There were so many gorgeous tile collections in Grespania Ceramica’s exhibit booth that it made it a bit of a challenge to narrow down my favorite to one collection. But, as cliched as this may be, the opulent Lord porcelain collection had me at “hello.” I didn’t even have a chance to enter the booth before I fell under its spell of glamorous, yet minimalistic Asian-inspired design allure executed in a sumptuous, nearly opalescent and refined metallic shimmer.
Ceramic wall tiles from the Lord collection – Lord Marfil, Lord Plata and Windsor. Tile facade on bath vanity – Lord Byron in White.
The Lord collection by Grespania was my showroom favorite, and within the collection the “Nijo” 30 cm by 90 cm wall tile resonated with me the most. The colors and patterns recalled all the decorative characteristics of Japanese art and design that intrigues and captivates me. (Partial view of “Nijo” tile plank.)
Detail Views of my favorite tile from Grespania’s Lord collection, Nijo.
Grespania deftly captures in ceramics the timeless beauty of Japanese textiles that pay homage to Nature’s endless enchantment.
Partial board view of porcelain tiles from the Lord collection by Grespania.
Resources: Grespania, Tile of Spain, Cevisama