Adding accent tiles to your rooms is a great way to inject personality into your home. There are so many different patterns and shapes in the tile world right now that you simply can’t ignore. From highly patterned squares, modern geometric shapes to 3D effect tiles.
Here is a roundup of a few of my favourites that I think you’ll like:
Instantly create a 3D effect splashback or feature wall with the simple introduction of these Hoxley Pistachio Tiles. Made from ceramic, this colourful ceramic square wall tile plays with light, and uses crisscrossing lines to generate visual effect. The soft green colour is versatile and will adapt to many different rooms and decor styles.
The Fan tile is a glazed ceramic wall tile in an Art Deco-inspired scallop shape. Ideal for creating a modern glamorous look with harmonious repetition in any interior environment. It would look fantastic in a bathroom
The scale range are contemporary ceramic tiles for walls, with bold and multi-tonal colours and a striking gloss finish. They are ideal for bold feature walls.
These matt finish wall and floor tiles are a real statement piece. The tiles come in a set of 4, each tile features a different pattern which all work nicely together. The Kaleidoscope tiles are also available in black, grey, blue, red and beige.
An elegant marble chevron tile named after the stylish town by the shore in Connecticut. The tiles have a subtle grey and gold veining, giving it a soft marble effect. It is perfect in bathrooms or as a kitchen floor or splashback. This tile would work perfectly in a Scandinavian kitchen with lots of natural wood.
The Old Havana tile is inspired by Cuba, where the design team were mesmerised by the intricacy of the floor tile design almost everywhere they went. The Old Havana cement tiles are in vibrant shades and playful designs based on their travels, they look fresh and contemporary. They’d bring pops of colour to any home.
A contemporary glazed porcelain collection with a matt concrete-effect finish displaying a number of patterns and motifs. Geometrica comprises five solid colours along with eight graphic patterns in a predominantly pastel coloured palette. Suitable for both walls and floors, the designs enable multiple layout options, allowing true personalisation with strong visual impact. When the tiles are used together, they create an interesting geometric effect.
This classic Italian marble mosaic tile combines honed, polished and subtly grooved finishes to give a dramatic ‘3D cube’ effect. The white and grey tones mean this tile would work alongside most colours and the geometric shape is suited to modern interiors.
In the same range as the Lines decor tile above, the Triangles décor tile features small scale triangles in a pastel colour palette. The pale pinks and blues and white contrast nicely with the black triangles. These tiles would be great on a hallway floor.
This geometric hexagon tile will add interest to any interior it is used in. These tiles would look stunning on both floor and eye-catching feature walls! The Dandelion tiles are available in a wide variety of colours from black and white, rich greens, bold blues, and soft pastels. The soft pink tiles are a millennial dream and would be right at home on Instagram!
Claybrook’s Byzantine tiles feel classic but with a real sense of style. I love the amazing colours and clarity of the glass in these beautiful mosaics. These tiles would be perfect on a bathroom wall, especially as a feature wall behind a bath or in a shower.
I hope you enjoyed reading this blog post, I definitely enjoyed doing some photography! All photos above were taken on an Olympus Pen camera, which I would highly recommend.
Have you used any of these tile in your own home? Let me know in the comments ↓
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