When you love the look of handmade tiles, but your home renovation budget doesn't quite stretch to having each tile piece made by hand, we have the perfect solution for you! Tile Club carries two styles of artisan ceramic tiles that have a handcrafted texture and glazed finish. This Moroccan tile style refers to intricate ceramic tiles that were shaped by hand from clay and dried in the sun before being baked in the kiln. Instead of being uniform and smooth, the hallmark of Zellige Tile is the unique finish and glaze that gives each tile a distinct appearance. Tile Club sells these handmade style tiles by the box at an unbeatable price per square foot for your kitchen makeover or bathroom remodel.
**In order to offer the best possible price per square foot for our zellige-style tiles, Mallorca and La Riviera collections both have an order minimum to qualify for free shipping. A $159 flat rate shipping charge will be applied if your cart total is under $499.99 - orders of these tiles qualify for free shipping when your cart total is $500 or more! Samples of these Zellige tiles ship for fee!
Tile Club's handmade tile styles are approved for indoor wall use. You can be install Zellige Tile backsplash for a farmhouse kitchen, a chic and airy walk-in shower enclosure, or add a beautiful tiled finish to your fireplace surround to suit any living rooms tyle!
We carry zellige-style ceramic tiles in both square and classic subway tiles, with a glazed finish that can add either bold color or a pearlescent sheen to your room! Click to compare the two finish options of these tiles! Tile Club's Mallorca tiles have a subtle matte finish and comes with two shades of gloss in each box to show off the stunning and unique look of these handmade style tiles. For the best results, we recommend laying out your tiles before applying your adhesive so you can play around with the finishes side by side and make sure you like the finished look! Choose from a range of soft colors, including pearl white, powder blue, dove gray, and celadon green, or add a matte black finish to your indoor walls, backsplash designs, showers, fireplace surrounds, and more!
If you prefer a high-gloss finish for the handcrafted surface, Tile Club's La Riviera tiles have a glossy shine paired with rich, glazed color. They come in vibrant jewel tones if you are looking to add shades of sapphire blue or jade green to your interior, or add soft shades of creamy white, blush pink, or lavender purple to your home!
Where you've seen Tile Club's artisan tiles - they're a favorite for HGTV celebrity designers and have been featured on TV multiple tiles! Ty Pennington chose our Mallorca Blue and Black ceramic subway tiles for Battle on the Beach, creating a coastal style bathroom for a beach house vacation rental! Their subtle sheen was a perfect fit for a coastal home, combined with a marble look porcelain tile for a low-maintenance floor that can stand up to sand, high-traffic use, and water splashes!
Dave and Jenny Marrs of Fixer to Fabulous also used Tile Club's Mallorca Blue tiles to makeover a traditional blue and white kitchen backsplash design! Both the pink and black tiles made an appearance on Rock the Block with David Bromstad and Tiffany Brooks, creating a pink and gold shower for a downstairs shower, and a black and white tuxedo bathroom for the upstairs master suite!
Utah interior designer House of Jade chose Tile Club's La Riviera Blanc white ceramic subway tiles for their basement bathroom remodel. The glossy ceramic surface was the right choice to help incerase natural light in the downstairs bathroom. They paired the creamy white shower and backsplash walls with a gray and white marble checkerboard floor pattern with Tile Club's white Thassos marble and Carrara marble tiles!
Their natural look has become a welcome trend for interiors that embrace an organic finish. As interior designers and homeowners started to turn to prize personality and distinct details to set houses apart, these Zellige tiles have started to come to the forefront of decorator’s must-have lists!
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