Retro Bauhome

A selection of 70s shapes and shades makes up the wonderful Bauhome range from Equipe. In two colourways a distinction is offered between cooler and warmer tones though there is richness in each. Burnt orange (Terrakota), olive green (GrΓΌn), and black dominate the warm decors whilst dusty pink (Rose), grey (Grau), and white (Weiss) make up the cold. A light green (Minze) and dark teal … Continue reading Retro Bauhome

Beehive Bricks

A new modular brick from Konstantin Grcic for Mutina offers countless opportunities for creative design. Inspired by natural honeycomb, Hives pairs two hexagons to form a shaped brick with laying schemes to celebrate each aspect of its 3D structure. Each brick is made from extruded terracotta, allowing for subtle variation and unique outcomes, as well as making use of the materials thermal and acoustic properties. … Continue reading Beehive Bricks

Maria Starling Designs

Norfolk-based mosaic artist Maria Starling turned her attention to Moroccan cement tile some years ago, and has been designing delightful patterns ever since. Collaborating with skilled artisans, Starling brings her visions to life with a range of beautiful, handmade cement, porcelain, and ceramic tiles. Each piece and pattern is specifically designed in-house, making them unique to Maria Starling Designs. Joyful blues, delicate pastels, and monochrome … Continue reading Maria Starling Designs

Five Incredible Alternative Glazes

Enjoy ceramics with a huge range of curious features and finishes with this selection of five unique, alternative glazes from around the world. 1) Metal waste The brainchild of designer Agne Kucerenkaite, the project Ignorance is Bliss only uses pigment from waste metals to colour their ceramic tiles. Due to the composition of each metal sludge mixture, every tile is unique with delightfully decorative specks … Continue reading Five Incredible Alternative Glazes

Studio Mixtura

Founded in 2015 by Daria Biryukova, Studio Mixtura works with industries and organizations to create and design functional and benficial solutions to waste produced in manufacturing. With deep research into materials and processes for recycling, Biryukova is working to minimise pollution and maximise the life of items created, used, and wasted during production. Luckily for us, many of these recycled materials have found a new … Continue reading Studio Mixtura

Cyberspace Curiosities

We’ve not been able to get our tile show tile fix for almost two years, meaning we’ve not had the opportunity to write up some of our most beloved posts – our collections of curiosities. But we miss them so we’ve decided to search the internet instead for this, our very own Cyberspace Curiosities. 1) Cracked Earth Designed by Hugo Bugg for Kaza Concrete, Cracked … Continue reading Cyberspace Curiosities

Bits of Bolonia

Imitating a charming selection of handmade tiles Mainzu‘s Bolonia collection is one worth sharing. Four base colours (Blanco, Blue, Ocre, and Cotto) each present a rough and ready exterior, with shade variation and scuff marks adding to their faux-aged appeal. Four decors are offered alongside these base colours, each of which is entirely distinct and holding their own decorative merits. Solferino’s mini floral still life … Continue reading Bits of Bolonia

Carlin x The New Craftsmen

Founded in 2012, The New Craftsmen has been sharing the work of artisans from the British Isles for the past 10 years. Unique glassworks, furniture pieces, textiles, and ceramics all feature, along with some fabulous pieces from ceramicist and illustrator Laura Carlin. Carlin’s artistic, handpainted tiles are decorated with stylised animals, Roman bath scenes, playing cards, and various depictions of London life. The London life … Continue reading Carlin x The New Craftsmen

Dulux Colour of the Year 2022

Our next 2022 Colour of the Year comes from Dulux who have previously selected the delightful neutral Brave Ground for 2021, and Tranquil Dawn for 2020 (a shade surprisingly similar to Benjamin Moore’s October Mist). But for 2022 the experts at Dulux have selected Bright Skies -an airy blue that works with everything. Demonstrating the global desire for a fresh start, Bright Skies evokes the … Continue reading Dulux Colour of the Year 2022

Trend inspo: Pink Bathrooms II

6. Baby Pink & Blue A block of baby pink contrasted with an adorable shade of blue gives off cartoonish Wes Anderson vibes. The sweet shade is as pink as it gets, creating the perfect bubblegum bathroom. Used below is Piglet from DTile (The Netherlands) – though the pigment of the original tiles has been emphasised – with SUCC_002 from Tajimi Custom Tiles (Japan) and … Continue reading Trend inspo: Pink Bathrooms II

Trend inspo: Pink Bathrooms

After saying we think pink will be big we thought we’d back it up by sharing the many fabulous bathrooms that have convinced us pink is the future! 1. Pink Nooks Textured elongated metro tiles in a dusty pale pink decorate each delightful nook of this bathrooms. With details in gold and a bold monstera leaf feature the result doesn’t go overboard with pink, but … Continue reading Trend inspo: Pink Bathrooms

FuoriFormato Females

Target Ceramics‘ large format FuoriFormato collections offer design concepts like no other. Its catalogue of creative surface solutions covers a wonderfully wide breadth of inspirations, finishes, and attitudes with advanced digital production processes forming detailed artworks and striking designs. Many of the collection names celebrate and take inspiration from iconic films and female figures such as Bridget Jones, Mary Poppins, and Mulan with designs featuring … Continue reading FuoriFormato Females

Tile Addicts predict 2022 bathroom trends

After a few weeks of trends we thought it would be fun to do a little trend-predicting of our own. Being of the best places to tile, we’ve selected bathrooms as our space of choice. Let’s see if you agree with what we’ve come up with! 1. Showers as statements We definitely agree with the experts here. Showers are getting a facelift in the best … Continue reading Tile Addicts predict 2022 bathroom trends

Raw Earth

Natural design is all the rage. Bringing us a sense of comfort and working to ground us in a world flipped on its head, there’s really something to be said for organic shapes, textures, and materials. Seeking a connection with the environment is something humans have done for millenia, as is finding ways to use the ground beneath our feet to construct spaces that keep … Continue reading Raw Earth

Five superbly tiled spaces by Rachel Chudley

Today we’ve compiled a little collection of spaces from an interior designer with an eye for tile. Rachel Chudley‘s distinctive designs are mostly a marvellous mish-mash of textures and patterns, complete with quirks, flair, and je ne sais quoi. So let’s celebrate these oddities and delights! Continue reading Five superbly tiled spaces by Rachel Chudley