It’s no secret that Italy is the birthplace of luxury design – not just in the fashion world, but interior design too. Whether you are a fan of the minimalist and contemporary designs by Matteo Nunziati or the louder, bolder designs by Dimore Studio, there is most certainly a rich portfolio of styles to influence our own homes.
Explore our pick of tiles that are full of Italian flavour below…
Available in a field tile as well as a cross-cross pattern, reminiscent of the many canals that cover Venice, this collection has been designed to replicate Venetian Terrazzo tiles. The pretty colour palette of soft pink and blue, adds a contemporary twist to a traditional design. Suitable for interior walls and floors, we particularly love this tile in calming bathroom spaces.
Taking our inspiration from a stunning pottery collection we were lucky enough to discover in Italy, this porcelain tile comes in two formats and five colours.
From kitchen splashbacks to bathroom feature walls, our new Pottery range of porcelain tiles will give any room an authentic, artisanal look. Don’t just use it for walls – this Mediterranean-style beauty can be laid on floors too, as well as exterior walls when you want to take the rustic, rural vibe outside into a courtyard or terrace for a little laid-back summer entertaining.
As pretty as the city it’s named after, Florence is a luxury marble mosaic tile in an on-trend hexagon format. They are great value for a high-quality marble, that will instantly upgrade schemes to First Class. The marble’s natural tonal variations ensure a unique and almost retro artwork finish, helping to create a statement floor and/or wall.
If you look up the difference between ice cream and gelato, you’ll discover that the latter is ‘softer and packed with flavour’ and that’s just what this collection emulates. Available in three mouth-watering tones – Cotton Candy, Milk White and Mint, this scalloped shaped mosaic tile has proved to be hugely popular. Use as a splashback or as a feature area to make your space sing.
The city of Lucca is well known for the well-preserved Renaissance walls encircling its historic centre and cobblestone streets, so it only felt right to name a hard-wearing and timeless limestone after it. Available in an array of formats, including brick and flagstone, this is a versatile and cool limestone, with occasional darker clouding and light speckled fossils. Lucca feels calm and practical, and offers a refined finish, perfect for contemporary homes.