Geometric Tiles

Tired of minimalist, showhome interiors and want to add a little character into your home? Why not look to introduce Geometric tiling into your home?


Tip 1 IconBold Feature

Geometric tiles are a fantastic way to introduce a bold feature into any home. First popularised in the Victorian period, Geometric tiles are a largely preserved feature in traditional properties of the Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian periods and offer a stylish and relevant attribute to homes of these eras. Traditionally, these tiles were moulded from clay and featured intricate patterns and bold, dramatic hues for a lavish and impressive feature, such as the beautiful Minton tiles featured in St. John’s Church, Croydon.


Tip 2 IconDramatic Statement

Although often overlooked in contemporary interiors, Geometric tiles are also a versatile choice for those looking to inject a dramatic statement into a modern space and are a fantastic way to add a touch of individuality into any modern home. Tiling also offers a durable and easy clean surface to suit our busy modern lifestyles. With a variety of different patterns and styles available on the market, Geometric tiles surely could be the perfect choice for those looking to inject a little personality into any modern home.


Tip 3 IconGeometric Tiling

For a contemporary interior, plain geometric tiling is a great way to introduce interest into a blank space. Think bold art deco prints in colourful primary tones, or stylish monochrome to coordinate with striking black door handles and curtain poles and light fittings. For a country property why not consider featuring geometric tiles manufactured from the traditional clay medium and pairing with copper accessories for a soft and warm hue?


Whatever your preferred style and colour scheme, geometric tiling is a truly versatile medium to create your very own bespoke and design led space.


Read our article Monochrome Madness for further inspiration and top tips on how to design your perfect monochrome home.