House of Hackney, clé tile and Ann Sacks boast a crop of tile collections that meld age-old style with modern-day function.
Check out these charming tile collections
In Full Floral Bloom
House of Hackney teamed up with British tile manufacturer Craven Dunnill Jackfield to introduce a line of handmade ceramic tiles that evoke Victorian-era drama. The collection features 19th-century reproductions of two Jacobean-inspired florals—in both monochromatic relief and vivid screen-printed versions—as well as an array of solid-colored square and brick tiles in addition to flat and raised dados.
Flutes Of Glam Fancy
Part Art Deco and part 1970s Milanese glam, the Lapidary collection from clé incorporates three different styles: rough-cut mosaics, smooth-cut ovals and sculpted curves (shown). Perfect for wall treatments, these concave and convex designs come in two sizes and a variety of stones, including travertine, Carrara, Calacatta and Verde marbles.
Going With The Grain
The Helene porcelain tile collection from Ann Sacks—offered in three oak-inspired shades and both three-inch-wide planks and 24-inch-square parquetry forms—can be used everywhere from floors and fireplace surrounds to walls and backsplashes (and even outdoors in certain climates). Better yet, this revival style synonymous with European allure is made of 40 percent recycled material.