Shapes and textures that stimulate the senses
Tactility and shape combine in our latest tile collections.
Throughout history, shapes and patterns have proven to be an integral part of interior design. Not limited to one design style, these versatile structures can flex to fit with evolving trends. Complementing minimalist decors, texture and pattern add visual interest to neutral colour palettes without being overwhelming. On the other end of the spectrum, the maximalist trend embraces bold shapes and colours, often displayed across a variety of surfaces.
Our latest tile collections feature a range of shapes and textures for designers to explore.
Taking inspiration from naturally occurring patterns, our new marble ranges Eden and Allure each feature intricate vein detailing. Providing elegant style as well as a connection to nature, these luxury designs help to soothe the senses, for a calming, human-centric interior.
For further dimension amongst a muted colour palette, both ranges explore unusual textures, combining geometric elements with a tactile surface. Linear structure wall tiles provide soft detailing, with a barely-there effect that injects interiors with a sense of movement. The perfect style for premium hotel lobbies and en-suites, create a statement wall with Eden's rhombus structure, its high gloss finish adding further opulence and sophistication.
Selecting one shape to tessellate across a surface can create a stabilising yet visually stimulating aesthetic. This rhythmic repetition of a design establishes a sense of order that is calming and reassuring, an ideal choice for workplace design.
Tapping into the geometric trend, the Stamford collection features geometric decor glazed ceramic wall tiles, combining shape and texture for an origami-esque effect. The range's neutral colour palette spans four shades, each available in both stone and wood designs. Combine material designs of the same shade for a harmonious interior scheme, with the geometric decors adding further interest and depth to the space.
Explore the Stamford collection.
Incorporating movement within a design scheme doesn't always require strong patterns or textures. Sometimes, less is more, as can be seen with the new Stoneleigh glazed porcelain and ceramic wall and floor tile collection. Exploring surface decoration, each shade features a subtle mottled design that offers depth and fluidity without being overpowering.
In keeping with the pared-back design, the diamond structure wall tile options showcase a raised surface texture that remains soft and soothing. For contemporary commercial interiors, such as retail and hospitality venues, the range's grey colour palette and variety of size formats, achieve an industrial, urban look.
See the complete Stoneleigh range.