Artworks tiles for beautiful bathrooms and kitchens

Friday 30 September 2016, Written by Nan Nawrocki

Tags: Bathroom, Kitchen

Tiles are likely to feature strongly when planning a bathroom or kitchen, whether you are starting at the beginning, doing a quick refresh or embarking on a total restoration project.  Look at whites, creams and pale greys for a clean, crisp style and build up from there.  There are several of these shades in our freshly relaunched Artworks Collection:

Brilliant White – bright and clean and works well with so many other colours, both light and dark

Vintage White – a new white with warmer tones than Brilliant White

Daisy White – has a soft satin finish

Imperial Ivory – an elegant cool cream

Colonial White – a creamy white to partner with traditional tile colours such as Victorian Green, Royal Blue and Burgundy

Regency Cream – rich and buttery, so perfect for a farmhouse kitchen

Chancel Grey – this new colour is almost white with a hint of grey

Westminster Grey – another new pale grey which is calm and contemporary

Style-wise, Artworks can be used in traditional locations if you combine tiles and mouldings to co-ordinate with existing classic sanitary pieces, a Victorian tiled floor, or to stay in keeping with the style of your house if it’s Victorian or Edwardian. Artworks field tiles, half tiles and the new brick shapes are timeless so you can also use them in more contemporary settings as they combine well with other materials such as glass mosaics, natural stone and flooring such as porcelain floor mosaics, wood (and wood effect planking).

Explore the new brochure, browse through the colours and formats and read more about Artworks on last week’s blog. For even more inspirational Artworks images visit our Facebook page and now Tumblr. Look out for our Pinterest boards which will be updated soon, and why not tweet us your latest Artworks installation?