I found a company that has a proposal of simply crazy and particular tiles!
It is English and his name is Claybrook Studio, which for some years has been one of the emerging innovations in the distribution and sale of tiles, made of different materials ranging from ceramics to glass to even marble.
This company started as a start-up with the ambitious idea of three managers already very experienced in this field, who in fact previously worked for one of the leading tile companies in England: the Fired Earth (now therefore competitor of Claybrook itself).
The impact of Claybrook on national media
I discovered this new company and it struck me a lot, first of all because it is a start-up (often synonymous with innovation) and because British home furnishing magazines boldly bet on the impact that Claybrook can have on people.
In fact, 26 acclaimed tiling concepts presented themselves to the press, and they seem to have a crazy marketing team!
Andrew Manders, one of the founders of Claybrook, revealed that the essence of their way of designing tiles lies in “building timeless works with first choice materials”.
In particular, the following collections intrigued me.
The Claybrook East Heaven Collection
The East Heaven collection recalls the homonymous US city of Connecticut, known for its marble production.
It is indeed the marble that is the leading element of the collection that has sixteen different types of tiles, all of which are furrowed by very elegant gray and golden veins.
This type of tile is well suited as a finishing work for the bathroom but it can also be used as a coating for the kitchen.
The Claybrook Aura Collection
The idea goes well with facades of shops or bars but, thanks to its glossy and shiny effect, the tiles can also be placed in the bathroom or kitchen.
The Claybrook Giardinetto Collection
The Giardinetto collection is made of ceramic, with a glossy finish. The team was inspired by Italy for this collection.
Much appreciated by the press, these tiles are available in very fine and elegant colors such as teal green, emerald green and pale pink and are well placed in private villas or luxury and classy shops.