Utopia    Feature 25 Aug 2017

From art-deco marbles to geometry and blues – we’re looking at the latest on-trend tile designs

Tiles are dynamic and intriguing and can totally transform a space, wall or floor instantly. They work wonderfully in the bathroom to create bold patterns, appealing colours, striking feature walls and alluring flooring.

Left: These Gabriella Ocean tiles from The Stone and Ceramic Warehouse join together perfectly to create dynamic geometric patterns that will transform a bathroom. These porcelain tiles are ideal for creating feature walls but they can also be used on the floor to add colour and character. £100 per square metre. The Stone and Ceramic Warehouse | sacw.co.uk


Centre: Versace Tiles were founded in Milan in 1997 by Gianni Versace himself, the fashion designer decided to collaborate with Gardenia Orchidea as a partner of choice, as they shared both similar aims and values. The nest raw materials, timeless colour combinations and the key decorative elements characterise the Versace Ceramics Collections. From £120 per square metre. C. P. Hart | cphart.co.uk


Right: The sumptuous glazes of Pamesa’s Casa Mayolica wall tile collection evokes the rich colours of antique painted pottery, which is particularly vivid in this Basalto colourway (shown here). Available in a 20cm x 60cm format, these striking tiles with their watery glaze make an ideal backdrop for
a contemporary freestanding bathtub and vessel sink in charcoal grey. Pamesa | pamesa.com