INTRODUCTION OFFER UNTIL JUNE 14 - This item is only PART 1  "Confessions of a foodie". You can add PART 2 HERE if you´ll like to combine the 2 individual boxes.


This item consists of 15 fired tiles, hand printed in our Cph studio. Dimensions: 15x15 cm (45X75 cm in total). Depth: 8 mm. 


Colors: Light Grey, Vintage Plum, Olive, Sorbet, Salvie, Emerald, Pale Curry and Black. Plain tiles: Off white and Grey.


Note: The tiles are packed individually, so you can place them, as you like. The picture is just a suggestion.


 


Availability: In stock

€198.62

Confessions of a foodie, Part 1- TILEMIX 15 pcs.

About the handmade product: ARTTILES CERAMIC are hand printed in our Copenhagen Studio in Denmark. Here old graphic printing methods come back to life, as the porcelain tiles are decorated by hand with colored glazes of high quality. The tiles are then fired the old-fashioned way, which ensures them their beautiful finish and hardy durability. ARTTILES CERAMIC are super suitable for kitchen- and bathrooms and can withstand daily use and cleaning. The tiles are freeze proof for outdoor use. In need of specific measurements, the tiles can be cut into.


ARTTILES is an artistic product: All ARTTILES are designed by artists Trine Galschiøt and Anette Nørmark. Each tile is unique and never has quite the same expression. There may also be minor inaccuracies, which emphasize the product's originality. 


Limited edition: Due to artistic principles, every backsplash by ARTTILES is made in limited editions of 50 prints of each design and color. Please notice that the particular design will be removed from the collection, within reaching the sales-maximum of 50. 


Installing your ARTTILES: ARTTILES are installed as regular tiles with glue and grout/joint sealant. We recommend sealing the tiles as it adds extra protection against excessive moisture. Please be aware of grout film! Once the grout is in place, clean up any remaining excess with a wet, but not saturated, soft sponge or cloth. As the grout has set, a powdery film may appear: Use a soft clean cloth to polish of the powdery film. We recommend using MIRA, which is easy to work with and leaves minimal film. If the powdery film still occurs, use a grout detergent, e.g. DETERDEK cleaner, to wash of your tiles.