Farringdon border

Designs featuring a Farringdon border pattern where squares and triangles are used to form a traditional border pattern. Most commonly assembled using 50mm squares and 35mm triangles, with an inner border rectangle of 150 x 25mm.

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Remember, our designs and tiles can be used anywhere inside and outside your home. Reach out to our sales and design team to talk about your space.

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From classic black and white chequerboard tiles to decorative multi-colour encaustic tiles and contemporary geometric ceramic tiles, we offer our designs in a sheeted format, a revolutionary and simple to install system.

Our unique tile sheeting service provides an easy solution to ensure complex mosaic designs are installed accurately and efficiently.

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Tile tape on top of black and white tiles.

We offer a comprehensive design consultancy service for all our clients. Whether a domestic or large-scale commercial project, we are available to liaise and assist you through every step of the process regarding design, colourway, layout and installation.

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Studio desk with print out of design variations, a ruler and sample colour tiles.

The black and white chequerboard, a popular choice for its versatility, has been used and referenced throughout history in a multitude of architectural settings. Using two contrasting colours, this style of design perfectly compliments the period home as well as modern interiors.

Black and white chequerboard path tiles.

Our collection of ceramic floor tile shapes not only lend themselves to traditional patterns, but a myriad of contemporary mosaic designs. We can formulate designs to meet your specifications or collaborate on developing new and bespoke schemes.

Contemporary floor tile pattern combining squares and diamonds in grey tones.

Victorian tile designs were prized for both their beauty and ease of maintenance. The tradition of colourful and decorative mosaic tiling remains to this day and has grown in popularity over the last few decades.

Reproduction Victorian hall floor tiles.

Edwardian designs tend to use an earthy colour palette of red, brown, coffee, cognac, black, grey and white. Designs in the Edwardian period were simpler than the decorative Victorian patterns, using larger tile sizes and basic border patterns.

Reproduction Edwardian path tiles.

Georgian designs were neo-Classical in apperance predominantly using white and black tiles. Popular design motifs included large format chequerboards and octagon based patterns, along with Roman style micro mosaic schemes.

Georgian cloakroom floor tiles.

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