Tiles, tiles, tiles

Anyone who knows us knows that we have both have a long standing obsession with tiles! It’s because the options are so varied and your choice stays with you for a long time. So, in this post we wanted to share two projects where we think the tile choice absolutely MAKES the space. 

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 handcrafted cement tiles add depth to this family bathroom

This first project uses tiles from Marrakech Design, a Swedish company specialising in beautiful cement tiles. The tiles are individually made using traditional processes which gives them a perfect ‘imperfection’ and a rich patina that improves with age. The subtle radiating lines of their ‘Dandelion’ design, shown here, means that the tiles can be laid in numerous ways to get wonderful geometric patterns, keeping them contemporary.

Whilst they are not cheap, using them only on the floor means you not only save a bit of cash, but also create a depth to the whole space.

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 a bold graphic Tile can make the space

The second example of how tiles can make a space is from our Amhurst Road project. Here we used the amazing Puzzle Décor Tile designed by British duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby.

These tiles use a series of unique bold graphic patterns that draw your eye, which allows the use of cost-effective white tiles and affordable sanitary ware without compromising the overall aesthetic.

If you’d like this look for your own home, you can order samples of the Puzzle tile here. Or for more information about these or any other project, feel free to contact us.