Ceramic Wall Tiles
The Award winning Elite Sumba Yellow from the CP Group, is a stimulating compilation of floor and wall tiles, mosaics and borders that presents an exciting summer style for the home with its striking marble patterns.
Uniting the distinctive characteristics of marble with boldly diverse tones of yellow, brown, blue and grey, reminiscent of bright summer days and seductive, balmy nights, Elite Sumba Yellow’s modern design sits flawlessly with contemporary streamlined kitchen cabinetry, or can fit equally well with vintage style furniture.
Perfectly suited to the fashion conscious and those that like to make a real style statement, Sumba Yellow’s fascinating marble patterns and honed, matt effect tiles, look more like a piece of contemporary art to adorn your kitchen walls or a striking splash-back behind a cooker or sink, or even a full feature wall for the more daring.
For those special projects H&E Smith have the manufacturing capabilities and expertise to create something really unique:
The company has been manufacturing beautiful tiles since 1926 and their factory in Stoke on Trent continues to produce exceptional designs to this day.
Besides their popular standard collections the company also has tremendous flexibility in producing bespoke tiles of varying size, shape and glaze finish.
Well known for his role on BBC1’s High Street Dreams, Nick Munro is celebrated as one of Britain’s most original and innovative designers – and now he’s launching two new collections with Fired Earth.
The two new tile collections – Roman Mosaics and Welsh Mountain Slate are designed to be both beautiful and functional.
“I’m really excited about the new tile collections,” says Nick. “Welsh Slate is a great product. I love the Welsh mountains and I love the colours when the sun breaks through – the green meadows, crystal streams, blue skies – and, of course, the perfect blue-grey of the slate.
The Fired Earth summer sale runs from June 19 to July 17 and they are offering up to 25% off selected wall and floor tiles, kitchens and bathroom and even 50% off special purchase and discontinued tiles.
Kitchens Fired Earth’s kitchens are handcrafted from the highest quality, responsibly sourced materials and work well in contemporary and traditional spaces. Now is a great time to think about updating yours, as there’s 15% off all freestanding and fitted kitchens – including the new fitted Bastide (in our picture) and Moderne collections by Charles Smallbone – and rising to 25% off if you spend more than Â£10,000. (Offer excludes worktops and appliances for fitted kitchens.)
Leading tile manufacturer, CP Group, has unveiled the next generation of polished porcelain with the launch of its innovative Portia collection.
Featuring three different looks including Mono (single block colour) and Double Charged (where a combination of shades creates a subtle graining effect); the collection also showcases a unique new finish called Sandstorm.
Available exclusively in the UK from CP Group, Sandstorm, in our picture, combines different shades of porcelain to create dramatic sandstone-like patterns with a luxurious polished finish.
Meissen is launching a range of Architectural tiles; at the moment 40 different colours are available and they plan to have 60 different shades at a later date.
The technological origin of â€œMeissenÂ® Architectureâ€ is the worldâ€™s largest ceramic mural â€œProcession of Princesâ€ in the city of Dresden, pictured here.
It was made in 1904-1907 and consists of 25.000 single elements juxtaposed with no fuge and exposed to weather and frost for over 100 years.
Following in the footsteps of the best fashion designers, Fired Earth is adding a diffusion line to its collections.
First to arrive is the Tile Basics collection, which will include tiles starting at 36p each.
Bright and bold, tiles from the Collage range, take their inspiration from the Pop Art movement of the 1950s and 60s, when collage and painting were combined to construct new art forms that heralded the cultural transformation of Britain and America at the time.
Fired Earth is broadening its reach and appeal by adding a diffusion line to its collections.
This begins with the launch of Tile Basics this month, which will carry tiles starting from just 36p each.
Tile Basics is designed to complement the existing Fired Earth range and add some new bolder colours, which can be mixed and matched.
Here is some expert advice from award winning tile manufacturer CP Groupâ€™s marketing executive, Katy Black:
Making a statement in the home is this seasonâ€™s interior trend, bringing excitement and creativity back into decorating.
With more people improving not moving, now is the time to inject personality into the home – adding colours, textures and patterns can seem daunting after a decade of â€˜magnoliaâ€™ and â€˜white washâ€™, but feature walls are back ,adding the â€˜wowâ€™ factor without the hassle of re-decorating the whole room.
A specially selected collection of 37 new tile designs, featuring technically innovative and stunning surface effects, has been brought together in the latest Craven Dunnill Renaissance brochure, just published and available on request.
This latest collection reveals an emerging trend, towards bolder and more dramatic style statements for mainstream tiles: Industrial metallic tones are interpreted as urban chic in the new Actual range featuring intense, burnished mahogany and pitted silver options. In contrast, the delicate lustre glaze, which adorns the classic Blonda leaf design, featured here, has a timeless appeal, reflected in its black and white palette. The evocatively named Diablo range, is a dramatic example of the return of colour for bathroom walls with a blood red, three dimensional design, which seems to shimmer before your eyes.
Craven Dunnill is a one-stop supplier of ceramic wall and floor tiles. The company stocks a choice of more than 10,000 products, plus accessories such as adhesives and grouts, at its Bridgnorth warehouse and provides technical expertise, on-site delivery, and bespoke specialist manufacturer.