These handmade glazed terracotta tiles from Fez, Morocco, called “Zelliges” by Emery & Cie. I love the colour variation of each unique tile and how together they create something that looks almost organic. Their selection of colours is amazing – from lovely pale neutrals to dark and moody dark hues like chocolate or cinnabar.
Emery & Cie has a lovely range of products hand made in Morocco, so I recommend you check out their website if you like the look of these tiles.
Two stunningly classic kitchens by Anne Coyle.
This one is from NY based Glenn Gissler. The colour is not one that I would personally chose for a kitchen, but I love the cabinetry with the silver edging. Very sleek and chic!
A modern but classic looking kitchen by Joe Nye
Three classics by Steven Gambrel. This man can do no wrong in my eyes.
Another old favorite, so classic.
These two are from a Melbourne home decorated by Stuart Rattle. I love the simplicity of this and how well it blends into the rest of the interior without necessarily looking too ‘kitcheny’. Plus I think the tiled wall/splashback looks remarkably stylish.
Again, the dark countertops and flooring with the white cabinetry. I must be onto something – it seems to be a recurring theme.
And another. Also a great example of displaying art successfully in a normally utilitarian room.