Tiles for Africa, but not really.

Shane and I have just recently bought a new flat that we are moving into at the end of July. We are super excited about it because it’s our first purchase and it’s the first place that we’re going to get to add our own ideas to. I will be taking pictures of it before and after, so you’ll get to see all the progress…The place has already been renovated, but we’re going to be changing a couple of things.

One of the things we are wanting to do is add some patterned tiles to the kitchen and bathroom, BUT finding cool tiles is like finding a unicorn alive and well grazing in a field of golden dreams and happiness. We went into a bunch of different tile shops only to be bored to death by beige and terracotta, there is a small selection of mosaic tiles here and there that are quite nice, but where be all the patterns damn it?!

Can anyone point us in the right direction?

I have added some reference pictures of the type of stuff we’re looking for, have any of you come across any of it? I would really appreciate any help…

bathroom-14

bathroom-5

entrance-hall

bathroom-13

bathroom-7

entrance-hall-2

kitchen-3

bathroom-8

kitchen-5

bathroom-12

kitchen-2

bathroom-2

bathroom

bathroom-9

kitchen

bathroom-3

bathroom-11

bathroom-15

entrance-hall-3

All these photos with their links can be found on my Pinterest boards:

Kitchens

Bathroom

Floors

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25. June 2013 by angie
Categories: COOL STUFF, design, DESIGN, home stuff, interiors | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 11 comments

Comments (11)

  1. Have you tried out Union Tiles? They always have quite an extensive range.
    I would just go to their warehouse in Germiston.

  2. Moroccan warehouse

  3. Pretty those… but they all come with a price, specially when most of them are mosaics, can see here :

    http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Flooring/947/cat.html?TID=TN:FH:Floor-IS

  4. Douglas Jones in Cape Town baby! Pricey, to be sure, but worth it.

  5. Some of those patterned tiles are Moroccan, they can be very expensive but so worth it! You can also mix them up with other plain tiles in the same size.

  6. Found this dude while surfing tilestudio.co.za

  7. All the tiles and all the decoration is so nice.I also like this tiles.This tiles is so helpful for modern design.Many many thanks for your nice post.And many many thanks for all the commenter for their nice comment.

    bathroom tiles

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  9. Hi, Could you let me know where you got your sinks. I know you could not remember but as soon as you do please let me know.