Whether you’re on the hunt for a new backsplash, shower or fireplace tile, then consider the arabesque pattern sweeping the design universe. Its unique and traditional shape is equally curvy and sharp, making it universally appealing and excitingly geometric. The arabesque shape allows you to break away from criteria like subway tile, while embracing the expression of a regimented, staggered pattern.
Georgette Westerman Interiors
An unconventional white ceramic backsplash does in fact exist!
Markay Johnson Construction
Rochelle Broadhead went the nontraditional route using a tile backsplash in Ann Sacks’ Chrysalis Marrakech.
Cynthia Karegeannes, Registered Architect
When you install arabesque tile, designer Cynthia Karegeannes urges you lay out each wall individually and hire the very best installer you can find.
Karen Viscito Interiors
Beveled arabesque tiles from Mosaic Tile Stone literally add dimension to a space: The bevel creates a smart, contemporary zing.
Lori Smyth Design
Large-scale arabesque tiles operate beautifully as floor tiles.
JacksonBuilt Custom Homes
A strip of arabesque tile adds an ornate touch to this otherwise plain shower enclosure.
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
Handmade arabesque-shape tiles by Walker Zanger bring about the unique form and colour scheme of this master bath shower.
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
Tile meets with this bathroom. You’ll find it used on the backsplash, tub surround and shower partitions.
Handmade ceramic tiles Busby Gilbert introduce colour and dimension to this Chicago kitchen.
Aneka Interiors Inc..
Four colours of arabesque tiles combine to create a multihued, ornate kitchen backsplash.
Harry Braswell Inc..
Arabesque tiles replace what are a shower enclosure. It’s excitingly geometric!