Delft Tiles

Add Flair to Your Kitchen Backsplash With Delft Tiles

If you’re looking for a unique way to add flair to your home decor, consider using Delft Tiles. They’ve been around for centuries and have long been used to decorate homes. A recent article in House and Garden magazine highlighted the use of Delft tiles in interior design. The long-lasting beauty of these tiles means that they can be used for more than just flooring. In fact, they are now an essential part of home decorating.

A popular tile style of the 18th century, Delft tiles were used to decorate the Bardo palace in Tunis, palaces in Lisbon and convents in Salvador de Bahia. These tiles are often associated with blue and remained associated with Delft for centuries. In the 1970s, the Delft tile was imported to the United States by a company called Country Floors. It was during this time that the American appreciation of European ceramic tile culture began to grow.

The Delft tile design is derived from the Dutch town of Delft. The Dutch started to produce tin-glazed earthenware in the late 15th century, and there were pottery establishments throughout the country. Delft was the center of production, with nearly 30 pottery companies in the area by the late 17th century. These tiles were often reproduced Chinese wares in blue and white. The Delft tiles were so popular that they were exported to other countries, including Russia, China and Japan.

The Delft collection of OETA tiles offers tiles in a variety of designs. Some designs feature painted scenes, while others feature a blank center. A number of designs are available in sizes that correspond to the picture tiles. You can use either type of Delft tile for your backsplash or as a centerpiece for a wall-mounted picture. These tiles work perfectly with light counters and white cabinets. A backsplash made with Delft tiles is a stunning way to make your home look more luxurious.

The Dutch tile industry was world-renowned for more than two centuries. At that time, over 800 million tiles were handmade and decorated. Today, many of these tiles are still used for modern decoration and restoration projects. It’s worth a look if you’re looking for a unique tile.

The style was widely used for household and ornamental ceramics, including Delftware. Decorative tiles in this style are often known as Delft Blue. However, other types of Delft tiles are not as popular. You can still find many examples of these beautiful tiles on the market today. So what are you waiting for? Get inspired and start shopping for some of the best examples! You’ll be glad you did!

The first series of Dutch wall tiles dates back to 1590. It features primitive fish depictions that show the influence of Italian craftsmen, who fled Antwerp to create these pieces. In time, tile makers became more creative and responded to the growing demand for more dazzling scenes. For instance, in the 1650s, tile makers began creating more exotic, fantastical scenes. They also started incorporating more ancient themes into their designs, including scenes from the Hebrew Bible and the Qur’an.

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