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We're Seeing a Pattern

Pattern tiles are making a huge comeback this year, with new styles featuring timeless designs and muted colours.
These are not the way-out styles that you'll tire of in a few years. There's no need to balk at the thought of taking a leap into the world of patterns anymore - we've highlighted a couple of styles that are a must-consider if you are taking on any interior design project this year. Read this before you settle on a plain tiled floor or wall - we can promise you that these tiles are cool, chic and timeless. Using pattern tiles you can achieve individuality, maintain classical styling and enhance any living space.

This Laura Ashley Charcoal Ceramic tile is the perfect choice for a bathroom floor or a kitchen blacksplash. This matt finished feature tile is a striking choice which borrows influence from both vintage and modern trends. Be bold and proud. Get creative with on-trend pattern tiles that reflect your individuality.

Ted Baker Paradise Mix Ceramic
The name says it all. This tile is a picture of paradise. It visually spells out an adult paradise with mixed grey tones, tropical graphics and contrasting shading. It is perfect as a wall feature in a hallway or a living area and works particularly well with the introduction of contrasting textures - think a touch of velvet, a hint of wood, a vintage frame, a feature plant. A unique way to add interest to your living space.

Make a statement with your floor or wall using geometric tiles like Oxford Black Ceramic. The timeless style of the Victorian era fuses bold geometric shapes with classical design in this tile. Geometrics are a great way to add structure and definition to your living space. They blend perfectly with both neutral and bold colour schemes, making them an exciting base to work with. Experiment with mid sections and borders to create your own unique pattern that works for your taste.