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Tapestry Blue Tapestry Blue

Tapestry Blue

33 x 33 cm

£30.60/m2

Arlo Light Arlo Light

Arlo Light

20 x 20 cm

£52.50/m2

Casablanca Mix Casablanca Mix

Casablanca Mix

16.5 x 16.5 cm

£63.00/m2

Heritage Star White Heritage Star White

Heritage Star White

45 x 45 cm

£36.60/m2

Heritage Star Blue

Heritage Star Blue

45 x 45 cm

£32.70/m2

Tapestry Black Tapestry Black

Tapestry Black

33 x 33 cm

£30.60/m2

Willow Sage Willow Sage

Willow Sage

12.3 x 12.3 cm

£66.00/m2

Heritage Star Heritage Star

Heritage Star

45 x 45 cm

£32.70/m2

Seville Persian Blue Seville Persian Blue

Seville Persian Blue

15 x 15 cm

£51.60/m2

Saigon Mix Saigon Mix

Saigon Mix

16.5 x 16.5 cm

£63.00/m2

Artiste Azul Mix Artiste Azul Mix

Artiste Azul Mix

15 x 15 cm

£59.40/m2

Willow Sky Willow Sky

Willow Sky

12.3 x 12.3 cm

£66.00/m2

Lisbon Vogue Lisbon Vogue

Lisbon Vogue

45 x 45 cm

£36.60/m2

Arlo Blue Arlo Blue

Arlo Blue

20 x 20 cm

£52.50/m2

Artiste Verde Mix Artiste Verde Mix

Artiste Verde Mix

15 x 15 cm

£59.40/m2

Maison Belle Maison Belle

Maison Belle

20 x 20 cm

£43.50/m2

Moorish Verde Moorish Verde

Moorish Verde

12.5 x 12.5 cm

£49.80/m2

Abbey Decor Grey Abbey Decor Grey

Abbey Decor Grey

25 x 25 cm

£43.20/m2

Arlo Dark Arlo Dark

Arlo Dark

20 x 20 cm

£52.50/m2

Tivoli Mix Tivoli Mix

Tivoli Mix

16.5 x 16.5 cm

£43.20/m2

There was a time when patterned tiles – or at least tiling arranged into patterns – was simply the normal option when covering a wall or floor. Then everything went minimalist and they all but disappeared. But this story has a happy ending, because patterned tiles are well and truly back in style, and we have to say, they are more beautiful than ever. Many patterned tiles are inspired by the extraordinary designs of the European and African Mediterranean – especially Spain, Italy, Greece, Morocco, Lebanon, Algeria – and these designs are begging to be joined together to make wonderfully striking areas of beauty. Some of the inspiration is a little closer to home; you can see echoes of Victorian grandeur and domesticity in some of the patterns; you’ve probably walked on similar floors in classic precincts, museums, galleries and plazas around the UK. An exciting trend is to get a vintage tile look by mixing and (possibly) matching different types of tiles randomly to create a low-key artisanal zone that’s always a conversation starter. Whether you go completely random or make an attempt to colour-match your tiles is up to you, but if you choose the latter we can help you, with sets like the Casablanca Mix or Tapestry Black to give unity of colour in amongst the unpredictability. Need some more information? View our buying guide.