Classic Checks

Cambridge

Traditional check using 151mm/6" squares in the colours of your choice. It is set a 90o to the border/wall. Shown here with a simple border incorporating a Cavendish hand-decorated border Black on Dover White.

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Cambridge 3 Colour

Add a third colour creates a gingham-like effect. Shown here with a simple border.

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Dorchester

Check pattern using 106mm/41/8” squares in the colours of your choice. It’s like Wellington, but on the slant, set at 45˚ to the border/wall. Shown here with Clare border.

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Dorchester 4 Colour

Here four colours have been combined to create a gingham effect. Shown here with Woolf border.

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Oxford

Check pattern using 151mm/6” squares in the colours of your choice. It’s like Cambridge, but on a slant, set at 45˚ to the border/wall. Shown here with Kingsley border.

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Oxford 3 Colour

Move away from contrasting colours and combine light, medium and dark tones to create a softer effect. Shown here with modified Melville border.

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Scarborough

A simple pleasing pattern, this is also typical in parquet flooring. Made from the 151 x 75mm/6” x 3” rectangle, Scarborough is perfect for hallways and small areas. Shown in Red with a Carroll framing border. The pattern is plain enough to be complemented by Carroll, a more complex border.

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Stornoway

Two different sizes of rectangle make up this chevron effect. Why not add more interest with a Woolf border made from triangles

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Wellington

Traditional check using 106mm/41/8” squares in the colour/s of your choice. It is set at 90˚ to the border/wall. 

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Wellington 4 Colour

Here four colours have been combined to create a woven effect. Shown here with modified Melville border.

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Whitby

A bolder chevron design using the new large 305 x 75mm/12” x 3”, shown here in White. Shown here framed with a border made from the same 305 x 75mm/12” x 3” rectangle.

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Simple Geometry

Ambleside

A basket weave made up from small squares and rectangles. Add a simple printed border for the finishing touch. Shown here with Greek Key border.

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Brighton

Like Edinburgh (left) but made from smaller pieces. Shown here with a simple border using rectangles.

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Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a straightforward lattice design created from squares and rectangles. You can ring the changes by altering the colours used, from bold Red, Black and Old London to the softer Grey, Dover White and Black. Shown here with a simple border.

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Falkirk

The lattice pattern of Edinburgh, on the diagonal. Shown with simple border.

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Lincoln

Another woven effect design using the small 53mm/2” square and matching rectangle. Shown here with a simple border.

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Norwich

Similar to Brighton, but on the diagonal, which can make a room look larger. Shown with a modified Kingsley border.

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Perfect symmetry

Conway

Conway’s grid pattern is on the diagonal, similar to Fotheringhay. Shown with modified Browning border.

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Fotheringhay

A popular traditional design that looks good in any colour combination. Include a decorative tile for extra interest. Shown with a simple border.

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Richmond

Geometric tiles in traditional colours and designs are the perfect partner to our heritage Artworks range of ceramic wall tiles, as handsomely illustrated above. Shown with a Browning border.

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Diamonds are forever

Bloomsbury

A modern take on an Art Deco pattern, using diamonds for a crips geometric look. Show with a Kingsley Border

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St Andrews

This pattern offers simplicity in both design and installation, especially if you combine it with a line border. Shown with a border incorporating a Melbourne decorated tile.

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St Andrews 3 Colour

Same shape, different look. The diamond tile is available in eight colours, so you could try different colour combinations. Shown with a Burns border.

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Sunningdale

Another more complex variation, developing diamonds within diamonds. Shown with a modified Rossetti border.

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A perfect fit

Buckfastleigh

Looks good in one colour. Shown with a border made from diamond shapes.

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Carlisle

An additional colour adds extra appeal, ideal for a larger expanse of flooring. Shown with a modified Woolf border.

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Chelsea

Adding a contrasting colour adds extra interest. Shown with a framing border.

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Hexham

A pretty star shaped design. Shown with a Rossetti border.

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Huntingdon

Huntingdon includes a different hexagon to the others shown on this page. It’s a very useful shape particularly when creating borders. Shown with modified Bronte border incorporating Colebrooke decorated tile.

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Stratford

A cheerful pattern that’s easy to install in either sized hexagon. Shown with a simple border.

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Classic combinations

Ashbourne

Similar to Chesterfield, using the 106mm/4” octagon and 53mm/2” square. Shown with a modified Kingsley border.

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Chesterfield

The pattern is the same layout as York but the square is bigger (75mm/3”) and placed alongside the longer edges of the octagon. Shown here with Kingsley border.

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Harrogate

A reduced scale version of York using the 106mm/4” octagon and 37mm/1” square, suited to smaller areas like porches and halls. Shown with a modified Austen border.

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Nottingham

Similar to York, but on the diagonal. Shown with a Melville border.

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Sherwood

Again, a reduced version of Nottingham. Shown with a Joyce border.

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York

A confident pattern made from the large 151mm/6” octagon paired with the 53mm/2” square. Typically in black and white but looks good in any colour combination. Shown with a Byron border.

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Authentic and timeless

Arundel 3 Colour (Dover White/Grey/Pugin Blue)

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Arundel 3 Colour (Red/Green/Buff)

As the picture left shows, patterns look beautiful when seen from overhead, making these tiles an ideal choice for a hall at the bottom of a staircase. Shown with a Bronte border.

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Arundel 3 Colour (White/Black/Old London)

This pattern takes on a bolder look in White, Black and Buff. Swatch shown with a Hardy border.

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Timeless charm

Chatsworth

A pattern as grand as the stately home that it was named after. Shown with a Browning border.

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Inverlochy

This pattern takes its name from the design on the original floor at Inverlochy Castle, a grand Victorian house in Scotland. Queen Victoria wrote in her diary after a visit, “I never saw a lovelier or more romantic spot”. Shown with a Byron border.

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Lindisfarne

A striking design enhanced with Livingstone, one of our hand decorated tiles. Shown with a Stevenson border.

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Osborne

A grand and complex design made up from many different sized squares and triangles in six colours. Shown with a Browning border.

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Pomeroy

Dramatic in Black, Grey and Dover White.

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Warwick

Similar in layout to Inverlochy using both octagon and the hexagon piece. Shown with a Keats border.

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Westminster

Another complex design with an extensive repeating pattern. Shown with a Wordsworth border.

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Grand designs

Blenheim 3 colour

A traditional pattern in dramatic Black, Grey and Dover White. Shown with a simple border incorporating Telford Black on Dover White

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Blenheim 5 colour

A very popular pattern in traditional colours. An alternative colourway using Green instead of Blue and Brown is opposite. Shown here with a simple border incorporating Telford Blue.

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Cliveden

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Perfect proportions

Eltham

The Rochester pattern scaled down by using smaller tiles. Shown with modified a Browning border.

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Rochester 3 colour

This will be equally at home in traditional and contemporary settings. The same pattern, above, shows how altering the colours can really change the look. Shown with a Wilde border.

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Rochester 5 colour

Warm colours and the addition of a Livingstone decorated tile gives a more traditional feel. Shown with a Wilde border.

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Savoy

Another traditional-style design using squares and triangles. Shown with a simple border.

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A lasting impression

Braemar

An intricate pattern of stars and squares. Shown with a modified Bronte border.

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Colchester

A gothic style, intense pattern. Shown with a Thackeray border.

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Lambeth

Based on a grid pattern and created from squares and triangles. Shown with a modified Wordsworth border.

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Tenby

A pretty pattern which is enhanced by including the Cardigan hand decorated drop in tile. Shown with a Kingsley border.

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