Image Interiors & Living is the best-read homes, interiors, and living magazine in Ireland, with 90,200 readers per issue. Throughout the magazine and the website, you’ll find stories of Irish creatives, inspiring spaces, and interesting design, alongside art, food, travel, and the outdoors. In their May/June issue, our “Delft” tile is included in the “Bathrooms” feature story. We are so excited to be featured alongside other luxury products like vanity basins, modern showers, and deluxe bath tubs.

Per the magazine, “Once upon a time choosing tiles and sanitaryware held little thrill, with limited choice in style or colour: white, or, perhaps, off-white? Today’s bathrooms are a significant departure from the functional, featureless rooms many of us grew up with, and the scale of difference means you can dabble in something more playful or plump for a signature piece, without overwhelming a budget or an interior.”

Inspired by early 17th century Dutch porcelain, the mosaics are hand crafted using four different colors of blue and white glass. The background is Opal Sea Glass™, and the distinctive iconography is a combination of three colors of jewel glass: Lapis Lazuli, Iolite, and Covelite. Each piece of glass is cut and shaped by hand and arranged to create a mosaic interpretation of the decorative motifs found in traditional Dutch delftware as well as the marine life native to the Eastern Shore of Virginia, where New Ravenna is located. Shown as 8″ x 8″ designs, the square mosaics can be assembled in any combination and sized to suit any vertical area for residential or commercial projects. Additionally, New Ravenna can customize the designs to reflect family themes, from cherished pets to garden flora. The Delft mosaics can be installed on walls, indoors or out. To see the full Delft collection of mosaic oysters, tulips, birds, fish and more, click here.

New Ravenna products are available for purchase through designer showrooms across the country and internationally. The company provides design services along with on-site supervision of installations. New Ravenna mosaics are found in homes, restaurants, hotels, casinos, and businesses around the world.