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reclaimed encaustic tiles in the UK, while our newly-handmade encaustic tiles are produced by a small Spanish family in a tradition that goes back centuries. Our tile range is expanding all the time, and we are proud to have been made agents for another of Andalucia’s leading artisan tilemakers, this time specialising in classic Moorish designs. In addition, we have a range of art tiles, handmade tiles and intricate mosaics.


Bring the Spanish sun to your home… Alhambra Home & Garden brings Spanish style to every part of your home.


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” Our unique products include handwoven rugs from mountain towns just south of Granada, and encaustic and mosaic tiles for floors and walls, both reclaimed and newly-made.”


Handwoven from soft, recycled cotton and machine-washable, our ‘jarapa’ rugs are perfect for any room - and the garden!


Tey also make gorgeous wall-hangings and throws.


Our tiles are regularly chosen by architects and interior designers working in both private and commercial settings. We offer a bespoke service and have collaborated on some prestigious projects. For an ultra-rustic look, we are a rare source of


For the kitchen, we have wonderful terracotta cooking pots (suitable for both in and on the oven) and paella pans, often sold as part of a ‘paella kit’ with rice, spice and olive oil. Gift-wrapped, and with a free recipe sheet thrown in, these make a perfect gift!


For the summer, our outdoor paella burners are quite the thing for a spot of al fresco dining. Running off butane gas, they come in three sizes with dual rings and individual ring control. With a jarapa rug as a picnic mat, what could be more perfect for a holiday heatwave than a picnic with a Spanish twist!


Paella Burners Price : £65 Jarapa Floor Cushion Price: £85


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