7 Art & Fashion Inspired Luxury Ceramic Tiles from Aparici

Pop/Art inspired porcelain wall tiles. | The Decorating Diva, LLC

One of the most popular installation of wall tiles at Cevisama 2015 was Spanish luxury tile maker Aparici’s eye-catching wall vignette composed of various Pop/Art gloss ceramic tiles.

Shell-like pottery shard inspired ceramic wall tiles. | The Decorating Diva, LLC

Potentially one of the prettiest mosaic-style/pottery shards inspired wall tile collections I’ve seen in a very long time. When I look at this tile installation, each piece reminds me of individual seashells in a myriad of colors, shapes and patterns gracing the water’s edge.

Light pink porcelain tiles shown in bathroom vignette. | The Decorating Diva, LLC

Neo-classic beauty. Printed porcelain tiles in sublime shades of ethereal rose to blushing pink.

Gold edged brocade patterned on white porcelain tile. | The Decorating Diva, LLC

“Elegy” porcelain wall tile with gilded details in a sumptuous brocade pattern.

Chic sophistication in luxury wall tiles inspired by fashion patterns and prints. | The Decorating Diva, LLC

Sexy, sophisticated and loads of fashion styling combine to produce this intoxicatingly luxe and chic wall tile collection from Aparici dressed in seductive animal prints and exotic bird feathers.

Damask printed bathroom wall tiles. | The Decorating Diva, LLC

Aparici’s delicate damask patterned porcelain wall tiles in a pearly antique white finish lend timeless elegance rooted in design tradition to a contemporary bathroom interior.

Fossilized and salvaged wood appeal in ceramic floor tiles. | The Decorating Diva, LLC

If you just believed your eyes, you’d be convinced that this flooring was aged, distressed salvaged wood planks complete with the rich patina of peeling paint. But you’d be wrong. Oh, so very wrong. These beauties from Aparici are in reality porcelain floor planks rendered both in a visual and textural fashion to emulate the highly desirable and very much on trend desire for antique wood planks and fossilized wood boards.