Hadeda x Tiles of Ezra
Hadeda are now UK distributors for Tiles of Ezra, Moroccan Zellige collection
Founded by Australian Interior Designer, Georgia Ezra, Tiles of Ezra marries a modern, globally inspired aesthetic with heritage handicrafts, a marriage that echoes our own HADEDA design DNA. Their Moroccan Zellige tiles are all cut and shaped by hand using the purest, filtered clay. Once formed, the glaze is hand-applied to ensure a high-quality, durable finish.
Tiles of Ezra work directly with skilled master craftsmen in Morocco to create their Zellige tiles, ensuring ethical production standards and a high-quality finish.
We have 34 colourways in the traditional, single colour square and border Zellige tiles. Order up to 5 samples free of charge here (P&P charged), or contact our in-house design consultant, firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with your project. Lead times vary for Zellige tiles depending on quantities and colour chosen, please get in touch for an accurate timescale.
Tiles of Ezra's Mosaic range are all hand-built and glazed by artisan makers in Morocco, using authentic techniques and the finest quality raw materials to ensure durability and longevity. They can be used on walls, worktops and floors - both inside and out. The above range of designs and colourways, can all be customised to your desired colour scheme. All Tiles of Ezra zellige mosaics come in pre-assembled light panel sheets for an easy installation.
We will also be offering Tiles of Ezra's Border Collection (above). Suitable for wall or floor use, they can be paired with our plain Zellige square tiles to add a decorative edge to splashbacks, fireplaces, bathrooms, window surrounds and more. Or paired with a complementary mosaic tile to create edging to a flooring design.
All of Tiles of Ezra Zellige border and mosaic tiles are completely customisable and available in a full range of colours - contact email@example.com to discuss your design requirements or read our FAQs here. Available with an 8-week lead time due to the handmade nature of the tiles.
Pic Credits: Tiles of Ezra