Not only kitchens and bathrooms, but also living rooms, bedrooms and stairs – ceramic tiles decorate the interior. More and more often they can be found as a finish for countertops and even furniture fronts. It is an ideal solution for everyone who wants to emphasise the individuality of a room and give the interior a noble elegance.

Modern ceramic tiles compete more and more boldly with traditional stone and wood. The highest quality materials, modern technologies and careful workmanship make designers and architects increasingly willing to look for unusual applications for ceramic tiles.

Large-scale effect

Large-format ceramic plates are used to cover countertops, furniture or stairs. Due to the smaller thickness, large surface without joints, as well as the faithful preservation of the pattern, XXL tiles successfully replace a much heavier and more difficult to process stone. Moreover, ceramics offers a much wider range of patterns and structures.

Advantages of ceramic cladding

Furniture finished with ceramic tiles is also a convenience for users. They are easy to maintain, resistant to dirt and high temperatures. That is why they are so eagerly used in kitchen spaces not only to cover the fronts of cabinets, but also as countertops and islands. Quick and easy care will keep the room perfectly clean. Unlike natural stone, they do not require impregnation and always look amazing.

Homogeneous composition

The wide use of ceramic tiles allows for an impressive total look. A homogeneous space full of momentum, however, requires creativity and a lot of courage. By creating a monochrome interior with the White Opal collection, we will introduce harmony and balance to the interior. The high gloss of the tiles will soften the severity of the stone, giving it softness and warmth. This composition will be complemented by a tiled shower, sinks and shelves, which will deepen the three-dimensionality of the mineral layers. It is also a great way to visually enlarge the space. The tiles will subtly reflect the light, which will emphasise the shades of blue, grey, purple and brown, referring to precious stones.

Painting background

Matching the style of the fronts to the tiles on the walls and floors is an ideal base for accessories. The Ambra Bianca collection, inspired by the white variety of amber, combines subtly rusty colours with an irregular network of connections that shows the beauty of untamed nature. The effect of the tiles will appeal to people who value jewellery and luxurious interiors. The uniform space gives a wide range of arrangement options, which will fit into delicate, golden or silver shades, giving the matte surface of the tiles a bit of glow and lightness. The whole will be complemented by furniture or lamps with rounded, gentle shapes, introducing a note of delicacy and cosiness.

Get inspired!

Examples of stylish use of stoneware and ceramic tiles in interiors can be found in the new edition ofOpen the Door for Tubądzin. Ula Michalak, an interior stylist who runs the blog interiorsdesignblog.com, used ceramic cladding from the Specchio Carrara and Pietrasanta collections by Tubądzin Group in an intriguing and unusual way. In the kitchen, they are located in the spaces between the cabinets and on the countertops, creating a coherent, highly personalised arrangement. In the bathroom, tiles appeared in the shower and as a finish to the washbasin. The interior design was made by a friend of the blogger, Magdalena Sobula.