio is a concept so effective that incorporating even the smallest amount of pieces can be entirely transformative. Inspired by the textile designs of William Morris, these tiles are more than just mosaics. … Continue reading Leaf Motif

Watermarks we want

We recently took a look at an awesome selection of ranges from Clé in at attempt to demonstrate how magnificently varied, and tasteful their collections are. However, there was one range in particular that was deliberately left out of the list in order for it to have an article of its own. Designed by none other than Clé founder herself, Deborah Osburn, “Watermark” has an … Continue reading Watermarks we want

Magnified Momo

Large format slabs have been proving increasingly popular, offering an expansive and seamless look, most commonly in marble and stone-effects. Multiple companies have taken this trend a step further, providing designs that take us even closer to the veigning and intricasies of the imitated stone. For example, Bloom from Del Conca, which packs a punch with its magnified marble, making onlookers feel comparatively small. This … Continue reading Magnified Momo

Glorious G.Vega

Established in Marbella in 1998, G. Vega Ceramica has been making beautiful things for two decades.  Their speciality is bespoke design, with three international designers (Spanish, Swiss, and Scottish) comprising the creative team. They hand-craft and hand-paint each tile in their Marbella workshop, offering personalised designs of the highest quality from their skillful and labour intensive process. Their products range from circular murals, to ceramic … Continue reading Glorious G.Vega

Raku Range

This lovely, simple little wall tile range from Claybrook sparks joy. Raku, named after the distinctive Japanese glazing technique it models itself on, demonstrates the bubbled, cracked surface of the process in its range of eight colours. The beautiful colours range from sky blues and turqouises to the new peach and blush tones of Chiba and Sendai which are fresh additions to the collection. Their … Continue reading Raku Range

Cork tiles from Havwoods

Cracking Cork

Flooring company Havwoods specialise in wood of all kinda with products suitable for floors, cladding, and joinery. But their use of the outer bark of the cork tree is something for the Tile Addict. By laying the cork in a variety of ways, a range of styles can be achieved out of the material. There are three 3D designs on offer with various shapes and … Continue reading Cracking Cork