Product in Focus: Bespoke Tiles and Wallpaper

Bespoke Tiles and Wallpaper,

by award winning British designer Dominic Crinson

Did you know that Dominic Crinson can produce tiles and wallpapers to your own specs or design something just for you?

Recently Dominic created these stunning tile portraits for the Macchiavelli restaurant in Covent Garden.

He painted three completely original portraits plus we digitally recreated six others from Renaissance originals. The paintings were then produced onto high fired ceramics and installed as table tops and wall coverings throughout the restaurant.

All Dominic Crinson designs are produced under the manufacturing armDigitile and he can produce any image to any scale over quality tiles and wallpapers.

To find out about more Dominic Crinson special commissions,

contact Kate Walker of Kate Walker Design on 0422 425 523

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KWD has grown from a team of two in 2013 to a dynamic group of ten professionals who all contribute to the successful consultancy we have created. Growing up in a family with a mother as an Interior Designer and a father as a successful Ceramic Tile Merchant, it's no wonder I entered the world of design. At Kate Walker Design (KWD), our primary focus is to specify, source and supply stone, tiles and all other hard finishes into projects across Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula, but also interstate and internationally. We embrace a consultative approach and develop lasting relationships with each and every client. It’s what the KWD team knows and loves. “Design is not a thing we do. It’s our way of life.” Kate Walker

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