We've been helping Kiwi's make beautiful rooms with tiles for over 30 years now, so it stands to reason we know where in the world to find the best. In February we changed our name from Heritage Tiles to Tile Space, to better reflect our position as the company of choice for quality product and design. Our staff are passionate about interior design and the contribution a perfectly selected tile can make not just to a room but to your home.
The tile shrinkage will allow room for installation and grouting. Each Selection is Unique to Itself Wonderful Tile Set!
Calacatta Basketweave Mosaics enhance bathroom floor designs. Carrara Basketweave Mosaic Bathroom. Carrara Basketweave Mosaic.
Kimono Now by Manami Okazaki. Across Japan, women and men are rediscovering the kimono. Comfortable, versatile, and easily adapted to reflect one's personal style, the kimono is the perfect canvas from which to create a head-turning ensemble for any occasion.
Shouldn't all rooms be living? When the right materials come together, a room becomes more than a sum of its parts. Ann Sacks.
From the dim of history, people have used ceramic to decorate houses, social constructions,… and the art of using ceramic have been popular by its endurance. However, the idea of using ceramic to create a mosaic mural seems as impossible, but it became true, and as we can see today a Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural, the largest ceramic mosaic in the world. Hanoi ceramic mosaic mural is the first public collective artwork in Vietnam, they were found on the wall of the dike system in Hanoi. This public artwork reflects Vietnamese culture as well as history a lot, follow us to explore this cultural construction in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Scenic mountain and water landscape based on Sansui-ga. This painting was commissioned by a client in Krakow, Poland. Custom designed decorative bathroom and shower tile mural.
A tile is a thin object usually square or rectangular in shape. Tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramicstonemetal, baked clay, or even glassgenerally used for covering roofs, floors, walls, or other objects such as tabletops. Alternatively, tile can sometimes refer to similar units made from lightweight materials such as perlitewoodand mineral wooltypically used for wall and ceiling applications.