New ceramic antique encaustic tiles

These stunningly beautiful antique tiles have arrived and are in near to perfect condition.They are are a ceramic tile and are a non porous tile so no sealing is required. They are ready to lay and would look incredible on any floor or wall application. The colours are strong without being too bright and they come with a million stories. Beautiful treasures that I am so happy to have in my...

Home Beautiful Feb 2014

Mike and Georgie's delightful home in Margaret River has been featured in this months Home Beautiful magazine.The well designed home has been built with sustainability foremost. The home is open, airy and white with well thought through cross breezes to cool down the hot summers. The home has an injection of colours through pieces of art  and soft  furnishings creating a nice contrast to the white walls. The kitchen is a focal point in the house where there is  a kitchen bench which is adjacent to the cooking area and looking out onto the bushland beyond. The stunning Grey Mandala encaustic tiles were chosen for this splash back and look so nice next to the white weatherboard and tie in with the polished concrete floors perfectly.The patterned tiles have given the kitchen a lovely lift. ...

Fabulous new spaces

It is hard to get back into work after a wonderful summer holiday! It is so lovely, however, while being away to receive stunning images of jobs that have newly been completed. The encaustic tiles in every application look amazing and different. Every space looks unique and alive. Each patterned hand made tile comes with its own personality and charm. Every colour and every design creates a different look and depending on the surrounding finishes the same design can also have a different feeling. Mark used the Petit White Fleur encaustic tile which is a fabulous dramatic tile for a kitchen island.The island becomes the 'wow' factor and the focal point. Jess used the soft and subtle Light Grey Moroccan Bazaar encaustic tile on her bathroom floor which blends perfectly with her Queenslander. Ruth chose the Grey Royal pattern which is elegant and stunning as her bathroom wall tile.This tile works so beautifully with the old wooden vanity and this design is so effective is a wall tile. Nicola used this as her bathroom floor which is also incredible. Nic chose the Moroccan Flower New as her bathroom floor tile. I love the blue and grey tones together,it is a lovely playful design. Anna used the Moorish Night tile as her kitchen  splashback which always works so perfectly in this application as the pattern is small so proportionally the pattern suits a small area. Jo used the Blue and Grey Clover patterned tile on her bathroom wall and splashback which is another beautiful look and Margot from The Romantic which is a lovely gift store used the Grey Moorish...