G.Vega Ceramica Review


To be honest, I was a little confused when
G.Vega Ceramica got in touch with me about me doing a review for them. I wasn’t really sure how to even go about reviewing a tile, but after talking to them a little more about it, I realised that tiles are actually pretty versatile. 

I received a beautiful blue tile from the Moroccan Collection and I really wish I’d known about these tiles when I was decorating my house. The one I received is so bright and colourful that it would look so cute as part of a statement wall, plus it makes me feel like I'm in a villa somewhere instead of rainy England which is always nice. They also do some really cool mandala style tiles, which I’m eyeing up for the feature wall in my kitchen. 


If you’re not feeling like completely redecorating your house to add these tiles in though, you can use them as coasters, which is what I’m going to do. They’re something a little different, which is cute and I have a sneaking suspicion that my mum might try to steal it off me. They also sell cat shaped tiles, fish shaped tiles and heart tiles which I reckon would make really cute presents. 

The tiles themselves vary in price, from £5.26 for a heart shaped tile to £590.53 for a set of 12 , which seems pretty expensive to me – but then I don’t know much about the price of tiles. Personally, at this price, I’d only use them as a feature rather than to do a whole wall, but if you’ve got the money and you love them, then go for it – there’s plenty of different designs and patterns, just bear in mind that they ship from Spain so you could be waiting a while. 

If you’re interested, here is a link to G.Vega Ceramica’s Etsy Page – would you have these tiles in your house? 


Disclaimer: products featured in this post were sent to me by brands in return for honest reviews but the opinions are entirely my own. 

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