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Meet The Marakand Collection: Uzbekistan Inspired Pattern Porcelain Tiles

Strap into your seats, buckle up, and get ready to time travel to the eastern hemisphere with Mir’s latest collection: Marakand. This distinctive and unique tile collection grabs inspiration from century-old beauty of Uzbekistan. Divinely coated in rich color palettes, unique patterns and tile shapes, each will be sure to boast beauty in your home or your clients. Below, we spotlight the influences for each tile and then guide you on a mystical journey to see the tiles in their full picturesque state. Let’s dive in, shall we?

Meet: Marakand. Pattern Porcelain Beauties Replicating the Silk Road’s Hey Days 

Step into a world where history and luxury intertwine seamlessly, as Marakand presents a captivating porcelain tile collection. Inspired by the magnificent cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva along the legendary Silk Road, Marakand is a visual journey that brings ancient civilizations to life through exquisite design.

With mesmerizing patterns that embody the rich tapestry of world cultures, Marakand showcases the architectural marvels and vibrant cultures that defined the renowned trade way. Each tile tells a story, capturing the essence of these historical sites with intricate details and ornate motifs.

Featuring ten eye-catching patterns and six captivating colorways, Marakand offers endless possibilities for creating stunning, personalized spaces. Crafted to bring a touch of opulence and grandeur, every porcelain tile is a masterpiece meticulously manufactured in Spain, a country renowned for its dedication to craftsmanship and innovation.

Whether you’re an interior designer, architect, or homeowner, Marakand invites you to unlock boundless creativity and transform any space into a captivating oasis that merges the past with the present.

Inspired by Majolica Tiles of Ancient Time’s Past 

One of the most profound elements of this stylish collection lies in its nod to traditional Majolica tiles of the Uzbekistan region. These tiles have a long, rich, enduring legacy. Why? They came to fruition all the way back in the 9th century…Yes, the 800s. 

They are known for their intricate, painterly designs and can be seen throughout the country on the facades of mosques as well as other notable landmarks. 

These tiles that are typically glazed complete with some ornate graphic that the eyes cherish. Each one is meant to explode with vibrant colors, and captivating motifs. They often feature floral, geometric, or pictorial designs. Majolica tiles are prized for their artistic beauty and are commonly used for decorative purposes, such as in kitchens, bathrooms, and as accents in architectural designs.

As you find your way through each tile below, pay special attention to the pattern. You may just find yourself immersed in a century long gone by!


This adoring porcelain tile boasts a mesmerizing color palette of green, gold, and light blue, reminiscent of the vibrant landscapes of Uzbekistan’s city of Bukhara. A marvelous city that is 2000 years old (which translates to loads of inspiration!).

The intricate patterns and captivating hues come together to create a visual feast for the eyes, evoking a sense of elegance and artistic flair. Whether adorning your shower, backsplash, or fireplace, this tile is a true showstopper. Its presence transforms any space into a breathtaking masterpiece, adding a touch of sophistication and charm to your interior design project. Just look at how it adorns this spa like shower for an all over patterned tile masterpiece! We are in love. 


This tile, similar to Bukhara but less vibrant, enjoys a worn-in look that beckons you with its captivating color palette of gold, green, and blue. Its subtle-yet-impactful hues instantly transport you to the bazaars of Samarkand, where the air is filled with the scent of spices and the hum of ancient trade routes.

The tile itself is adorned with medallion-like patterns, reminiscent of the delicate embroidery found on traditional Uzbek textiles. With its ability to transform any space into a breathtaking masterpiece, this tile is not just a flooring option but a statement piece. Whether used as indoor or outdoor flooring, or as an accent wall in a living room or kitchen, this Majolica-inspired rectified porcelain tile brings a touch of exotic elegance and a sense of history to any setting, making it the perfect choice for those seeking to infuse their spaces with a touch of Uzbekistan’s rich cultural heritage.

Itchan Kala

Take a dip into the more neutral side of the collection and meet Itchan Kala. The natural, earthy color way adds a touch of elegance, making it the perfect choice for bohemian modern interiors. Whether it graces a statement wall, adorns a fireplace facade, or transforms a kitchen backsplash, this tile captivates with its artistry. Every brushstroke tells a story, inviting admiration and inspiring the home chef to create culinary masterpieces while being surrounded by its mesmerizing charm.

Bibi Khanum 

Think pink, but make it antiqued for extra glamour! Our Bibi Khanum speaks to the soul of our feminine design lovers out there and for good reason — It’s bold yet delicate. Kind of like the mosque that inspired it! Swirling in a pattern that wows, you’ll find magentas with light pinks and white within the design. Play up the appeal with a matching paint color on the wall if using as a micro backsplash tile in the kitchen. Want to be more edgy? Use as a powder room tile wall option in place of pink wallpaper. Eclectic and elegant all at once. 

Ak Saray

Tradition can be found in even the most unique of places. Such is the case with our Ak Saray tile in the Marakand collection. With bold blacks, cloudy grays, and neutral whites, this tile is a safe haven for classic design lovers. Inspired by the ruins of a once-magical palace by the same name, these tiles are an ode to its former glory. It would work supremely well in a commercial bar setting as it can make an intriguing focal point as a bar facade. If your client’s drinks don’t have them talking, then this tile most certainly will!

