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New Tile Designs by Neisha Crosland for Fired Earth

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New Tile Designs by Neisha Crosland for Fired Earth

Julie Carlson September 10, 2015

We’ve been obsessed with the work of British-born, London-based textile designer Neisha Crosland for more than a decade now. A graduate of the textile program at the Royal College of Art, she’s designed carpets for The Rug Company, surprisingly chic vinyl flooring for Harvey Maria, and wallpaper for Osborne & Little (they spotted her at her graduation show). Her recently launched tile collection for Fired Earth features her signature “geometric and symmetrical motifs inspired by architectural elements.” We’re on board. 

Florentine

Above: The Florentine collection in Pistachio.

Above: The Florentine collection is also available in Fog and Hessian. 

Atlas 

Above: The Atlas Tile in Domino Topaz is hand finished on a textured terracotta base with hand-applied gold and silver leaf. 

Above: The Atlas tile in Domino Saffron

Tulia

Above: The porcelain Tulia tile in the Hula Hoop pattern has a “soft eggshell, mildly glazed appearance.”

Above: The Tulia tile in Aladdin Granite

See her garden at Paris in London: Neisha Crosland’s Garden Oasis and take a look at her flooring for Harvey Maria in The Return of the Vinyl Floor Tile?

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