When you are planning a renovation or tiling project, one of the most exciting things is to choose tile colours and designs to reflect your lifestyle. The type of stone or tile you choose will have a massive impact on the finished product. If you are ready to upgrade your tiles in 2018, here are our most popular tiles to help you get inspired.
Did you know that marble is derived from the Greek word, loosely translating to sparkle, flash or gleam? Marble in any home is a timeless addition that exudes luxury. This marble varies between cloudy grey and soft white, with attractive feathery veining to create a standout feature tile. You can choose from herringbone, hexagonal, fan, single, penny rounds and diamond in shape to create the right feel for your space.
Beautiful Light Travertine is commonly used outdoors and occasionally indoors if you want to achieve a flowing indoor-outdoor look. It is also a stunning tile to help you create a day spa-style bathroom. It is a hardwearing stone and its natural colour variation is ideal for hiding marks which can occur over time. Our Light Travertine varies from alabaster white through to cream and camel.
For a minimalist and refined look, the Bera & Beren collection is a timeless tile for any contemporary home. This collection is available in four stunning colours: White, light grey, coal and dark grey. Its strong properties have the durability of natural limestone, making it a suitable tile for high-traffic areas.
For a French-inspired look, you cannot go past our Platinum Travertine stone tile. With a blend of soft titanium-greys and soft earthly-beige, this stone ties in with all styles of home and trending décor. See how Platinum Travertine has transformed this workers cottage into a modern home.
This marble-look tile has been produced with Italian digital technology to create the depth and characteristics of real marble in a porcelain tile. With 27 unique vein patterns, it’s one of the most technical stone-look porcelain reproductions on the market.
Dreaming of a kitchen or bathroom with subway tiles? Our Mayolica fits the brief perfectly. Responding to a mixture of modern and traditional trends, this range is offered in a rich colour palette of white, ivory, grey, soft grey and taupe.
Need more colour in your life? The Cementine porcelain tile offers a charming vintage art deco effect, ideal for feature walls, splashbacks and bathroom flooring. Made in Italy, this tile caters to inner maximalists in residential and commercial settings.
Available in gold or silver, the Coem Quartz ceramic stone-look tile is specifically designed for outdoor flooring applications and is a striking addition to pool areas. If you love the look for your whole home, you can opt for a “soft structure” which can be used internally.
Love travertine, but prefer a low maintenance tile? Aquitaine tiles have a soft stone effect, so you can create a stylish and contemporary “country” look at an affordable price. Available in beige and grey, depending on whether you would like to achieve a cool or warm vibe.
Mainstone generates elegance and style through the reinterpretation of stone. The recreation creates valuable opportunities for wellbeing and pleasure in a range of environments. Mainstone is available in four exceptional and spectacular colours, this range is appropriate for all internal areas creating a wealth of possibilities for your home. Our stylish Italian range is valued at an affordable price point producing reasonable designs for all budgets.
Woodtalk is fashioned by bringing together several different types of wood to create a ceramic covering material. Woodtalk has a modern planed finish while still retaining a raw tactile effect, making it easily cleaned and convenient.
The Inessence Composto range integrates a stone-cement compound which offers a unique mixture of stones with cement elements which is brought together to create the ultimate contemporary look. The Inessence Composto porcelain range is very versatile and is suitable for multiple applications including; internal floors and walls, bathroom floors and walls, stairs and landings, outdoor pathways, water features, pool areas and much more.