Alys Edwards tile collections are like a dose of Kesha and Lady Gaga for your walls and floors: a less-than-quiet constant reminder that life should be lived out loud. Maybe you don’t brush your teeth with Jack Daniels in the early morning light, but feasting your eyes on a wall full of a tile with names like Menage Et Trois, Kiss My Big Fat Glass, and Rock Glamorous will surely bounce light around your room and get your day started off with a jolt of joy.
Alys Edwards collections are so whimsical they can actually save you time on your morning routine. Instead of waking up and scrolling through Buzzfeed for photo compilations of baby animals to make the day seem worth starting, just have a sneaky peek at your wall-o-whimsy to get you going.
Alys Edwards take standard materials like tile and stone and transforms them into focal points and work of art through her daring use of texture, finishes and most of all color. After all, who could be mad after spotting a rainbow?
With a bold and enviably use of opalescence, classical patterns and bright hues Alys Edwards has done what no one else has dared to do: she didn’t take her tiles too seriously. Splashing some color on your walls will make you a happy camper from the second you order a collection called Man About You or Gigi’s Groovy Glass. A constant reminder not to get your knickers in a twist, collections like London Calling are a breath of fresh air dosed with sparkles in a drab world of whites, off-whites, browns, tans and fifty shades of black. Save the money on a manicure that will only last a week (or three days if you actually have a life) and put your favorite shade of OPI somewhere you can enjoy it every day of every week, manicured or otherwise.