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Exploring Mid Century Modern Tiles at Tesselle

Karin Jeske

Mid Century Modern Tiles
At Tesselle, we are often asked about our favorite tile styles and inspirations. While we carry an array of stunning designs, there's a special place in our hearts for the modern tiles that pay homage to the iconic designers of the mid-20th century.

We started Tesselle in 2012 with the idea of bringing modern design to the hand-made art of cement tiles, which was invented in Spain in the 1800s.

Our passion for this era is evident in every tile in this collection, from the rhythmic waves of Ipanema and Copacabana to the vibrant Tapa-inspired designs by the renowned artist Shag. Each piece tells a story of innovation and creativity, capturing the essence of a bygone era while infusing it with contemporary flair.

Another of our favorite collaborations has been with the visionary artist Jim Isermann, whose graphic patterns bring a bold and dynamic energy to our collection. His designs resonate with those who appreciate the intersection of art and functionality, making a statement in any space they adorn.

The Zephyr Collection, which was created in collaboration with Minty's Design,  draws inspiration from our very own breeze blocks, translating their architectural beauty into exquisite tile patterns that captivate the imagination.

As we continue to innovate and evolve, we eagerly anticipate what the future holds for Tesselle and our beloved mid-20th century-inspired designs. With each new collection, we strive to celebrate the legacy of the designers who paved the way for us, while forging our own path in the world of modern tile design.

So whether you're drawn to the nostalgia of mid-century aesthetics or simply appreciate the timeless beauty of well-crafted tiles, we invite you to explore our collection and discover the perfect piece to elevate your space.

At Tesselle, our love for modern design knows no bounds - click here to see our latest collection of mid-century inspired tiles!

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