Fancy something a little bit luxurious yet surprisingly practical? We've got the answer for you, Busca. This antiqued mirrored tile reflects plenty of natural light, disguises water marks and stains and still looks amazing with well pretty much any style of room. We show you five ways to dress this mirrored tile to work for you.
The Dramatic Bathroom
The current trend for moody, dark hues is everywhere and works brilliantly in the bathroom to create a cosy, warming sanctuary. The Busca Bronze and Abrasio Basalt tiles are the perfect moody combo as the bronze tile fits into the colour palette but keeps the look brighter and cleaner. If the scratched concrete tile Abrasio is a little too much for you, try the much softer stone effect Staunton in Graphite.
To complete this moody look we've paired the tiles with a deep midnight blue free standing bath and contemporary free standing unit in this gorgeous olive colour. Add some gold accents to contrast with the bronze and add some textural interest.
The Unexpected Bar
Harking back to New York City in the 1970s and the decadence of Studio 54, this townhouse has a living room bar! We love the use of our Busca tile by @no.8project, a stunning backdrop to a small alcove unit. The muted colour palette of the unit surround contrasting with the charcoal pouffe and rich velvet sofa complete the look. Mix and match your materials to create plenty of texture and interest and why not add in a touch of neon just for fun!
The New Neutral
The antiqued effect of Busca works perfectly in this neutral scheme, adding a new dimension to a muted colour palette. The bevelled edge throws the light around and distorts the splashback making it appear bigger. We love how @skspannu has added a pop of pattern on the floor but kept it neutral by using a monochrome tile, our Brixton floor tile is the perfect choice for adding the wow factor. Pair the look with an off-white wall, plenty of wood and a few key plants and you've got yourself a beautifully simple kitchen.
The Regal Tub
Be inspired by @victoria_el_abaire and add a touch of decadence to a small space by going all out on the accessories; bold mirrored tiles, a freestanding tub and a gorgeous chandelier will all help set the tone. Opt for a herringbone laying pattern on the floor as this will give the illusion of a wider and longer space, we recommend the Mora mosaic as the smaller chevron will help make the space look even bigger.
Above The Fireplace
We love the current trend for a maximalist home where pattern, texture and different surfaces all come together to create a harmonious and comforting space. With this in mind, we've looked at different ways of using our tiles within the home and our mirrored Busca range works perfectly as an actual mirror! We've tiled nine flat 30x30 tiles together and used a coloured grout to add to the vintage look. Paired with classic Minton Hollins tiles in the alcove, a patterned fireplace (Batik Black) and a darker wood effect floor (Andira Burnt Ebony) the room comes together by using a monochromatic colour palette; touches of gold then bring a pop of colour to the space.
Decided to feature Busca in your home? Tag us on Instagram @toppstiles so we can see the finished look!