extraordinary   tiles
handmade in France
black & white
besso ceramique
Blacks can simply be one of the colours we rotate the patterns around in your block of 12 but ,if you’d prefer a bit more freedom, we also provide miniature tile images that you can use to specify a whole kitchen.  See the design section for more details.
… and why stop at black?  You can swap in half-size coloured tiles too and produce something really rather spectacular.  The ultimate mid- century modern look.
9 Patterns
We said we had a plan to simplify ordering the black & white range and it’s a very simple one.  You just split your order into blocks of 12 tiles, choose the ratio of patterns to plain tiles (in this example 9 patterned tiles to 3 plain) and then decide how much white and terracotta you want in the final ‘look’.  We do the rest. Each subsequent block of 12 uses the exact same mix of tiles - we just vary which pattern is in which colour.  Simple!
7 Patterns
4 Patterns
…the same again, but with a higher incidence of white tiles.
…and this one more white still
the layout above is simply these duplicated blocks of the same 12 tiles.
… or even whole coloured tiles.
…and of course, if you just want white - that’s fine too!
besso ceramique
handmade in France
extraordinary tiles
black & white
besso ceramique
Blacks can simply be one of the colours we rotate the patterns around in your block of 12 but ,if you’d prefer a bit more freedom, we also provide miniature tile images that you can use to specify a whole kitchen.  See the design section for more details.
… and why stop at black?  You can swap in half-size coloured tiles too and produce something really rather spectacular.  The ultimate mid- century modern look.
9 Patterns
We said we had a plan to simplify ordering the black & white range and it’s a very simple one.  You just split your order into blocks of 12 tiles, choose the ratio of patterns to plain tiles (in this example 9 patterned tiles to 3 plain) and then decide how much white and terracotta you want in the final ‘look’.  We do the rest. Each subsequent block of 12 uses the exact same mix of tiles - we just vary which pattern is in which colour.  Simple!
7 Patterns
4 Patterns
…and this one more white still
… or even whole coloured tiles.
…and of course, if you just want white - that’s fine too!
the layout above is simply made up of these duplicated blocks of the same 12 tiles.
…the same again, but with a higher incidence of white tiles.
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