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Warm and organic kitchen design featuring our white handmade square tiles

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Some of our clients look for splashback tiles to add a pop of colour or pattern to their kitchen… and others use texture to create depth and interest. And that’s exactly what Jess Harris of Sunday Harris did in her newly renovated warm and organic kitchen design.

The earliest and easiest choice we made was the gorgeous square tile for our splashback. We chose the handmade 100 x 100mm Spanish square tile in matte white. The handmade-style finish gives just the right amount of texture — exactly what we were looking for.

Jess H.

Our range of handmade tiles includes square and rectangular shapes, in every colour of the rainbow. And we also have matte, gloss or crackle glaze finishes. Just as Jess described, handmade tiles add texture to a space. This is because their irregular surface catches light and casts shadows in interesting ways, achieving a sense of depth.

Modern minimalist kitchen design with warm materials palette

Suiting a broad range of design styles, from coastal to contemporary, handmade tiles are a popular kitchen splashback option. While subway shapes continue to trend, the square shape is emerging as the hot new favourite.

We took inspiration from mediterranean design, and opted for a palette of wood tones below and white above.

Jess H.

With a brief to create a bright and white kitchen, featuring simple and natural finishes, we think Jess nailed her kitchen project. If you love the splashback tile she chose, you can shop it online here.

We hope this organic kitchen design has inspired you for your next renovation project. For more information, leave a comment below or email us at hello@tilerepublic.com.au

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