The Contemporary Renovation Of A 100 Year-Old Home In Australia
This modern master bathroom has a large grey tiles covering the walls and floors. A glass partition separates the shower from the white floating vanity, and a skylight adds plenty of natural light to the room.
Interior design blog - LLI Design London
LLI Design's Blog - Showcasing inspiring interior design and architecture. LLI Design are a multi award winning interior design company based in London.
Inverno Grey Marble Effect Rectified Wall And Floor Tiles
Inverno is a stylish and low-maintenance glazed porcelain tile with a matt finish and crisp rectified edges for that elegant, clean aesthetic. Key Features Authentic natural look Easy clean due to glaze coating Exquisite styling and tonal texture Durable surface Suitable for use with underfloor heating Inverno faithfully replicates the look of a matt marble, with each tile varying from piece to piece to create an authentic appearance barely distinguishable from the natural product itself…
10 Beautiful Rooms - Mad About The House
It’s Monday so it must be time to look at 10 more beautiful rooms and highlight the work of talented designers, architects and photographers to inspire us all. These first two room are by Suzy MacAdam, a Dublin-based designer who began her career in California before returning to Ireland and setting up her own studio.…
Modern Harlequin Pattern Tile Tiles | Ca' Pietra
Modern Harlequin is our best selling encaustic tile and will add a subtle touch of pattern and colour into your home. The tiles rhythmic pattern and two-tone colour palette, offer a sophisticated look, perfect for modern interiors. 25 tiles per square... Read more
Cement Encaustic Trellis Pattern Tile
Cement encaustic Trellis tile 20x20 cm by Ca'Pietra has a subtle trellis pattern in neutral tones. It is ideal for both interior floors and walls in modern and traditional settings. The tiles are all handmade using natural materials.
Patterned Tiles are Big for 2018 - Mad About The House
It started, as it so often does, on Instagram. A couple of people – Sian Astley and Alex Steadman of The Frugality to be precise – included these tiles on their instastories and, as a long-time fan of patterned tiles, I was immediately keen to know where they came from. I was also intrigued to…