>Art Tile, with its timeless demand . . .


Hand painted tile has been used for centuries in countries around the world. From brilliantly colored and solid Spanish tiles to customary blue and white delft tiles, ceramic attractive tile has a number of uses.

What defines Art Tile?

Art tile was first created in the 14th century in Spain and Portugal. The tiles were first one color, and used in a checkerboard model for chess boards. Enhancing patterns, pictures and friezes were added and as the reputation of the tile grew, exteriors and interiors of homes began to be tiles with the pretty attractive patterns.

Where Can Art Tile Be Used?
Art tile can be purchased at SHREEJIArtica gallery soon…

(In display: SG11240, SG11241 & SG213F)

Be sure to keep the desired area to be tiled in mind when purchasing art tiles. If the area in question is a floor, be sure that the tiles are rated for floor and will not crack from pressure, or be overly slippery when wet. Thicknesses of art tiles can vary greatly, so be sure to keep that in mind when preparing the substrate, or combining art tiles with other materials.

Pratik Patel (B.D.M.)
Shreeji Ceramic Ind.
Morbi (INDIA)

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Your home is an essential part of you. It reflects your personality and taste and says something about who you are but a Home also has to be practical. SHREEJI ceramic offers customary & exclusive wall and vitrified tiles in all sizes with drops of art and fashion. Our inspirational range of contemporary designs finishes and colour schemes is the perfect combination of form function for today's lifestyle. “Excellence” is a way of Life at Shreeji Ceramic Ind., it knows no boundaries nor is it a fixed standard. It is a “state” that is continuously changing and evolving. It pushes us to reach even more challenging Standards of Performance.

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