April 25th, 2012 — Design
Scale Living is a collection of free-form carpet tiles from the German company Vorwerk Carpet and designer Hadi Teherani . MESH_S (also in the top photo) The collection includes three shapes – CUT, BLOOM, and MESH_S. Besides coming in these clever shapes, they also come in leather and a brushed stainless steel finish (yes, you heard me right!), as well as a multitude of colors. So not only do you get to choose the shape, material, and color, you also get to choose a pattern and how you want to arrange them.
Scale Living Collection by Vorwerk Carpet
January 24th, 2012 — Design
London-based textile designer Lindsey Lang launched her new home collection of printed textiles and ceramic designs at HOME , the new housewares and interiors accessories show in London. The line is full of fun colors and modern graphic shapes on cushions, ceramic tiles, cement tiles for both the wall and floor, tea cozies, hot handles, oven mitts and tea towels. The line includes four collections entitled Bluetone, Bold, Chevron, and Yellowtone. All of the items are hand-sewn and printed in the UK. Share This: Twitter | Facebook | Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook .
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July 21st, 2011 — Designer Stuff
Which backsplash do you prefer?
A combination of etched and glass tiles…
Or neutral stone tiles separated by stainless steel for easy cleanup behind the stove?
How about subway tiles in a fresh color?
This Old House
Or a sleek mosaic tile splash in a green color scheme?
Thrifty Decor Chick
What do you think about this bright and budget-friendly beadboard?
From all of these images, which backsplash is your favorite? Do you have anything similar in your home?
July 7th, 2011 — Designer Stuff
This morning, I came across these wood mosaic tiles from Mosaico+ on Trendir and I’m loving the combination of the different wood finishes with the glass, metal or stone tiles.
How great would these look in a restaurant or in a fun, hip bar? But the real question is, WOOD you put these in your home?
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April 8th, 2011 — Design
Benjamin Hubert will launch a new series of lighting called Roofer for Italian lighting company Fabbian . Inspired by roof tiles found in Marrakech a single “tile” is used to clad various steel frame works. This allows for different shaped lamps to be created from a single tile. The consumer can build their own lamp from a framework and selection of different colored tiles, allowing for customization as the end user becomes part of the design process. The tile is manufactured from a flexible silicon polymer which both allows the module to be formed around a compound curvature framework as well as allowing some light through its translucent structure
Roofer by Benjamin Hubert
October 21st, 2010 — Designer Stuff
Concrete tiles are a versatile alternative for flooring and wall decor as they provide a sleek, cool design. Especially when they’re concrete tiles from California-based designer Daniel Ogassian!
Available in a variety of interesting patterns, the different types of Ogassian’s concrete tiles can be used for flooring both indoors and out. Some patterns can also be used as wall decor, in a bathroom or shower, or even in the kitchen as an interesting backsplash.
The patterns of Ogassian’s concrete tiles are chic and dimensional, as seen in the first photo of the Japanese Weave concrete tile. The second photo is the Optic 1 pattern. Both are textural in their own way. Various patterns are available in different finishes, such as polished and natural, as well as different colors. Concrete tiles can also be uses outdoors.
To view more designs and to learn about available options from Daniel Ogassian, check out his website at http://www.ogassian.com.
Where would you put concrete tiles in your home?
Read this article: sixdifferentways.com
May 6th, 2010 — Furniture, Modern Furniture
Description: Maybe it’s not a real “hack”: I only put a little piece of wood on the inside of the NORREBO door and screwed two right-angle screws (how ever they are called) through. So I can display some of my old tiles there.
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~ Susanne, Germany