Retro Reimagined with Dazey LA x Haustile

Since seeing the tiles used in the Trixie Motel, we’ve been eagerly anticipating the release of a Dazey LA x Haustile collection. And today that wait is over! Queen of all things Maximal, and lover of bold, modern-retro motifs, Dani Dazey has carried through her incredible gift for vivacious design into five fabulous patterns, now available at Haustile. Subtly muted variations of Dazey’s popular apparel … Continue reading Retro Reimagined with Dazey LA x Haustile

New Terracotta’s New Looks

A stunning selection of sculptural tiles from Paulo Vale have added intrigue and joy to the stylish ranges of New Terracotta. Four statement designs highlight unique shapes and texture from some of nature’s finest flora and fauna. Daisy Cacti and Cactum’s speckled surfaces and curved forms are hand molded and entirely unique. Their basic colourway features a variety of green shades but several of New … Continue reading New Terracotta’s New Looks

Polish porcelain perfection

Wallpaper-effect tiles were the stand-out trend at Cersaie 2022. No one company caught the mood with greater visual impact that Tubadzin. This dynamic Polish producer delivered a simply stunning range of decorative 1,200 by 2,750mm ceramic panels.  These ranged from sumptuous stone effects, such as Aquamarine, Calcatta Green, and Pietra Blu; through powerful wood-effect designs, to the Japanese inspired Matsu, and one of my favourite … Continue reading Polish porcelain perfection

Venetian mahogany vibes

One of the outstanding new ranges at Cersaie 2022 was Canal Grande by Refin, a collection inspired by glamor of Venice and the city’s nautical culture. Canal Grande pays homage to majestic mahogany, the material traditionally used to build vaporetti: the famous Venetian water taxis. Refin’s design team, in collaboration with an historic shipyard in Venice, studied these nautical mahogany boards in great detail to … Continue reading Venetian mahogany vibes

Egyptian Inspired Tiles

It’s Egyptomania

Weird and wonderful tiles are the lifeblood of Tile Addict and everytime we come across a new wacky design we simply have to share it. Sometimes we bundle them together into our Curiosities series, and sometimes they get a post all to themselves, like today. Designed by French artist Louis Barthélemy for Balineum Tiles, Egyptomania is a collection of handpainted ceramic tiles created to present … Continue reading It’s Egyptomania

Immersive impressions

When a marketing-savvy company such as Cosentino announces a major product launch one month prior to Cersaie, Tile Addicts everywhere should pay close attention. In fact the Spanish solid surface experts launched two new collections – Kraftizen and Onirika – simultaneously at a virtual press event. This post looks at one of them, Onirika, an immersive collection by interior designer Nina Magon that taps into … Continue reading Immersive impressions

Tiled Table

Deliciously Retro

Tile designer Ayse Iyriboz has created a delectable range of ice cream shop-inspired tiles for Clay Imports. Reigniting memories and blending recollections of 1970s France and Izmir, Turkey, Iyriboz’s designs offer up retro glamour with a delicious side of romantic youth. La Patisserie features four motifs – the stylised Tulipe, the elegant Bonjour, and the adorable Pio Pio in Petit and Grande. A soft, warm … Continue reading Deliciously Retro

Powder Blue Tile

Shelter Island Chic

Lunada Bay Tile and American potter Jonathan Adler have collaborated in a collection inspired by his home in Long Island, New York. Shelter Island blends the Japanese tradition of hand-crafted ceramics with Adler’s unusual modern finesse to form a sequence of curves and lines elevated with texture and comforting matt glazes. The chosen colours are seven soft Scandi neutrals in shades of blue and grey. … Continue reading Shelter Island Chic

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Tiles made from microwaves

Waste-made tiles are always a delight, and these creations by Norwegian studio Snøhetta is no exception. These prototypes crafted in collaboration with Italian manufacturers Fornace Brioni and Belgian designers Studio Plastique have found a new potential home for materials rarey recycled. Microwave and oven glass and glass from electronic goods are widely regarded as unrecycleable due to their varied compositions, treatments, and finishes. But rather … Continue reading Tiles made from microwaves

ANT Botteganove New Town

Good news! An ANF Tile Collection!

He’s been on our radar as a master of colour with a rich imagination full of design delights. Though tiles have featured in his murals and thoroughout his vision for the future of town halls, there haven’t been any official Adam Nathaniel Furman tiles… until now. Continue reading Good news! An ANF Tile Collection!

Ensemble Assembles

Celebrating ten years of collaboration between Mutina and Studio Bouroullec is Ensemble. Refreshing company classics Pico and Rombini, introducing the new collections of Punto and Bloc, as well as a bringing Pico Bois which explores a new medium, Ensemble is a mish-mash with style. These diverse, but well matched, collections demonstrate the journey of Mutina, the versatility of ceramics, and the value in variety. The … Continue reading Ensemble Assembles

Iris Ceramica Blaze new tile collection gloss

Blend Textures with Blaze

Mixing media is an important trend for the year, and there are so many ways that companies are incorporating it into their collections. Iris Ceramica have released a wall tile collection that offer their own take on this theme. Taking the standard metro tile (a 100 by 300mm format) Blaze offers subtle natural textures contrasted with gloss with stylish results. Continue reading Blend Textures with Blaze

White Beauty by Fiandre

Sophisticated surfaces with Maximum impact

Fiandre has added new colours and finishes to the Maximum Marmi collection: Agata, Amazonite, White Beauty, Grey Beauty, Calacatta Bellissimo, Arabescato Orobico, and Rock Salt; while Roc de Bourgogne, and Solida are new colour ranges in the Stone Effects category. Continue reading Sophisticated surfaces with Maximum impact

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

Liquid collection Patternity Dekton Consentino 2020

Patternity Partnership

Strong believers in the power of pattern Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham founded the ‘conscious creative organisation’ Patternity in 2009 to promote, inspire, and develop ideas surrounding the positive benefits of pattern in society. Embracing pattern as it presents itself in nature and the everyday in order to reconnect with our environment is at the core of Patternity’s philosphy. Continue reading Patternity Partnership