Geometric forms and classic, timeless color concepts are always a winning combination that always upsets designers and interior designers and can be used very skillfully in interiors. Today we are happy to introduce you to a good example of this.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby designed two new indoor-outdoor collections for Studio Mutina, which leave the creative control to the client himself, creating a quirky space thanks to the timeless combination of the tiles themselves. The inspiration of both designers came from the experiments with geometric shapes, colors, patterns and the versatility of their design. Take a look and just imagine what can be done with it! The "puzzle" collection of tiles includes geometric shapes in boundless ways to order on your wall or on the floor. Depending on how you lay the tiles and what colors you use, you achieve a simple tone-on-tone color scheme or a dramatic look of the room. The monochrome tiles can be mixed so that their combination radiates cozy moments and tranquility. With cool, geometric patterns you achieve an excellent look that brings an abstract, but also individual flair to your home.
Do not let your flooring appear boring.
Playing with geometric shapes on the floor and on the wall
A simple interior design allows bold decisions, such as for the flooring.
The formed shapes on the wall depend only on your creativity.
The wood look is very well integrated into the color concept of the tiles.
Under the kitchen top, the geometry prevails.
The creative collection includes eight chromatic tile groups. The neutral color scheme represents the Faroe Islands, Gotland, the Åland Islands, Anglesey and Skye. The warmer and lighter tile patterns are associated with the islands of Crete, Milos and Murano. Each of these groups contains a great composition of six graphic patterns in three colors, as well as a set of two symmetrical prints in two colors and three monochrome variations. The Mistral collection is based on terracotta tiles, which were invented in ancient Italian barns and homesteads. They were placed at the edges of the rooms and this contributed to a natural ventilation in their interior. The unconventional designs have been retained for centuries and now reveal an innovative atmosphere in the interior with its 3-D form, which plays very skillfully with light and shadow. The tiles can be used in various variations to achieve the desired look. You can easily create the trendy relief look of the walls, also very effective with the 3-D tiles from the designer collection.
The light source in relief walls is of great importance.
Graphite-colored relief wall created with 3-D tiles.