Tile inspired by Gestalt psychology, in that it's just a simple square tile, but when slightly rotated, an optical illusion emerges.
A series of handmade encaustic cement tiles designed by artist studios around the world.
We're back with the second installment of favorites from the 2016 International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF).
A collection of minimalist tiles inspired by melty chocolate bars.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby created two new, indoor/outdoor tile collections for Mutina.
A collection of mosaic tiles that use bold, graphic patterns in contrasting colors to resemble African fabric.
Conservatory of Craft has launched DIY kits that let you produce your very own geometric concrete wall tiles.
BAUX, the brand started by Form Us With Love, has designed a new acoustic tile that was inspired by wood, parquet, and bricklaying.
I just got back from KBIS in Las Vegas, and I discovered some unexpected and exciting trends! Read on...
To revisit our favorite posts, Jaime, Gregory, and Caroline put together a list from the year and we’re sharing them as our Editor's Faves…
These Bouroullec-designed tiles are strikingly different and can create various modern combinations depending on how they're used.
Falken Reynolds Interiors designed a new window display for a Vancouver design shop using a tile you might just recognize.
A tile lets you play around with the design simply by rotating the it.
A series of geometric, wooden tiles that celebrate Brazilian history.
Stay cool this week with some of our favorite links from architecture to tile to tattoos...
Subway tile from Mission Stone & Tile that uses texture, pattern and color to create a modern take on a classic design.