Livden Introduces Stylish and Sustainable Decorative Tiles

Hilary Gibbs and Georgie Smith, who are stepsisters, founded Livden in 2020 to address what they saw as a growing need for sustainable decorative tiles. They came to the business honestly: Gibbs’s mother, Melinda Earl, founded the tile manufacturer StoneImpressions, which patented a process for printing images onto stone. The San Diego–based Livden uses the same technique to apply jazzy patterns to U.S.-made recycled porcelain and terrazzo tiles. The newest designs include geometric Mesa and Camino, which imagine decor from the mythic city of El Dorado and come in four earth tones. Fun bohemian Starlet and asymmetrical Shatter are each available in three colorways. The 12-inch squares are suitable for dry wall applications, residential flooring, and intermittent vertical wet areas.

Room with brown walls and blue tile flooring
blue tile with octagonal design
reddish brown tile with octagonal pattern
Asymmetrical tile design with multiple triangles

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