Ceramic Floor Tiles
The hexagon is forecast to be a favoured style trend in 2015 for both floor and wall tiles. The six-sided tiles are already appearing in ornamental patterns, such as individual floor tiles and mosaics.
In recognition of this trend, Craven Dunnill has added two new collections featuring the hexagon: Etruscan and Astoria Stone into its large Renaissance Range.
Tile Mountain has introduced vintage Bristol floor and wall tiles, with a new encaustic look, in response to the current trend in all things.
This ceramic range features a random pattern, in either a beige or grey colourway, with a delicate riven texture that increases their resistance, to slip, making them an ideal choice for composing a floor with a dramatic look.
Individual tiles in the new Bristol collection measure 515mm x 257mm.
Tile Mountain has introduced three new flooring tile collections that offer a mix of natural and metallic surfaces to its online ranges.
The new Tile Mountain range includes: Future Copper Metallic Tiles – pictured top. Large format floor tiles with a striking metallic effect; made from semi polished porcelain that is slip resistant with a reflective glossy finish, making them ideal for bathrooms or kitchens. Tiles measure – 750mm x 750mm. Priced at £39.99 per sq m. Nature Black Slate Effect Tiles – lower picture. A slate effect ceramic flooring, created with inkjet technology to give an authentic natural look, so that every tile has a distinctive appearance. They are also slip resistant, making them ideal for either outdoor or indoor use. Sealing is not required, they are extremely durable and just right for key living areas. Tiles measure – 750mm x 750mm. Priced at £34.99 per sq m. Madeira Natural Wood Effect Tiles. These wood effect textured matt ceramic floor tiles feature rectified edges to give a clean look. Easily maintained and hard wearing, they are offered in a choice of black, graphite, white and titanium finishes. Tiles measure – 248mm x 1000mm. Priced at £29.99 per sq m.
Customers visiting the company website can order samples, which will be delivered free of charge.
Natural wood is a great choice for flooring, but it has maintenance disadvantages and you can’t chance it anywhere near water.
However, porcelain tiles are designed to surmount all of the problems and the latest print technology has been developed to the extent that Craven Dunnill’s new Timberlux products can stand up to really close inspection.
So forget any presumptions about wood-like tiles – a new age is now here.
Tile Mountain has introduced the Tones range to its broad wall tile assortment. The collection is made from ceramic and consists of a variety of patterns, colours as well as textured matt finishes.
Each Tones tile measures 150 x 400mm, which allows for horizontal or contemporary vertical fixing.
Prices for the new collection start from £15 per sq/metre and like all of the company’s ranges examples can be obtained online free of charge.
Craven Dunnill’s newest addition to their Renaissance Tile Collection replicates the smoky creamy shades of natural applestone limestone.
The Applestone Deluxe ceramic floor and wall tiles capture the spirit of extravagant living, with floor tiles of generous sizes and ornate scroll wall tiles, similar to the Italian Baroque period.
The new tiles are available in both wall and floor tile sizes, together with the revamped extra large 750 x 750mm size.
The Vintage Floor Tile Company specialise in restoring and refurbishing a stunning choice of vintage floor tiles.
The Company offers a gorgeous choice of resfurbished tiles from the Edwardian and Victorian periods, suitable for both interior and exterior use.
The company’s remarkable product range includes geometric, encaustic, and quarry tiles that are restored by hand individually, with scrupulous care and attention.
The delicate, cloudy stone look of Craven Dunnil’s latest range of ceramic floor tiles – Fontanarosa, produces a good-looking but neutral appearance, suitable for any decor plan or age of property.
The Fontanarosa collection of ceramic flooring addresses the anxiety of many homeowners, who are choosing patterns and styles that won’t date quickly and provide added value if they have to move.
In response to the current renewed interest in ceramic tiles, Craven Dunnill has added their new Wood-Ker design to its Renaissance Collection.
The Wood-Kerr Ceramic Floor Tiles pictured here, combine a quality wood-effect with the practicality of ceramic, as well as fade resistance, durability and easy cleaning.
Craven Dunnill, the award winning UK retailer and tile distributor, has turned back the clock and added the Minton Hollins Craft collection of artisan wall and floor tiles, to its wide-ranging selection of contemporary ceramic floor and wall tiles.
Minton is a name synonymous with the golden age of tile making in the Victorian period: This new collection is likely to appeal to period property owners seeking adornment for their bathrooms and kitchens, sympathetic to the age and structure of their property. The many home lovers, who prefer a classic, English country feel to their home, rather than accept contemporary styles, will also admire it. Featured here is the Monochrome Botanical Panel: set of six 150 x 150mm tiles. Priced at £124.00.
The Minton Hollins Craft collection from Craven Dunnill is British made in the Staffordshire Potteries and includes a wealth of hand-painted original designs, skilfully applied to specialist crackle and undulating glazes, with co-ordinating plain tiles (field tiles) available in a wide colour palette.