Geometric pattern continues to be popular, and Fired Earth’s stunning new tile collections include Encaustic tiles in sumptuous colourways, Ravello tiles inspired by the hand-painted tiles of the Amalfi coast, hardwearing Terrazzo tiles, and the chic black and white Sorrento range.
Sorrento Turro floor tiles with East Hampton black skirting. Walls in Skylon Grey paint. Seattle Console in Nero Marquina stone. Richmond mirror and Bastide 3 hole basin mixer.
Alvito Encaustic tiles, hand-made in Portugal.
Terrazzo Mitri tiles inspired by the ornamental terrazzo floors of Venice (walls painted in Nordic Light, woodwork in Opal Green).
Boulangerie Florian wall tiles in a soft muted palette. Shown here with the Whitechapel basin.
Botany Masson tiles, inspired by 16th century tiles in the Christie’s archives and hand-painted on to a hand-antiqued terracotta base.
Increasingly, tiles are being used throughout the home rather than simply in bathrooms, kitchens and hallways as we’ve tended to use them in this country. The latest ranges not only look beautiful but they’re also very much designed with practicality in mind. Fired Earth‘s Taunton porcelain range is designed to replicate beautiful antique stone flooring and the Studland Bay porcelain collection offers a remarkably realistic-looking alternative to natural wood. Porcelain tiles are particularly robust and low-maintenance so they’re an ideal choice for busy households.
See more in their online catalogue: www.firedearth.com/media/brochures