Home to plenty of beautiful large format, modern wall and floor tiles our Tileworks range has lots to offer. Each year, we enrich this range with new products and for 2022, we’ve carefully selected four new tile collections, all offering something unique and special – we can’t wait to share them with you!
A small-format wood-effect plank with a satin texture, Nebraska comes in four colours. Use alone or mix together for a stunning, coastal look, the mixture of blues and whites contrast beautifully, creating a unique yet charming look.
We also love the use of a single colourway in a herringbone or brick-bond layout, the White option would create a contemporary, Scandinavian feel and opting for a Marine, Blue or Aqua will add instant impact.
The Oken range features hexagon and brick formats all with textured, rustic nuances, in five colourways.
Use together across both surfaces for a bold effect or use alone for feature walls – either way Oken hexagons provide a striking finish. The five colours create design options for a whole host of projects, from modern, colourful bathrooms to contemporary kitchens in playful tones.
Oken brick tiles also have a rustic, aged effect with a detailed patina. We’ve styled these brick tiles in a number of formats, showcasing how experimenting with different layouts can add character and create a variety of looks.
This polished porcelain tile is all about impact. Jewel black has a highly polished finish, imitating precious jewel tones and inspired by Onyx, this tile has eight faces, allowing for plenty of variation and a natural flow. This striking tile can be used on walls and residential floors – perfect for those looking for the wow-factor!
Playful pastel tones with a textured, sugary finish. These Sherbet kit-kat style bricks have a modern-rustic feel, in pastel tones of pink, blue, green , grey and white. Use alone for a subtle pop of colour or mix together for a gentle rainbow hue.
Kit-kat tiles are great for herringbone, stack-bond and brick-bond layouts, this collection is perfect for anyone looking to experiment with tile layouts and incorporate a touch of colour