I absolutely love this house. Every bit of it. This completely renovated home, located in Barcelona, was designed by Egue y Seta. Original wooden beams were restored, and the kitchen (LOVE!) now expands 1/3 of the ground floor. I am totally enamoured with the tumbling block patterned tile that is used throughout the majority of the home – and don’t get me started on the tiny hexagon tiles. L O V E !!!!!! (via Micasa)
Splendide… ABsolument incroyable… Des couleurs fraiches et vives, des formes originales et atypiques, des aménagements bien pensés… J'ai vraiment la sensation de partir en voyage… Un voyage doux et relaxant… Merci pour cette petite perle revigorante et presque ennivrante !
I agree with you, you have to just love it!!
FINALLY – SOMEONE WHO DARES TO DECORATE TO THEIR OWN, PERSONAL, JOYFUL, PLAYFUL TASTES – NOT JUST FOR RESALE VALUE. HOORAH, A HOME, NOT A COMMODITY.
Does anyone know where I can buy these tiles?
Thanks for the compliments!! NOBO.
hi! can anyone please give me a link to a manufactorer or a shop who sells this kinds of tiles?
Hello, we bought the tiles via mosaico del sur. In our new project we have the same type but with the pattern a size bigger.
Could you please tell me the color's code that was used in the living room?
for the tiles google "tumbling block tile"
sorry but we do not know what colours were used.
Love this place, the imagination to use a giant terrarium thingy as dividing wall… and the tiles, which are a big part of old Barcalona home style, just so lovely. The only thing is, I would so trip over that iron shelving in the kitchen, how it sticks out at the bottom. It would be disaster. One glass of wine and keer-aash!!!!