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Marble Arch Marble Arch

Marble Arch

7.5 x 15 cm

£28.80/m2

Haus Matt White Haus Matt White
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Haus Matt White

10 x 30 cm

£18.00/m2

Metro White Metro White

Metro White

10 x 20 cm

£15.00/m2

Jubilee White Jubilee White

Jubilee White

30 x 30 cm

Dorset White Dorset White

Dorset White

10 x 30 cm

£42.00/m2

Dorset Ivory Dorset Ivory

Dorset Ivory

10 x 30 cm

£42.00/m2

Metro Sage Metro Sage

Metro Sage

10 x 20 cm

18.00/m2

Bon Ton Teal Bon Ton Teal

Bon Ton Teal

10 x 30 cm

£43.20/m2

Bon Ton Sugar Bon Ton Sugar

Bon Ton Sugar

10 x 30 cm

£43.20/m2

Dorset Blue Dorset Blue

Dorset Blue

10 x 30 cm

£42.00/m2

Bon Ton Indigo Bon Ton Indigo

Bon Ton Indigo

10 x 30 cm

£43.20/m2

Ripples White Ripples White

Ripples White

10 x 30 cm

£43.20/m2

Ripples Green Ripples Green

Ripples Green

10 x 30 cm

£46.80/m2

Bon Ton Cotton Bon Ton Cotton

Bon Ton Cotton

10 x 30 cm

£43.20/m2

Bon Ton Decor Bon Ton Decor

Bon Ton Decor

10 x 30 cm

£63.00/m2

Dorset Mid Grey Dorset Mid Grey

Dorset Mid Grey

10 x 30 cm

£42.00/m2

Dorset Light Grey Dorset Light Grey

Dorset Light Grey

10 x 30 cm

£42.00/m2

Ripples Pink Ripples Pink

Ripples Pink

10 x 30 cm

£46.80/m2

Metro Black Metro Black

Metro Black

10 x 20 cm

21.60/m2

Jubilee Black Jubilee Black

Jubilee Black

30 x 30 cm

Metro tiles, sometimes called subway tiles, have been one of the tiling sensations of the past decade, and judging by the volumes we sell, they show no signs of going out of fashion. It’s hardly surprising why when you see a well-made set adorning a wall in a bathroom or kitchen, but they are no longer restricted to the “wet” rooms of the house, such is the beauty they bring. If the Metro look evokes the Victorian period in your mind, it’s no wonder. These were the tiles that covered the stations in the London Underground when it was first built in the 1800s. They were white simply because it could get dark down there pre-electrification, and they reflected more light. Not only did the style become the accepted grammar of underground stations around the world – it remains the natural choice in new stations too. The real beauty of the Metro comes in the detailing. From a distance they might all look like uniform tiling in the colour chosen. But step closer and you can see intricate effects like the crackled glaze they truly bring the era to life. And don’t assume Metro tiles have to be white to get the look. They are available in the complete range of colours, just as they were in the original stations as an assistance to identifying stations and giving local flavour. Consider breaking up large white areas with lines and geometric patterns in a different colour and the look is complete. Need some inspiration? Have a gander here.