32 Gorgeous And Eye-Catching Fish Scale Tiles Décor Ideas

Fish scale tiles are trendy and it’s not surprising. They are pretty and fun and may not only come in ceramic, but can also be found in a form of wallpaper, furniture fronts, and other wall coverings. Fish scale showers look amazing and even a fish scale bathroom feature wall will give it special appeal.... 
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Ceramic Tiles Collection Inspired By The 50s Pop Art

Quebec-based Ceratec launched a collection of super fun tiles that were inspired by the pop art of Roy Lichtenstein. The POP Series features 12 illustrated tiles with 10 complementary, brightly colored tiles to round out the vibrant series. The color palette of the collection references the 1950s but still is just as modern today. Perfect... 
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Modern Surface Trend: 30 Geometric Tiles Ideas

Geometric décor is very trendy and popular today, it’s perfect for almost any type of interior and easy to make an accent. We’ve already spoilt you with cute geometric décor ideas, and today I’d like to share some creative geometric tiles for your home décor. Bold geometry and vibrant color palettes combine to create show-stopping... 
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Mosaic Sea Glass Collection Inspired By Shore Walks

Sea Glass is a new collection of handcrafted mosaic. Created by Sara Baldwin for New Ravenna, Sea Glass is inspired by walks along the Eastern Shore of Virginia, where Baldwin would find pieces of glass “smoothed by years of waves and sand.” The eight patterns depict natural elements, as well as ornamental motifs. Aurelia, Chinoiserie,... 
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Edgy Hexagonal Concrete Tiles For Eye-Catching Decor

Remember we told you about cool geometric ideas for home décor? These tiles are exactly for those who have chosen such décor. Imagined by Austrian designers Patrycja Domanska and Tanja Lightfoot, these hexagonal concrete tiles named Edgy have captured our attention with a blend of versatility, simplicity and elegance. Versatile in style, color and placement,... 
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Smink Tiles Made Using Wabi-Sabi Principles

Dutch designer Marianne Smink translates the welcome imperfections of hand-stamped and brush-painted designs in her screen-printed tiles. Smink’s tiles all fall under Japanese wabi-sabi principles —with a Dutch edge. The Quarter Circle tiles feature the simple but sharp outline of a quarter circle, only subtly visible against a loosely painted background. Together the quarters enhance... 
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Dakota Ceramic Tiles That Replicate Aged Wood

It seems everyone wants to emulate the true look of wood while having the easy care of ceramic. Dakota by Flaviker is, by far, the most realistic fake wood we’ve seen yet because it looks aged, complete with wormwood holes. Made to emulate alder wood – often used in interior floor planking – it even... 
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Mosa Scenes Tiles Collection With Lots Of Color And Textures

Dutch ceramics brand Royal Mosa presented their latest tile collection, ‘Mosa Scenes’. The collection was created according to Mosa’s signature style for flexibility and originality. These tiles can be used by color group or in a combination of different groups, providing respectively a subtle or a more vivid, yet undeniably sophisticated effect, animated through the... 
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Unique Lindsey Lang Graphic Tiles Collection

Lindsey Lang combined modern day design techniques with a traditional craft to create this graphic tiles collection. The line covers two finishes, a classic and clean Encaustic finish or the Granito finish, which is a smooth, marble speckled look. Both tiles are handmade with color palettes that range from grey’s, pale yellow, mint, midnight and... 
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30 Moroccan-Inspired Tiles Looks For Your Interior

Moroccan and Arabesque-inspired tiles have the shapes, the colors, the drama. From kitchen splashbacks to bathroom walls and whole floors, these looks are a great how-to guide on how to bring an exotic twist to your decor. They come in various colors, often very colorful, and help to accentuate the space or add color to... 
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