Encaustic Tile Style

Terry and Liesl Harper from Terra Form Design in Brisbane have completed this beautiful bathroom incorporating the Black and Grey Reproduction encaustic tiles on the floor. The encaustic tiles they chose tie in perfectly with their vanity bench tops, the claw foot bath and the lovely federation window. I just love how you can totally change the look of your bathroom, kitchen, or whatever space your are working on just by the choice of tile you use. Encaustic tiles or cement tiles are so versatile in this way and can totally create the mood depending on pattern and colour chosen. As there is such a wide choice of colours, encaustic tiles are suited to any style of home. As can be seen here, the Black and Grey reproduction encaustic tile have given this bathroom extra personality. Thanks to Terra Form...

Antique tiles in BIG by Fiona Scanlan.

I just received these images of the new BIG shop by Fiona Scanlan. The stunning antique encaustic tiles were used in the entranceway which is so in keeping with the style of the building.They look as though they were always there.Then the amazing point of sale in the middle of the shop, covered with one of my favourite designs-Steel Clover.The two designs also work really nicely together,tonally complimenting eachother. I love the old feeling on the exterior and the new,fresh interior-with a touch of old. The tiles work in well with the simplicity of this space. Be sure to drop in to the BIG store in Melbourne which is located in Carlton next time you are...

Antique encaustic in Greece

I was given this lovely image to post on my blog demonstrating the use of a montage of antique encaustic tiles creating an atmosphere that is memorable,interesting,warm,eclectic and very stylish.The colours and designs work so well together,I just wish I had a space left in my own home to create this same look and feel.I can imagine this montage to work beautifully in a bar or cafe as you would instantly create a European coffee house feel and not to mention an amazing first...

What a wall

I just came across this great image of how a multitude of patterns on a huge wall can work so effectively together.Despite being busy,it is incredibly interesting and unforgettable.It is like a huge wallhanging woven from different tribes on the one wall.The colours and designs of all these encaustic tiles just work so well.I wish I had a wall this big to create this look-maybe a splashback will have to...