Tile Styling for the Novice.
Bisazza’s Labirinto (Laryrinth) by Carlo Dal Bianco is a stunning computer-generated pattern realised in 20mm x 20mm glass mosaic tiles. Inspired by Gio Ponti’s bold neoclassical textiles, these tiles are available in three tone-on-tone colour variations — white, pink and blue.
Tiles can be used to great effect to make a feature of a functional storage area, as with this bathroom by Stone BC Tiles AD. The designer has chosen a mosaic tile in a rectangle, rather than the more traditional square shape, for added visual interest.
Polished Bluestone floor tiles make a stunning impact in this kitchen by UK Kitchens. Against the backdrop of all-white cabinets and colourful red splashback, the floor tiles act as the unifying factor throughout the room.
Stunning marble tiles have been used to create a visually exciting splashback in this kitchen by A-Plan Kitchens. The rich colour of the tiles provides a beautiful contrast to the crisp white cabinets and benchtop.
Large-size wall and floor tiles make this bathroom appear much larger than it really is. The 600mm x 600mm porcelain tiles were chosen specifically for the visual effect they create when laid together. Bathroom by Perini Bathrooms, tiles from Perini Tiles.
Any traditionally styled kitchen must have a splashback of feature tiles and this kitchen, by Jag Kitchens, is a fine example. The gorgeous combination of blue and white with a variety of patterns and designs makes the splashback the visual centre of the space.