-Must be Turkish tiles (those tulips and design), right @michellesimonne?
this pinterest board has wonderful art-history resources - http://pinterest.com/jgravois/art-history-resources/
Iznik tiles for alcove
TWO OTTOMAN BLUE AND WHITE TILES, TURKEY OR SYRIA, LATE 16TH CENTURY each of rectangular form, decorated in cobalt blue, with issuing sprays of saz leaves, tulips, carnations and rosettes
Ottoman classical pattern of hand decoration
Iznik Tile - Iznik pottery is named after a town in western Anatolia and was produced between the 15th and 17th centuries
A William de Morgan framed tile panel Circa 1880 T22
Beautiful! LOVE the color choice and the design and how the focul point is centered!!!!!!! LOVE how it leads you off of the page!
A monumental Timurid Mosaic Tile panel with lotus blossoms, Transoxiana, 15th century - 133 by 53cm.