Tile of Spain is back from our trip across the Atlantic to Cevisama, the International Ceramic Tile Fair, held at the Feria Valencia in Spain. We were pleased to bring our Passport to Creativity contest winners on the trip. During the course of the 4 day show we were able to see just a sampling of the nearly 700 tile exhibitors at the show.
One of the tile trends we saw exhibited in full force was the look of reclaimed wood. Spanish tile makers have once again pushed the envelope on wood looks evolving the trend from wood looks into reclaimed wood territory.… Continue Reading
In honor of Valentine’s Day this week Tile of Spain has created a Pinterest board celebrating the color Red. The timing couldn’t be more perfect. Our new logo is red, the color of passion and creativity – perfect matches for Spanish ceramic tile!
Here’s a sampling of just a few of the tile images you’ll see on the page. Click on any image to see it in more detail. Check out our Pinterest page at pinterest.com/tileofspain for more.
The Gloss Collection in Red by Keraben.
Arlequín tile by Undefasa uses digital inkjet technology.
AGATHA PUZLE series by Pamesa in Carmin or red color.… Continue Reading
You may have noticed a change with Tile of Spain. We have redesigned our corporate logo to create an international umbrella image.
Cerámica de España in Spanish, the new look for Tile of Spain is designed to project a new, fresher image for the Spanish ceramic tile industry as a whole through the use of a more modern, streamlined, and simple style.
The first redesign since the mid 1980s, the new logo is consistent with Tile of Spain’s position at the forefront of the world market thanks to the outstanding quality and design of its products.
The unmistakable Spanish flair of the new logo fits in perfectly with the creativity, innovation and quality of Spanish ceramic wall and floor tiles.… Continue Reading
Tile of Spain is busy getting ready for Cevisama next week in Valencia, Spain. We are excited to showcase Spain to the Passport to Creativity contest winners. And of course to see the new designs and innovations from Spanish Ceramic Tile manufacturers.
Click here for a preview of select Spanish Tile manufacturers to be displayed at the 2013 Cevisama International Ceramic Tile and Bath Furnishings Show.
Interested in what the trip to Spain is all about? Read about the 2012 trip and see some great images here.
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Ceraspaña 30 is here!
Take a look at the newest edition of Ceraspaña, the official newsletter from Tile of Spain.
Published by ASCER and Tile of Spain, the journal features news from Tile of Spain manufacturers, a preview of Cevisama 2013, the newest designs, and all the latest industry news and events.
With editions in Spanish, French, English, German and Russian, Ceraspaña is distributed to ceramic tile distributors and sellers, interior designers and architects worldwide.
Read the magazine online at http://www.ceraspana.es/en.
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Spanish ceramic tile can be seen on commercial buildings or in homes. It can be used on interiors and exteriors. Here’s a look at some bathrooms featuring Tile of Spain products that will hopefully inspire your next design project.
If modern and dramatic is desired, consider Sea Silver series from Porcelanosa. The dimensional wavy silver tiles create a mirrored effect.
The Termal series from Pamesa features a textured look in gray and tan variations. This inkjet red body tile is available in wall and floor tiles.
The Provence series by Peronda features soft pastel colors in solids, florals and stripes.… Continue Reading
The winners of the Tile of Spain “Passport to Creativity” 2013 Contest were recently announced. Take a closer look at the winning entries!
Cheryl Kees Clendenon, President/ Lead Designer at In Detail Interiors, just said NO! to tumbled marble, and showcased the tile covered walls of her shop. Follow Cheryl on Twitter @InDetailSays.
Aneetha McLellan, Director of Interior Architecture at HDR Architecture, Inc, is dreaming of tile and her trip to Spain in February.
Robert M. Scarano, President/ Chief Architect at Scarano Architect PLLC, embraces Tile of Spain.
Steven Trott, Project Architect at Hnedak Bobo Group, has his hands full with Tile of Spain.… Continue Reading
To many people, the holiday season means travel: planes, trains, automobiles and hotels. Take a closer look at the surfaces in your hotel. Many hotel chains have realized that ceramic and porcelain tile from Tile of Spain is an ideal product for interiors.
“Starwood is really starting to understand hard surface and wants to promote their hypo-allergenic rooms,” says Ryan Fasan, Tile of Spain Ceramic Tile Consultant. “They are going with a porcelain plank from Porcelanosa. Hilton is also looking at going to a much more hard surface versus carpet.
Chances are you will also see more large format tile on walls.… Continue Reading
In design today you will find metallic ceramic styles bringing shine and shimmer to any space. Metallic tile styles range from exquisite and luxurious, to simple and minimalist, and Tile of Spain is on top of the trend.
Take a look at the examples below from Tile of Spain manufacturers. These are just a sample of what’s available.
Golden tones are used to create a glamorous look, while silver have a more sober shine. Coppery tones are increasingly becoming more popular. They bring warmth to the space they are used in and combine easily with neutral tones like black and white.… Continue Reading
Tile of Spain manufacturer Pamesa Ceramica has worked closely with Spanish fashion designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, also know as A.R.P, to create a series of red body tile that is bright, colorful and playful.
The designer infuses her unique and creative sense of style to the PUZLE series in 25×40 format. Take a look at some of the tiles in the collection. (Click on the image to see in more detail).
Introduced at Cersaie 2012, PUZLE is a spectacular, vibrant collection, that perfectly matches with the colors already available in the Pamesa catalog: yellow, orange, carmine, turquoise, pistachio and white, and straight line formats: 20×20 and 25×50.… Continue Reading