Lusting after: Patterned floor tiles

My house is pretty neutral, as far as houses go. I don’t have many splashes of colour or pattern. But all that is about to change. I’ve had my eye on some patterned floor tiles to funk up my… downstairs loo. I know, I know – not exactly adventurous, but a girl has to start somewhere right?

Patterned-floor-tiles-collageImages clockwise: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6

I spent a while scouring the web, and I found a lot of amazing tiles from the fabulous to the obscure. Not all of them affordable though.

Here are some good places to buy patterned tiles, if you’re after some:

Tons of Tiles (www.tonsoftiles.co.uk)
An online shop, they have a range of wall and floor tiles called Vintage Effect which are really affordable. They’ll send you some samples, and if you order from them, they’ll come the next day. I particularly love Illusion, Devon Stone (which I have ordered) and Parisian Chic.

Lyndsey Lang (www.wallsandfloors.eu)
Beautiful, chic and contemporary patterned tiles. They are not cheap though.

Topps Tiles (http://www.toppstiles.co.uk)
The high street store is keeping up with current trends with its patterned floor tile range. I like the Henley , Stamford and La Dolce Vita.

Wall and Floors (www.wallandfloors.co.uk)
This discount online store has a lovely selection of patterned wall and floor tiles in their Moroccan range. Try Majorelle for a traditional look or Azulejo for a eclectic patchwork floor tile.

Original Features (www.originalfeatures.co.uk)
Perfect for period properties, this company have a large selection of traditional style tiles. Check out the Olde English for reproduction Victorian and Edwardian geometric tiles or Recro Encaustics for Victorian style encaustic tiles.

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6 Comments

  1. January 7, 2015 / 3:02 pm

    The above are great for ceramic patterned tiles, but if you are looking for handmade moroccan patterned tiles, then the cement encaustic patterns are the best in terms of colour tone and detail…

    have a look at encaustic-tiles.co.uk – a london based supplier of these tiles – they also made a bespoke pattern for me for my kitchen. very reasonable prices in comparison to some of the big players…

  2. Joe O'Donnell
    September 12, 2016 / 3:15 pm

    Hi have seen a few comments in review that the illusion tile you order get very dirty and are hard to clean. Is this the case?

    • greeneyed
      September 12, 2016 / 5:47 pm

      Hi Joe, I ordered the Devon Stone which I have had no problem with at all. We are very happy with them. I don’t know about the the illusion tiles though I’m afraid.
      Many thanks
      Claire

    • December 22, 2016 / 9:30 am

      Cool!
      I have also order seam product and right now i have no problem
      Thank You

  3. May 4, 2017 / 1:19 pm

    These collection of patterned floor tiles are beautiful, Especially it looks amazing in the kitchen..!!
    Thanks for sharing..!!

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