Get the Victorian look
Love the look of Victorian tiles but not sure on the best way to incorporate them into your space? You’re not alone. We’re in love too, that’s why we’ve put together this handy reference. Read on and discover the tiles we recommend for your project!
Get the perfect Victorian floor
Paris Vivienne Nero supplied by Tile Depot for a customer in Barnsley
Tiled by DW Ceramics, follow the link to see more work on Instagram
If you live in the UK, you’ve definitely seen original Victorian floor tiles before. In the entrances and hallways of many homes in Britain they’ve survived the test of time. Their placement is no coincidence. Tiles were expensive and impressive, and you’d want to make sure your visitors saw them! Fortunately our tiles have the same wow factor, at a much friendlier price.
You have a few options here. You can pick a repeating pattern to create a beautiful geometric floor, or use black and white tiles in a traditional chessboard pattern. Both choices will give your visitors and guests a Victorian welcome to remember. You don’t need to live in a period house to pull this look off – these tiles are just as home in a postwar semi or a new build.
- Twenties Classic£36.75
- Twenties Diamond£36.75
- Twenties Petal£36.75
- London Mayfair£43.95
- Paris Bercy Blu£43.95
- Paris Charonne Nero£43.95
A modern Victorian kitchen in natural, earthy colours
- Biselado Duck Egg Brillo£22.50
- Woodglam Natural£39.95
- London Mayfair£43.95
- London Soho£43.95
These tiles combine perfectly to give you a perfect base for a modern Victorian kitchen
The Biselado (also known as metro or subway tiles) is a classic tile look that can be adapted for walls in many different contexts.
Here in a pale green-blue Duck Egg it’s perfect as a backsplash behind counters or as a full wall depending on your kitchen configuration.
The London range are Victorian encaustic inspired tiles whose colours complement the other warm tones in this selection
It can be used on the floor or, for a more daring look, as a backsplash on the wall behind kitchen counters.
When used on the floor you’ve got a few options to create a space that works for you.
Use it by itself on the floor, especially in smaller spaces, to create some character.
In open plan kitchen/living areas it can be used to designate and differentiate a section e.g. the kitchen floor, with a wood effect tile like Woodglam Natural used on the rest of the floor.
A monochrome bathroom with a touch of Victorian flair
This look would work especially well in a smaller bathroom. Plain white brick tiles on the wall are a perfect way to draw attention to a patterned feature floor