A client recently remodeled their bathroom using a selection of traditional Talavera styles, choosing tiles from our Barcelona and Linea Tradtional collections. The top of the bathroom features a Cenefa trim from our Barcelona collection as well. These traditional tiles offer a one of a kind uniqueness as every tile is painted individually by hand before they are put in the kiln.
Burnt Adobe Pinto Pavers offer one of the most unique, rustic looks for a patio. No two tiles are alike, they are handmade and they are full of vibrant and moving colors, with hues of red, orange, yellow, white, black, & grey. The pavers get their color from where they sit in the kiln and the fact that the manufacturer's use cow manure as fuel for the fire. The tiles are also softer and more porous, so they stay cooler in the summer. Featured in the photos below are our 6" x 12" Adobe Pinto Pavers.
Saltillo tile can make for the perfect patio. It's porous nature allows it to stay cooler in the summer, allowing for year round enjoyment. Here, our client chose to blend Rojo and Manganese 16" tiles which were then cut in half to create a subway pattern using 8" x 16" tiles. The tiles were installed upside down to create an more rustic look.
Phoenix, Arizona interior designer Tina Alexander Tile & Design chose our Saltillo tile for a client's bathroom remodel. Featured in the remodel is our Riviera pattern in Manganese Saltillo. The Riviera pattern is created by combining San Felipe and Fleur De Lis tiles. To create this color of tile, Manganese flecks are added to the clay to add darker hue to the tiles after kilning process. Instagram: @tinaalexandertile
Topo Burrito is located in downtown Gilbert, Arizona. The front façade is decorated with our San Luis Obispo tile from our San Luis Obispo collection of Talavera tiles. These authentic, handmade Mexican tiles are made using the "Cuerda-Seca" or dry cord technique, giving the tile's texture to go with their vibrant colors and patterns. Our San Luis Obispo tile is available in 2" x 2", 4.25" x 4.25", and 6" x 6", with 12" x 12" available upon request. Topo Burrito: https://www.topoarizona.com/