Ce­ramic tiling

Country Homes & Interiors - - COUNTRY KITCHEN SPECIAL -

af­ter a long, hot sum­mer, indigo’s deep, Mediter­ranean charms are wel­come in our homes. this burst of jewel-like colour feels par­tic­u­larly re­fresh­ing fol­low­ing on the heels of the trend for dark black-based blues, but indigo is a force­ful shade that re­quires a strong com­mit­ment in the kitchen. Make it more liv­able by com­bin­ing solid blocks of indigo on cab­i­netry and splash­backs with two-tone pat­terned floor tiles, as Mar­tin Moore has in this spir­ited de­sign. ‘the oily-iri­des­cent sur­face of the ce­ramic splash­back tiles re­flect the light, which al­lowed us to use this strong shade on a large area with­out over­pow­er­ing the room,’ says de­signer toni sil­ver of Mar­tin Moore.

Mar­tin Moore’s Englishkitchen, painted in Grey Stone and Ink, from £35,000. Trel­lisfloor tiles in Lat­tice, £89.70sq m, Fired Earth. New Ter­ra­cottasplash­back tiles in Ox­ide, £195sq m, Do­mus.

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