What is the approximate size of this arttile?
120 x 120 x 13mm
These tiles are chunky, vary in size, so therefor please request accurate measurements if size and thickness are crucial to your project.
What is this arttile going to do for me?
These special and one of a kind Delft style tiles are made contemporary with the use of bright colour.
The designs will recall old, very old, 16th to 17th century handmade tiles and decoration found the world over. These objects are collectible and need be used, touched and treasured! The original commission required small glaze deflects to earth it with the time line from which Delft decoration originates.
Any of these tactile and visually engaging arttiles will compliment and instantly rejuvenated a neglected kitchen with the use of these refreshing and one of a kind arttiles.
If you use these arttiles as an insert or with other customized tiles from Southern Art Ceramics you can be sure that it will revive and refresh any of your treasured environments.
Where have clients used these tiles before?
IN A KITCHEN: The original commission was for a panel behind the hob with each tiles design being different.
IN WALLS: Strategic placed; these tiles can create a strong focal point of interest when combined with pared down or even classical furniture.
IN BATHROOMS: Soften your ultra modern bathroom by recessing one or three tiles behind the basin/s at the vanity counter.
IN FLOORS: Used as inserts floors.
Can I customize these arttiles?
Yes, the size, shape, colour and/or decoration can be customized.
Most of these orders are customized with the colours of the interior supplied as part of the brief. Fabrics and paint swatches are all we need to paint the perfect tile for your dream room.
Request a quote for your dream tile to be created.
Do you have any special notes regarding these tiles?
These tiles are fired to stoneware temperatures, are extremely durable and will be around for generations to come.
These tiles were created for with a specific brief, perfection was a positive no-no, as such glaze defects were created to leave some unglazed areas and to distort lines and other decorative effects.