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Trend Alert: 5 Minimalist Graphic Ceramic Tiles

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 04, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Apr 03, 2015

Spotted lately: tiles so subtly patterned they require a second look. Above: Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec say their  Pico Tile for Mutina has a "matte finish with a sensual surface feel. With its slightly irregular dotted texture, Pico stands in contrast with the extreme brightness and slickness of today's coating materials." The tiles are available in several colorways; go to Mutina for more information. Above: Parisian designer Inga Semp é  created a collection of tiles in eight patterns for Mutina ; shown above is the Epi pattern. Above: Designed by UK artist Neisha Crosland , Haveli tiles for Ann Sacks have a subtle geometric pattern.  Above: The porcelain  Muse tile line by English designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby "is strongly influenced by the city of London, where we both live," they say. "It's inspired by the history and the personality of the British capital, and by the huge variety of textures characterizing its infrastructures, such as bricks, wooden floors, and irregular geometrical patterns." Above: Inga Sempé's Aqua and Feutre patterns for  Mutina . Patterned tile is having a moment; see more of our favorites and read our advice in: 10 Easy Pieces: Handmade Patterned Tile Patchwork Tiles: 11 Mix-and-Match Ideas Remodeling 101: How to Choose a Kitchen Backsplash Living in Black and White: Concrete Tiles from Commune Design 10 Easy Pieces: Tile House Numbers More Stories from Remodelista 13 Favorite Minimalist British Kitchens Decoding BTUs: How Much Cooking Power Do You Really Need? Kitchen of the Week: An Artful Aerie in Mill Valley




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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