How to Choose a Kitchen Tile Backsplash

Are you overwhelmed deciding what’s suitable for your kitchen backsplash because of the seemingly endless kitchen backsplash tiles in the market? You have chosen your kitchen cabinets and countertops but your blender keeps your walls slimy, messy and spotty with a myriad of colors. Water inevitably splashes on your walls, or food bubbles while cooking.… Continue reading How to Choose a Kitchen Tile Backsplash

Sorrento

Sorrento - Image © Fired Earth

These lovely and extremely ornate porcelain tiles are exclusive to Fired Earth and are meant to provide depth and pattern. The tiles are named after a town on the Bay of Naples known for its posh hotels, and are created with a Mid-Century feel and a lot of personality.

Forecast

Forecast - Image © Fired Earth

These stunning modern glazed tiles from Spain have an undulating surface and rippled borders, as well as artisan design and a rustic finish. We named the tiles in the series after regions indicated in the shipping forecast since the palette reminded us of a seascape. There’s something for every space and occasion, from the creamy… Continue reading Forecast

Escalas

Escalas - Image © Fired Earth

The name of these lovely tiles derives from the Spanish word for scales, which was created by a tiny artisan manufacturer in Spain. They add aesthetic intrigue to any space with their subdued tones and slight crackling finish.

Choosing Kitchen Tiles

If you’re looking for new kitchen tiles for your home, you won’t have to look too far – there are loads of brands out there offering a wide range of different options, colours, shapes and materials. If you are looking to turn your kitchen into a stylish space, then you need to think about the… Continue reading Choosing Kitchen Tiles

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Kingfisher Glass

Kingfisher Glass TIles - Image © Fired Earth

These mosaic tiles were inspired by the beautiful, brilliant colours of the bird after which they are named. The three bright hues and two neutrals in these glass tiles will display subtle variations as the light hits them, and you can use them alone or in combination to create your own pattern.

Bert & May Alalpardo

Bert & May Alalpardo - Image © Bert & May

The Alalpardo tile, produced by hand from cement, appears simple at first glance, yet it is far from that. You may design a really unique space with endless tessellations.