History lover? You’ll love the back story on the palace that inspired this tile: Ak-Saray means “white palace” in Uzbek. It was built in Shahrisabz and  took over a quarter of a century to construct. There is a legend about a disobedient architect that was involved in construction of this magnificent palace. Amir Timur began to tell the craftsmen to hurry up and finish the decorative facing of the palace. But they were in no hurry to cover the building with majolica and mosaic. When the angry ruler ordered the chief architect to be brought before him, it emerged that had vanished after hanging a chain in the centre of the palace’s main arch. Since no other craftsman of equal stature could be found, the building remained unfinished. Some time later, however, the architect suddenly appeared and, after making sure that the chain on the entrance arch was now considerably lower, embarked on decorating the building.


Our Registan tile, inspired by the ancient Uzbekistan market square of the same name. This central point was the heart of Samarkand, and was a public area where citizens gathered to hear what their royal government had to say (often heralded by copper pipes called dzharchis). While long gone, it was at one point a prominent player in the Timurid Renaissance, and still an inspiration in modern day design, as seen with our very own tile!

Picture a vivid color palette of bright blues, lush greens, and deep blues, intertwining to form an infinite floral pattern that will transport you to a bygone era of rich history and mesmerizing beauty. In search of a serene escape in your kitchen? Registan is your ticket to tranquility. Transform your client’s space into a haven of relaxation as the captivating colors and floral motif come together to create an oasis of peace. Pair with blue decor or green decor to make the design really pop. Trust us, you won’t regret it. Fun fact about Registan: 


Get ready to add a touch of timeless elegance to your space with our exquisite tile. Inspired by the enchanting Uzbekistan city bearing the same name, this tile is all about sophistication and grace. Picture a stunning combination of black, white, and gray, carefully crafted into a captivating floral-like center pattern. It’s as if Mother Nature herself lent her artistic touch to adorn your walls or floors.

If you are you dreaming of a chic, monochromatic kitchen backsplash that exudes class Look no further than this one. Its intricate design and muted tones will transform your cooking space into a culinary haven, where beauty and functionality go hand in hand. Prepare to turn heads as you whip up gourmet masterpieces!

This is a versatile gem that shines in any room of your home. Imagine a cozy living room with a striking Uzbekistan tile accent wall, becoming the focal point of conversations and a source of endless admiration. It’s the perfect backdrop for your cherished memories and artistic expressions. Or, use it as a bathroom floor tile to give a sense of movement and shape (like above!). 


Samarkand boasts an unmatched blend of sophistication and strength, making it the perfect choice for spaces that demand both fashion and functionality. Inspired by the actual city of Samarkand, which is world famous for its stunning architecture decorated with beautiful tiles of varying shades of blue. That color was especially popular among the cities on the  Silk Road as it often signified the depths of the universe and turquoise color was thought to have mystical qualities.

This tile is a great addition to any commercial setting where foot traffic is high, and yet, the floors remain as pristine as the day they were laid. That’s the magic of Samarkand rectified tile. Its durable design ensures it can withstand the hustle and bustle of life without compromising on its elegant appeal.


With its captivating blend of blue, yellow, and green hues, accompanied by crisp white borders that outline an intricate geometric pattern, Chorsu invites you to infuse your space with a touch of exotic allure. 

For those yearning to transform any room into a stylish oasis, this porcelain tile is the perfect choice. Its bold design will transport you to the famous Chorsu market —minus the delicious smells —while its durability ensures that it will withstand the test of time.

How about transforming your mundane mudroom into a masterpiece? Let those weary shoes and soggy boots enter a realm of style and sophistication with these porcelain tiles underfoot. Durable and hygienic. Just what any family ordered. 

Let this tile be the centerpiece of your space, an artistic statement that reflects your love for creativity, culture, and the timeless beauty of artisan craftsmanship.


Prepare to be transported to sun-drenched landscapes with our magnificent Khiva tile. If you’re a fan of all things earthy, this tile is about to become your new obsession. Picture a mesmerizing blend of browns and tans, reminiscent of sun-kissed sand dunes and rustic clay pottery.

Want to design a Mediterranean-themed restaurant that oozes warmth and charm? Look no further than Khiva. Its naturalistic hues and subtle variations create an inviting atmosphere that will transport your guests straight to the shores of the Mediterranean. It’s the perfect backdrop for savoring delectable dishes and creating memorable dining experiences.

But hey, Khiva doesn’t limit itself to commercial spaces. Oh no, it’s a versatile tile that adds a touch of Mediterranean magic to any home. Imagine transforming your living room into a cozy oasis, where warmth and relaxation go hand in hand. A Khiva tile fireplace surround or accent tiles on a staircase can infuse your space with Silk Road inspired elegance, creating the perfect setting for gatherings and lazy evenings by the fire. You can even use it in the pool!

Shop Marakand Pattern Porcelain Tiles Today

Ready to explore the collection yourself? Go ahead and travel to far off lands. See Marakand here .