Tileworks tiles have been designed to appeal to those customers looking for contemporary products and perhaps something a little different. The range continues to grow and evolve, reflecting trends in interior design and taking advantage of developments in manufacturing technology to make sure we offer you the best and widest choice. We are constantly seeking new tiles from around the world – although they have to fit into our exacting criteria for practicality, innovation, originality and beautiful good looks.
- Practical: Porcelain floor tiles by their nature are extremely hard wearing, and that’s why the majority of Tileworks tiles can be (and often are) used in commercial settings and subjected to high levels of wear and tear. It means you can be confident that the tiles you install in your home will be more than suitable for your needs. A selection of tiles are also rated as having low slip potential – these can be used with confidence in wet areas like bathroom floors and are also suitable for external use.
- Innovative: Continued advances in technology has meant that porcelain tiles can be made to look and feel exactly like other materials, such as wood, natural stone, concrete and metal. You can have all the benefits and appearance of these other materials with the added bonus of being almost maintenance free, long lasting and potentially easier to install. Look out for our wood-effect planking, concrete-effect large formats, steel-effect, stone-effect slate and marble effects.
- Original and Beautiful: if you are seeking something with drama for your walls, then Tileworks is a good place to start: large format textured tiles, patchwork effects and the amazing animal prints all provide the wow factor. Alternatively, for large expanses of floor to provide a subtle back drop in neutral colours, then Tileworks will also fit the bill.
The latest Tileworks brochures are full of inspiring photography and information regarding sizes, colourways and suitability. As with our other ranges, when it comes to choosing the tiles for your project it is always best to speak to your local retailer. Find your nearest Tileworks stockist then visit them in person to get advice and guidance, expertise on suitability and installation as well as being able to look at the tiles themselves to check their size, texture and colour. You’ll also be able to look at our other ranges such as Mosaicsand Glassworks for co-ordinating tiles and mosaics.