Minimal, modern walls may be in season, but there’s no reason you can’t get creative with wall decor. Color, texture and interesting design elements are necessary to keep a home feeling vibrant all day. With plenty of choices on the market, there’s no need to go bare on the walls. Here, we’ve rounded up our favorite textured tiles that will give your space plenty of style.
Radiating in the loveliest shade of pink, Mek Collection’s 3D ceramic tiles are definite stunners. Featuring thin metallic streaks, these wavy pink tiles mimic the current of a coursing river. It carries the visual trail from one end of the room to the other, visually lengthening the width of the wall.
As much as we love bright, open kitchens, we’re willing to make an exception for these gorgeous concrete tiles by Ann Sacks. Set as a mosaic masterpiece by the kitchen sink, it gives the modern kitchen a rustic look reminiscent of castle interiors in the 19th century. The tile variants add an ombre effect that give the room an ethereal glow.
Fireclay Tile combines organic elements with modern patterns gracefully with their Chain-Homme tiles. The H-shaped design is beautifully inspired by vintage watch links that interlock with each other, giving it a stunning geometric effect. Not only are they made with sustainable material, these textured tiles can also give kitchens and bathrooms a tactile connection with the leafy outdoors.
Reminiscent of arrows, Laura Itkonen’s Ryijy tiles offer plenty of room for creativity, perfect for those who enjoy customizing their walls. It consists of five models that fit together like a puzzle, allowing you to make a unique masterpiece for your space. All handmade in her studio, Laura’s Ryijy tiles add the right amount of energy to plain walls.
For a touch of opulence, Cristina Celestino’s Plumage tiles for Botteganove are a fantastic choice. Gleaming in iridescent shades, the Plumage is inspired by the beauty of birds’ feathers translated into ceramic and porcelain tiles. You won’t be able to peel your eyes away from its sculptural quality, making it the ideal point of interest in any room.
With their mantra of ‘Shouldn’t All Rooms Be Living’, Ann Sacks gives us another charming tile option with the MADE Modern Field Tile featuring a quarter moon design with ribbed corners. Despite its textured surface, these pretty blue tiles complement the classic marbled bathroom sink and bronzed faucets.
With summer in full swing, it’s hard to not fall in love with floral-themed decor like this fascinating wall tile by Kaza Concrete. Aptly named Petal, this powder pink tile softens the walls with its delicate shape inspired by fresh blooms. We love the movement it creates around the room, almost a daily reminder to appreciate the little things around us.
This psychedelic tile brings our childhood favorite into our interiors with its gray concrete geometric design. For all kaleidoscope-lovers, Inhabit‘s concrete sculptural tiles are fit for those who dare to give their walls an unconventional facelift.
Finally, whoever said woven wall decor was meant to be indoors hasn’t seen this stunning weaving tiles collection by Kaza Concrete. Sporting playful shades of pink, white and blue, Weave tiles feature a ribbed contour that give off a flowing effect. Whether outdoors or indoors, we love the use of whimsical details that brighten up the overall atmosphere of the home.
Are you ready to bring your walls to life? Let us know in the comments which textured tiles from this roundup are your favorite.
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