The New Jigsaw Tiles by Neisha Crosland

I’ve always been a fan of surface pattern designer Neisha Crosland so it was a foregone conclusion that I would love her new encaustic tile collection called Jigsaw.

Her distinctive patterns have been married with unusual tile shapes that fit together to create stunning floor and wall decorations. The six patterned tiles play with shapes from squares to a diamond, a fan and a hexagonal. They explore optic angles and stars, castellated edges, overlapping lines and dynamic geometrics. And all in a kaleidoscope of colours that we recognise as pure Neisha, such as dusty pinks, jades, primrose and pomegranate.

Neisha says  ‘ a good pattern is one that people can connect with. It must have a sense of familiarity but at the same time the design must surprise them with its freshness.’

Jigsaw does just that.

The New Jigsaw Tiles by Neisha Crosland

Fern in Smoke Sage

The New Jigsaw Tiles by Neisha Crosland

Sun in Sludge Grey

The New Jigsaw Tiles by Neisha Crosland

Mac-Maize in Ochre

The New Jigsaw Tiles by Neisha Crosland

Rattan in Slate Smoke

The New Jigsaw Tiles by Neisha Crosland

Moghul Patch in Tumeric Slate

The New Jigsaw Tiles by Neisha Crosland

Hopscotch in Pomato Pink

The New Jigsaw Tiles by Neisha Crosland

Available from Artisans of Devizes.

 

You Might Also Like

GET CREATIVE WITH KITCHEN TILES

MORNING, NOON, NIGHT: A WAY OF LIVING WITH BERT & MAY TILES

TRENDS: GREEN AND TROPICAL TURNS UP ON TILES

 

RELATED POSTS

4 Comments

  1. Reply

    Steve Jones

    May 28, 2018

    Designer and quality tiles added plus elements in your interiors, so it is essential to choose right for your home. Jigsaw would be a great choice.

    • Reply

      deardesigner

      May 28, 2018

      I agree Steve:-)

  2. Reply

    Vritika| Flats

    May 24, 2018

    The tiles are amazing! Really custom made and I love that it comes in almost every colour and pattern 🙂

    • Reply

      deardesigner

      May 24, 2018

      Glad you like them 🙂

LEAVE A COMMENT

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.