How times change. Long gone are the days of small, rustic tiles being the only choice for kitchen splashbacks. Nowadays there are a wealth of exciting colours, shapes, sizes and materials to compliment or contrast your kitchen. Large tiles can give the illusion of seamless space while smaller tiles can be used in differing patterns and mixes to achieve to achieve the perfect look.
So, sit back, scroll down and browse the latest collections assembled by our experts in-house designers.
Keep It Simple
When kitchen doors are coloured or patterned, worktops are statements, and/or floors are decorative, all you need is something plain on the walls.
Plain, of course, does not mean boring. With some of our heavy glazes in matt and gloss finishes, plain means class.
Spice It Up With Patterns
Patterned tiles have revolutionised the kitchen wall tile market in recent years. From strong Victorian to cool urban, these tiles can bring a kitchen to life. If you feel the look may be too strong over all the walls, why not use them as a feature in part of the kitchen? For instance above the hob.
Believe in Bevel
Often called metro tiles, the bevel edged look is now an established favourite for kitchen walls. They can be laid brick-style (for the more traditional look) or in straight columns (for a more modern look). Available in multiple colours and sizes, we will have a bevelled tile to suit your needs.
The Many Faces of Split Face
These cleverly engineered tiles give the look of hand-quarried stone. Widely used in many areas of the home, it has fast become a stylish favourite.
Classical Stone and Marble
If you're looking for a simple but classy, timeless look, this could be your category. From almost-white Carrara to heavy, dark blue stones, there will be a colour and finish to compliment your kitchen.
These tiles replicate the beautiful materials quarried from around the world.