Our new 2017 Tileworks collection
Friday 28 July 2017, Written by Laura Tompkins
There’s no denying the beauty of these new Montblanc brick tiles, a brilliant choice for kitchens and bathrooms, especially for those lusting after some luxe. Brick tiles are getting a lot of limelight lately, with homeowners opting for contemporary layouts like stack bond and herringbone to liven up dull spaces.
Mix together all four colours, Blue, Pearl, White and Anthracite for a gorgeous feature wall or just use one shade alone, either way these tiles will add some luxury. These additions complement the existing Montblanc collection, try teaming together with one of the large format tiles. We love how all of the sizes and colours work together.
Wonderful Wood Effect
We’ve also complemented our Wood Effect collections with Oakwood and Krea. Oakwood comes in four realistic wood toned shades, shown below is Oakwood Nut, a gorgeous neutral blend suitable for all living spaces.
Krea comes in three shades and two versions, with one suitable for inside and outside use, as well as wet areas. We’ve used it in a bathroom setting below and love the earthy grey undertones, teamed with contemporary fittings and fixtures for a cool contrast.
Krea also looks great in other areas of the home and is ideal as a neutral base for floors in living areas.
In concrete effect, there’s Pescara, a matt large format tile which is available in a smooth or textured finish. The great thing about this range is how the two finishes work together. Try brick bonding to add some interest or keep it contemporary with a stack bond style.
For something with a little more atmosphere we’ve added Shadow, which comes in 4 shades of grey. Choose from a 600 x 300mm format or a 600 x 600mm, or use both! Shown below is Shadow Dust (wall) and Shadow Anthracite (floor).
There is also a decorative option for those looking to add a little more pattern to the mix.
There’s something about marble…
To complement our ever popular marble collection we’ve added a striking black colourway, Nero Marquina. It’s suitable for wet walls, which makes for a great splashback, use as a standalone piece or create a whole wall as below. Either way Nero Marquina will add a dose of drama!