Studio Seven: Ceramic tiles
Whether they are for floors, walls, bathrooms or kitchens, Studio has picked our favourite ceramic tiles from the latest launches.
Compiled by Rebecca Hoh
The chunky ridged texture of Tectonics is from the L’antic Colonial range from Porcelanosa. This is the Persian White colour way, giving it a contemporary look that can be used both indoors or outdoors.
The Peak Diamond tile, shown here in the Blue Mist colourway, is from the Ann Sacks Modern Field collection. The tiles have a traditional stoneware body made crisp with simple, geometric details.
This is a combination of smooth and diamond and triangular relief designs in the Savoy collection by Johnson Tiles, available at Material Lab, in seven soft colours with a gloss finish.
Layers, from Ceramiche Caesar has a look of velvet with its flocked texture. This is the blue/grey Trend colourway, but also available in a deep sepia, beige, pearly white and two other tones of grey.
Creative studio Yoneh have designed the Lins collection for Spanish brand Peronda. The range, inspired by Mediterranean colours, plays with light and shadow by using delicate criss cross lines.
With the look of vintage, worn tin tiles, Refin’s Voyager collection is inspired by the patterned metal cladding seen in urban north American architecture.
The Stone and Ceramic Warehouse has produced this punched steel effect ceramic, entitled Vintage Metal, a throw-back to the anti slip finishes used in construction.