12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

I appreciated this printed graffiti art tile from StonePeak Ceramics, called “Respect”.

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

You can’t tell but this was about a 12-foot panel printed to look like gemstones - Fiandre. Just gorgeous, but hard to photograph!

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

Loved these faceted tiles from Lunada Bay

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

Love this “urban decay” style printed tile from Fanal

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

Totally into the op-art style of these tiles from Ken Mason Tile

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

Loved these wooden tiles from Alys Edwards

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

Funky retro tiles from CRStudio4

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

Totally taken aback at the gorgeous craftsmanship of Foss‘ bark tiles.

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

These tiles from Apavisa look like paper flapping in the wind…

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

I fell in love with these concrete tiles form Aguayo Tiles designed by Tania Marmolejo and Guillermo Gomez Lama.

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

41Zero42 had these fantastic graphic marble-look tiles that I was very drawn too… it’s a shame I already tiled my bathrooms!

12 Favorite Tile Designs from Coverings 2014 in main interior design  Category

Petracer’s had this beautiful booth set up with mirrored furniture and very graphic black and white tiles, that were not only modern, but also had a Roman feel to them… with all the marble trends happening in design right now, I’m definitely feeling an “Ancient Roman Empire” vibe.