Moorish Ceramic Tile

Moorish Ceramic Tile

Moorish Ceramic Tile is a genre that always has an audience. Think about this for a moment. Take a look at the image at the top of this post; then please note the intricate patterning that subtly forms an Arabesque style shape. For some background, the root of Moorish Tile is naturally Moorish Architecture in […]

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Designing with Blue Tiles

Designing with Blue Tiles

The professional designer and the fashion-forward homeowner can expect quite a few benefits when Designing with Blue Tiles. Why not chat about how Country Floors feels about that today?Here we go. At the top of this post you see our Bella Muro ceramic tile collection. The thing you get when designing with blue tile is the […]

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Farm Life Ceramic Tiles

An enduring typical application for ceramic tiles has always been the kitchen setting. In particular, there will consistently be a design team somewhere that wants to create a motif around Farm Life Ceramic Tiles. Let’s dive into that for a moment. As you can see in the imagery above and below , our Farm Series offers […]

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Red Tile Wall Designs

Red Tile Wall Designs

Any and all Red Tile Wall Designs have an amazing and often subliminal impact due the nature of the color red and our mental processes. Let’s dive into that for just a moment. We recently found a very cool website, colorwheelpro.com. They describe red as: “Red is the color of fire and blood, so it is […]

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Color Blocking Ceramic Tiles

Color Blocking Ceramic Tiles

Ruminating on the various design statements that ceramic tiles can make led us to our topic: Color Blocking Ceramic Tiles. Then,  Architectural Digest gave us some food for thought by saying: “Color blocking—pairing a few solid hues to create a single bold look—may have started on the fashion runways, but it’s also a great decor tactic. […]

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Majolica Glazed Ceramic Tiles

Majolica Glazed Ceramic Tiles are a distinct and unique genre living inside the category of ceramic tile in general.It is a confusing idea since it is can also be spelled: Maiolica. Regardless the spelling, the material is typically thought of as having its origin in the Renaissance Period in Italy. Merriam-Webster says that it is: “earthenware covered […]

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Moorish Style Ceramic Tiles

The influence of the legendary Moors on art, architecture, and culture in general, is vast and well chronicled. Today, we want to bring to light a bit on Moorish Style Ceramic Tiles. Additionally, we suggest a strong role for Country Floors in your process of understanding this material. As a piece of background, Britannica.com says that […]

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Geometric Ceramic Tile Shapes

There are many design plans where Geometric Ceramic Tile Shapes lend themselves to creativity for both the designer and their homeowner clients. To support this contention, we found this from across the pond: House Beautiful – UK offered this: “Ditch the metro tiles – geometrics and more intricate designs are here! Squares and rectangles are a thing […]

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