I recently happened upon these tiles and thought they were quite unique. The applications for their uses could be as accent pieces, back splashes in kitchens and baths and the line has a great deal of depth and variation. First lets take a look at a few photos.
I happen to love Blue in a Kitchen!
Kitchens that have tile that extends to the ceiling and not just as a back splash are always a favorite.
Country Floors has many tile offerings. The photos below are from some of their newer products and some are larger filed tile and some are accent pieces. Below are the descriptions of the two lines shown in the gallery.
“Individually crafted, Mediterranean style mosaics, borders, inserts and dots.
This style represents a marriage of the influences of Marrakech and Marseille. Composed of handcut limestone, terra cotta, marble and recovered, handpainted tile shards. No two pieces will be exactly alike.”
“Crossings™ deftly fuses the elegance and simplicity of Japanese style with the flowing, organic themes of the Victorian, Art Nouveau, and Arts & Crafts movements. Using a technique which dates back to the 12th century, Crossings is incredibly durable making these tiles suitable for walls, floors and wet areas, in addition for use outdoors.”
Just click on any photo to enlarge.
These tiles are offered from Country Floors and there are actually many more that you could view on their site!
Can you picture projects that you could use these tiles? I know I can!