Carving tiles typically refers to the process of creating decorative or functional designs on a ceramic tile surface by removing material with various carving tools - example depth veining effect in marble look tiles. This can be done with the use of power tools, and the designs can range from simple patterns to intricate, detailed images.
Carving tiles can be used for a variety of purposes, such as creating decorative wall hangings, backsplashes, or even flooring. It is a common technique used in traditional ceramic arts, as well as contemporary tile design.
The process typically involves selecting a ceramic tile, sketching or transferring a design onto the surface, and then using carving tools to remove material from the tile to create the desired design.