One of the emerging formats in ceramics is that defined by Fingers tiles. These listels often called Kit Kat tiles feature a thin, rectangular size and are used to give character and highlight certain spaces in design projects. Laid on mesh like mosaics or ready to install, they are the ideal solution to enhance a bar counter, make the backsplash of a kitchen stand out, or define a backdrop in a bathroom or living area.
What are Kit Kat tiles
The term “Kit Kat” is often used to describe tiles with a size ratio similar to popular candy bars.
They have an elongated rectangular format. This unusual size may vary in format, but generally long and narrow compared to traditional tiles.
They are characterized by a modular style. Kit Kat tiles can be laid according to horizontal or vertical rows to create a distinctive look.
Where can Kit kat tiles be used?
Kit Kat tiles can be used to decorate the walls of any kind of space. This type of material is often found in kitchens and bathrooms, but they are increasingly being used by architects and interior designers for commercial businesses.
This sort of wall coverings are a good solution to give style and character to certain spaces in the home. They can be used to breathe new life into hallway walls, to brighten up a living room, or even to add a touch of personality to a bedroom.
Of the smaller sizes available, kit kat tiles are an ideal choice for compact living and commercial spaces. If you have a small kitchen and want to create a backsplash or shower niche, for example, using thin, narrow tiles is a great idea. With this type of tile you can add a touch of style and at the same time make the space practical and functional.
Laying Kit Kat tiles
These tiles are often chosen for design projects that seek to add a modern, unique and eye-catching touch to interior spaces. Their versatility allows you to experiment with different layouts and designs, adding an element of originality to room decoration.
Kit Kat tiles are often used to create decorative effects, design details and interesting color gradients. They can be used in both residential and commercial projects, such as kitchens, bathrooms, partitions and other architectural elements.
Due to their unique dimensions, Kit Kat tiles can be installed in different laying solutions to create customized visual effects, such as diagonal patterns or artistic misalignments. They can also tile curvilinear surfaces, creating impressive solutions.
The Hashi Collection
Twelve glossy shades and one matt for an innovative collection, a relief element in 10x30cm/4 “x12” format that lends itself to different horizontal or vertical laying solutions. An essential design but with a strong presence, enhancing the three-dimensionality of the ceramic material.
The colors allow for the creation of contrasting or delicate ton sur ton combinations. This collection also can be coordinated with the Fluid series, a uniform range of colors and shades that leave room for designers’ imagination to create ever-original combinations of poses.