After graduating from Mimar Sinan University’s Department of Turkish Handcrafts and Ceramics, Ereyli worked as a tile designer and then as the head of the design department in a ceramic company. She is one of the shareholders and designer of the Iznik Mavi Cini founded in 2002. She received an honorable mention with her design at the 4th Dösim Souvenir Design Contest held by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
İznik Mavi Çini was founded in 2002 by Mahmut Çalışkan, Serap Ereyli and İsmail Kaya to produce traditional Iznik tiles, of which production ended in the 18th century and began only in the 21st century, using modern technology.
İznik tile is known in the world’s ceramic literature as the ceramic that is impossible to produce. The challenge lies in quartz -the raw material- that is present in all layers as well as the fact that an excessive amount goes to waste during shaping and firing stages. With its constant R&D efforts and design prowess, Iznik Mavi Çini works to prevent these exquisite works of art from going into oblivion, seeks to introduce them to new generations so that they can be used by future generations as well. In 2011, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism named company shareholders Mahmut Çalışkan, Serap Ereyli and İsmail Kaya as the Bearers of Intangible Cultural Heritage due to their successful and original works.