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?
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.
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.