Could be wood

An innovative wood-effect tile is a fine thing, adding another twist on this classic building material, and Bestile has a whole raft of unusual takes on wood-looks. Among their standard designs or natural looking planks are a few collections taking the design to another level. Atlas Hexa A hexagonal wood-effect tile with rich veining in a range of eight shades – five natural, spanning light … Continue reading Could be wood

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. In a collaboration with Botteganove, Furman’s New Town collection pairs vibrant, playful shades with a textured mix and match … Continue reading Good news! An ANF Tile Collection!

Earthborn’s Colour of the Year 2022

An entirely different colour was selected by UK eco paint brand Earthborn for their Colour of the Year 2022. Instead of earthy shades, variations on sage green, or comforting blues Earthborn headed towards a delicate, über light lilac – Lily Lily Rose. Mixing grey tones with soft pinks and purples, Lily Lily Rose is complex and contemporary. As a very subtle pastel shade, the light … Continue reading Earthborn’s Colour of the Year 2022

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: Statement Showers II

6. Perfect Pattern Keeping the rest of the bathroom simple with wood and neutrals makes the shower free to express itself. Find an unusual pattern in a vibrant colour for maximum effect. Featured is Goa from Popham Designs (Worldwide), although Oriental Fairy from Otto Tiles & Design (UK) and Granada Turquoise Crackle from Clay Imports (USA) are equally as lovely. 7. Simple Statement A statement … Continue reading Trend inspo: Statement Showers II

Trend inspo: Statement Showers

To further emphasise our love for statement showers (and to offer oodles of inspiration for those looking to create one of their own) we’ve gathered a bunch more and located the tiles needed to make them! 1. Soft Zellige Calming greeny blue toned zelige tiles offer floor to ceiling beachy vibes. Create something similar with Ice Blue Zellige from Otto Tiles & Design (UK), Moss … Continue reading Trend inspo: Statement Showers

To Respect and Remember

This recently completed monument is restoring dignity and respect to those buried at the Delaware State Hospital, a former psychiatric institution known to locals as ‘Farnhurst’. Without names, dates of birth, or any reference to family, the hospital’s deceased were intially identified only by numbered white granite cubes laid in concentric circles in the Spiral Cemetery. Overgrown and mostly forgotten, many of the cubes became … Continue reading To Respect and Remember

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

Seven striking tiles from Clay Imports

Brothers Zac and Nick Barreiro founded Austin-based Clay Imports in 2012, primarily focusing on small batch Mexican tiles. Over the years their love of travel and craftsmanship has inspired an expansion of their collections which now incorporate creations from as far as Vietnam and Turkey. Continue reading Seven striking tiles from Clay Imports

Four Fabulously Tiled Hotels

Staying in a hotel is already a luxury, but a hotel that’s embraced the beauty of tile? That’s in a league of its own. Durable, dependable, and supremely stylish, tiles can make a masterpiece of any interior. To celebrate the hotels that have wisely turned to tile, we’ve collected four of our favourites from across the globe. Continue reading Four Fabulously Tiled Hotels

Voltaire’s Vibrant Lavatories

On Friday Clapham-based not-for-profit arts organisation Studio Voltaire reopened with a fresh face. Revitalising this important space by creating 42% more artist studios, a kitchen, a workshop, and two residency studios, this project has gone well beyond improving the look and utility of Studio Voltaire. Continue reading Voltaire’s Vibrant Lavatories

Four Tremendous Tactile Textures

The textures of tile come in many shapes, sizes, depths, and designs, some made by machine, some by hand, and some by chance and fire. No matter how the texture is made, it’s almost impossible to do anything but love it and want to touch it. To celebrate these varied reliefs we’ve gathered a small sample of diverse textured delights from all around the tiling … Continue reading Four Tremendous Tactile Textures

Marazzi’s Mix and Match

Although pick-n-mix patchwork tiles have been big in the past few years, when they meet another tiling trend something truly wonderful is created. Blending botanical motifs with an unpredictable mismatched layout produces a surface with the elegance and grace of floral design and modernity and unique vibe achieved from mixing and matching. Continue reading Marazzi’s Mix and Match

Are these the colours of summer 2022?

For those of you who follow us on Instagram you may have noticed we had a bit of fun with New York Fashion Week trends, matching statement styles with statement tiles. Now we’re taking their colour trends (as shown by Pantone) to help inform potential interior fashions and shade selections that may appear over the next few months. Continue reading Are these the colours of summer 2022?