• Posts Tagged ‘kitchen tiles’

    On trend, retro brick tiles

    by  • November 23, 2015 • Kitchen Products

    Ludlow from Craven Dunnill's Renaissance Collection in duck egg, spearmint & peppermint 2 (1)

    Metro tiles, inspired by the London Underground and now a design classic, remain as popular as ever.

    Now Craven Dunnill has launched the new Ludlow Collection of brick-style wall tiles, that will suit any style of kitchen, be it traditional, country or contemporary.

    Above we have Ludlow in Duck Egg, Spearmint and Peppermint and below in Fudge & Truffle.

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    Pale and interesting

    by  • September 10, 2015 • Kitchen Products

    Surface tiles

    Introducing personality to your kitchen doesn’t have to mean bold colours and loud pattern – muted tones and motifs can be just as effective. We’re loving this understated collection by French designer Inga Sempe for Surface. Available in three base colours and eight different designs, the range also has a subtle textural appeal for added interest. From £136.80sq m.

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    New Neisha Crosland and Fired Earth collaboration

    by  • August 27, 2015 • Kitchen Products

    Neisha Crosland tiles

    How gorgeous are these Neisha Crosland tiles? Teaming up with tile specialist Fired Earth, the British textile design queen has launched three stunning new collections in a range of geometric motifs. Choose from porcelain, encaustic cement and hand-painted terracotta surfaces, while colours range from pretty pastel tones to rich, earthy shades. We love the Tulia range (pictured), £124.80sq m.

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    50 shades of stylish cement tiles

    by  • August 15, 2015 • Kitchen Products

    US manufacturers of classic, artistic ceramic tiles, Clé, have announced their new range of cement tiles, designed to bring a truly unique design element to your kitchen.

    space kitchenette kitchen installation designer: matters of space photographer: Lily King Photography available for print & web

    The Cement tile range is available in more than 150 new shapes and patterns, and decorated in 50 silky matt colours. Unlike conventional glazed and fired tiles, cement tiles are produced by layering concrete and cement into a steel frame. The pigmented cement is then poured into brass moulds where it is pressed and cured.

    Harold installation  Project: Social House Location: Lake Worth, Florida Builder: C&J Design and Build Photographer: Chelsey Boatwright Photography

    Each Clé cement tile is individually made, and patterns available include squares, subway-shape, hexagon, diamond, scallops and arabesques. Prices start at £92.41sq m.

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