June Newsletter – Interior Products and Services

Patterned porcelain tiles, DesignClad to die for, and a reminder not to miss the last few weeks of our special tile offer.

Bang on trend with patterned porcelain tiles

The minimalist look remains popular but are you tired of neutral colours and plain surfaces? You’re not alone. Patterned tiles have been making a sneaky comeback. It’s as if we’re waking up to how much fun pattern can be.

We love the new vibe. No more so than with our two new patterns with their subtly different characters. Tarsia, in sepia, beige and white, has a traditional feel that evokes shady rooms overlooking the Mediterranean. It’s a mix of symmetrical patterns set centrally within the borders of the tiles, balancing energy with repose. Imagine it as a backplate to an unused fireplace, creating a setting for flowers or sculptural ornament; or run a band along the wall above the kitchen counter for an eye-catching feature.

Use patterned tiles on the walls to create bold flooring.
Full of character, patterned tiles will make a bold statement in any room.

Cementina and Cementina Mix have a totally different character. Available in rich browns, yellows and greys or the cooler colourway of greys, browns and beige—the patterns fill the tiles right to the edge. Strong, linear patterns, asymmetrical patterns, others inspired by geometry and kaleidoscopes—they have a dynamism that will energise your bathroom or kitchen. Run a band across the floor of the bathroom and up the wall behind the shower to marry horizontal and vertical, or create a splashback that will have you admiring your choice as you soap your hands.

Available from just £29.70 + VAT per m2, these patterns are also in our outdoor tile range, with a slightly different texture. Match indoors to outdoors for a greater sense of space and flow.

But wait! Did we say £29.70…?

Patterned tiles produce a stunning, unique design.
With 36 unique tiles your design is sure to be creative.

Extra Discount Ending Soon – Don’t Miss Out

Till June 30th, we’re giving a very tempting 10% discount on ALL internal tiles. That’s in addition to the free Norcross Tile Adhesive and Grout that’s given with every interior tile order.

Don’t miss out. It’s not long till the end of the month. We’ve got a huge range of internal tiles, including the patterned porcelain, so you’ll need to allow time for browsing! Prices normally starting at £18 + vat per m2, so why not check them out to bag a bargain and snaffle that luxury design you’ve been secretly coveting?

It’s not just porcelain on offer. There’s the refined elegance of Jura Limestone, a beautiful natural stone that carries the history of Earth within it, in the embedded small fossils and shells that give it its fascinating character.

With 75 different tiles on offer, click through now to start choosing the new look for your kitchen or bathroom, walls or floors.

Six new Stylish Colours of Luxury DesignClad

DesignClad continues to wow us with its versatility. The six new additions to our Luxury DesignClad range include Antique Aspen and Antique Ash, both taking inspiration from the natural woods. Antique Aspen has a pale Scandi vibe, while Antique Ash incorporates subtle metallic tones into its vintage character for extra richness.

Interior Cladding is a perfect choice to make a statement around the home.
Antique Ash Indoor Cladding makes a beautiful addition to this living room.

You couldn’t get more different from the other new arrivals. Dark drama or airy brightness are both on offer. Choose from the rich matt black of Sahara Noir with bands of gold and silver and the velvety Jasper Black, or light-enhancing Mystic White and Sahara Blanche.

From £76.50 + VAT m2, these new DesignClad options are a great solution for breathing life into tired rooms and giving them a modern, minimalist feel. DesignClad may offer practical benefits—being long-lasting and easy to clean are just two—but it does it without ever compromising on style. Check out our latest DesignClad arrivals.

Published 7th June 2021
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