Saturday, October 23, 2010

Tile Stalking


I'll leave you with something pretty for the weekend. A link to these gorgeous tiles was sent through to me by Will, in Canada (killer apple pie recipe on Will's site by the way, made it last night).

Thanks Will, once again I have spent ages lost in a tile website! If only I had something to tile.


I'm sorry, but these are the most beautiful tiles I have ever seen. Big statement. But true.



Do they stop your heart?
(putting aside your cleaning concerns... I know you are a very practical and sensible bunch).
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28 comments:

  1. Yes they are beautiful tiles. Cleaning? I only think about the cleaning when it's something I don't like!
    Have a great weekend.
    Pamela xx

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  2. Yes, I have been lusting after the chevron marble they have for a few months now. Everything is just amazing!
    Have a wonderful weekend! xo

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  3. lol......"cleaning concern" - exactly what I was thinking. But yeeeesss, just the most gorgeous, delicious, droolable tiles A-M.

    Just need someone to clean them lol

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  4. I think having those tiles in YOUR bathroom allows me to enjoy them without cleaning them....lovely!
    Off for a family day out- enjoy yours!

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  5. Hello A-M, I agree, these tiles are absolutely FANTASTIC! you have to keep this in your "must do" file!! have a lovely weekend. Colette x

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  6. They are definitely gorgeous! In a house with tiles that absorb every itsby bitsy bit of dirt - surely these would be a piece of cake.

    Im really worried that your stuff has been taken! If it doesnt arrive monday let me know and i'll ship more to you. Of all people you are the one i was wishing with everything that that you would be over the moon with your lovelies and they havent yet arrived... Im so sorry! Kellie xxxx

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  7. WOW that is stunning!!!! PLEASE use them in your next house A-M! Have a lovely weekend,
    Jxx

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  8. Wow! They are like my grandparents old wall paper in a tile!

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  9. Kellie sweetie, chill... if there is anyone who has become patient beyond all comprehension with the postal service in this country, it is moi. Why is my store taking so long? ... orders I made 6 months ago, still floating in the south china sea. It will get here.. and when it does, I'll get SHOUTY... and show everyone my gorgeous goodies. A-M xx

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  10. I agree, they are just devine.
    I almost think they would be worth the cleaning.
    Thanks for sharing and giving me something else to want that I can't have :-)
    Mekaela

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  11. Girls, re tiles, I don't think they ship down here to the 'colonies'. I'll investigate. A-M xx

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  12. Thanks for the link love A-M.

    You actually made the pie, I am so happy.

    Did you modify the recipe or make it as posted? I only ask, as this is as close to how I make the pie as I can remember. I always do it by taste and smell and the volumes are never exactly the same. I bake like I cook, on the fly and by instinct.

    So, any input would be welcome.

    All the best to you, your family, and your friends.

    ~
    Will.

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  13. Will, didn't use the lard, used butter (Dietitan colleagues, cover your eyes). Used 'Granny Smith' apples. Even made a special trip to local shop to get ground cloves. I was focussed. A-M xx

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  14. I just want to pat those tiles they look so tactile. Imagine, if you were a kid you could get a sheet of paper and your best crayon and make a lovely rubbing!

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  15. they certainly are very beautiful tiles. I shudder how much grout one has to use - or do they come in sheets??

    Have a great weekend!

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  16. Wow...stunning! Don't know if I could get my husband to agree (due to practicality!) but oh how I can dream!!!

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  17. They are stunning, aren't they? Wouldn't the tilers love the idea of working with detail like this - I can hear the moans and groans now. But hey, it would so be worth it if your finished product was as gorgeous as this! K xx

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  18. Ha ha, the very first thing I thought was how difficult they would be to clean.

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  19. I thought the tiles were wallpaper at first. They are truly stunning. I could handle them as a feature wall. Then I wouldn't have to be so concerned with the cleaning issue:)

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  20. Ooh, A-M, thanks for sharing. They are just the bees' knees. Yet another thing for me to pin to my Pinterest boards! I hope the soggy weather has now passed you by up there. J x

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  21. Oh they stopped my heart! Just breathtakingly beautiful :)

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  22. These are magnificent. They remind me a lot of arabesque inlaid work. Just gorgeous.
    Happy weekend, Alcira

    thenerochronicles.blogspot.com

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  23. Oh yeah, they stop my heart! I adore New Ravenna tiles. There are a couple of other designs that blow my away. You HAVE to check out Octopus's Garden and Ganesha - GORGEOUS!

    Thanks for entering my giveaway - it'd be cool if Matt's painting makes its way to Australia. Good luck!

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  24. I am now besotted with those tiles and can't bear to think about the cleaning! You find some glorious house-related eye candy for us all! xx

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  25. They are so wonderful...I hope you had fun yesterday thanks for your lovely comment. cheers Katherine

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  26. these are seriously amazing tiles! my head is racing thinking up applications just looking at these images. love them! jx

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  27. They are stunning.....who cares about the cleaning......not today, anyway....xv

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Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave me a comment. I love hearing from you. A-M xx