Collection by Diana Budds

These Need-to-Own Neutral Tiles Are the Opposite of Boring

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From a line inspired by the architectural works of Robert A.M. Stern to rich metallic tiles and colors that evoke the city of London, this crop of neutrals is anything but drab.

Fractal Ridge by Studio Conran for the House of British Ceramic Tile, from $5 per square foot The high-gloss wall tile...
Mews Industrial by Barber & Osgerby for Mutina, $20–50 per square foot With palette names like Fog, Pigeon, and Soot,...
Otto by Robert A.M. Stern Architects for Walker Zanger, from $26 per square foot Postmodern design is about...
Quartz Collection by Wilsonart, $60–80 per square foot (installed) A longtime leader in laminates, Wilsonart has taken...
Slimtech Type-32 by Diego Grandi for Lea Ceramiche, $220 per 7.9" x 78.8" piece Suitable for wall or floor...
Urban Armor by Martyn Lawrence Bullard for Ann Sacks, from $57 per square foot The triangular metallic tile comes in...
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