Scenes of London Life

An artist from a young age, London-based Helen Beard has made a living observing life and translating it into ink and watercolour. With bespoke pieces ranging from bowls and vases to decorative ornaments, Beard’s hand-painted ceramics offer joyful scenes with unusual, quaint themes. Transferring lightly pigmented and delicately detailed paintings into ceramics is no easy feat. The process begins with freehand outlines, created using a … Continue reading Scenes of London Life

10 Tile Designers You Should Know

The tile world is full of fabulous minds. Embracing designers from all specialisations has given us some truly incredible tiles over the years so we thought we’d create a little list of 10 you should know! 1) Cristina Celestino As an architect and designer Celestino has worked with countless prestigious companies offering creative direction for interiors and displays, as well as producing unique tile designs … Continue reading 10 Tile Designers You Should Know

Cyberspace Curiosities II

The weird and wonderful world of tiles has cooked up a fair few curiosities so we’re hoping to make this a regular segment for 2022. So here are five more! 1) Eskayel Dance from Clé Tile Made in collaboration with New York textile designers Eskayel, Dance is one of eight patterns transformed to tile. These abstract Rorschach test-like images deceive the eye into seeing many … Continue reading Cyberspace Curiosities II

Big Build in Brighton

The Moulsecoomb campus at Brighton University is undergoing a tile-tastic transformation with a £60 million project. Part of this Big Build is Elm House – a new architecturally striking business school. Designed by Hassell Studio, the façade-focused building acts as an ode to the university experience and the evolution individuals go through throughout their time there. To represent this, the tiled façade takes inspiration from … Continue reading Big Build in Brighton

Trend inspo: Colours of the Year 2022

To round off our look at 2022’s Colours of the Year we’re offering up some more tile matches to for a little interior design inspo. 1) October Mist 1495 Benjamin Moore‘s soft sagey green was chosen to ignite self-expression and make way for creativity. In this kitchen from @themisfithouse wall cabinets and cupboards celebrate the shade whilst the tiled backsplash offers a mix of dark … Continue reading Trend inspo: Colours of the Year 2022

Dunn-Edwards’ Colour of the Year 2022

Another warm, earthy shade has been selected by our next Colour of the Year 2022, this time by Dunn-Edwards. Their chosen colour – Art and Craft – is a dusty brown that offers a sense of calm and stability. Reflecting the trend towards nature-inspired interiors and decor choices, Art and Craft celebrates the organic whilst acting as a grounding neutral. As well as working perfectly … Continue reading Dunn-Edwards’ Colour of the Year 2022

Bathroom trends 2022 according to the internet

We love trend predictions. Whether they come true or not, it’s an excuse to see what’s out there, what people are loving, and what they might be loving in a few months time. With so much to see we thought we’d break it down room by room, sharing what the experts say about the year to come. First up it’s bathrooms – a space no … Continue reading Bathroom trends 2022 according to the internet

Clay Squared to Infinity

There is no end to the amount of incredible tiles out there. It seems as if each day we are finding something or someone new, and its almost always worth sharing. And today we’ve got our eye on another company. Based in Minneapolis, Clay Squared‘s artist hub creates a range of handmade tiles in all sorts of shapes and sizes, patterns and glazes, as well … Continue reading Clay Squared to Infinity

Jatana Interiors

Continuing our week of wonder, celebrating companies in all their varied glory, we have an Australian company – Jatana Interiors. A love of colour and design began after founder Sonya Marish’s travels through Asia and the Middle East. What initially started as a hunt for unique treasures became income after Marish strated a market stall in Sydney to sell globally-sourced goodies. Later, a desire to … Continue reading Jatana Interiors

Kibak Tiles

If you read us regularly you’ll know all about our company collection posts that share five companies to keep an eye on. But there are too many for our once-a-month posts to keep up with so this week we are bringing you a new company each day. Monday to Friday we’ll be sharing some wonderfully exciting creatives and brands and we hope you love them … Continue reading Kibak Tiles