Although this border is called "simple", it has an important role in framing and supporting a repeating pattern.
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Although this border is called "simple", it has an important role in framing and supporting a repeating pattern. These borders can be widened by adding further rows of rectangles to allow for gaps between pattern repeat and the wall.
Victorian geometric floor tiles have been used in interiors for decades and are still just as popular today, especially for those renovating period properties.
Our collection began in 1990 and since then we have developed an extensive collection of shapes, colours and hand-crafted decorated tiles that are created in our factory in Devon, England.
|Collection||Victorian Floor Tiles|
|Suitability||Dry Floor, Dry Wall, External Floor, External Wall, Wet Floor (Shod Only), Wet Wall|
Edinburgh is a straightforward lattice design created from squares and rectangles.
Falkirk is a classic diagonal lattice design. In this understated colourway, it creates a detailed and stylish look.
Brighton is a classic lattice design given a light and contemporary look. The use of smaller pieces mean this is the perfect way to incorporate our geometric tiles into tighter spaces.
Falkirk is a classic diagonal lattice design. This bright and playful colourway brings a modern twist to a classic pattern.
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