New range of Patchwork Random Patterns

We’ve just received this new porcelain glazed tile that is boxed in randomly selected patterns so every order is unique and we can’t say which ones you’ll receive!  Unlike the lottery though we think everyone’s a winner, at least so far as we’ve had a great response from them both as a feature floor tile (they can be used indoors or out) and as kitchen splashbacks and feature walls too.

There’s two colourways, subtle Grey mix and Colour mix and 100 or so different designs at any one time that could arrive and at £49 m2 is an economical and easy maintenance tile for that more subtle and modernised Moroccan look.

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Good old Quarries

Quarry TilesIt’s good to create this classic black and red quarry tiled path for our customers who wanted to replicate the style of the neighbors original quarry tiles which were traditionally made in Wales (Ruabon and Platts to name two that are sadly missed).  Since then it’s been a case of obtaining the best imports to continue them.  Frost proof with the non-slip texture they are excellent for outdoor use as well as classic kitchens too!

Why wooden ceramic floor tiles?

Wooden Ceramic Floor Tiles

Wooden Ceramic Floor

Apart from looking extremely stylish, wood effect tiles are an excellent alternative to offer on any project, from family homes to commercial properties. They are more durable than natural wood flooring: no more chipping or scratches caused by high heels, for example, making them the perfect flooring for office spaces. Wood effect tiles are also easy to clean and maintain, and can be used with underfloor heating to create a cosy radiant heat. It is also a more cost effective option than natural wood, especially as tiles can usually be found in varying lengths and widths. For anyone worried about noise insulation, cork underlay, stocked at any good tile warehouse, can counteract this problem. How to use wood effect tiles Imitation wood porcelain and ceramic tiles recreate all of the grains and notches found in real wood. They can either be laid in very close proximity with a matching grout in between to give the look of a real hardwood floor, or grout can be used to a greater effect to create a distinctive style. Don’t forget that you might want to create a wooden floor inlaid with natural stone, such as travertine, for a stylish overall effect. If you’re not sure how best to produce this look, why not pop along to the Tile Depot, Hove, for some helpful guidance.