We stock an extensive range of floor tiles suitable for any type of domestic or commercial installation, and a selection of these are shown here on our website. But with new tiles constantly coming into our showroom and warehouse we do not show every tile in every size. As an established family business with many years experience, we have developed a worldwide network of suppliers who supply directly to us so if you are looking for a particular type of tile call us or e-mail us via the contacts page and we are sure that we can help. We offer all of our high quality tiles to both trade and public at trade prices backed up by friendly, professional advice and supply architects and interior designers as well as the DIY enthusiast.
If you are aiming for a very contemporary look, remember that many floor tiles are equally suitable for walls so can be used on both the walls and floor of your room for a beautiful, sophisticated look.
We hold huge stocks of porcelain wall tiles and floor tiles in our warehouse in Watford so you can come along and view the actual tiles before you buy. Many of our stock floor tiles and special orders are displayed in our showroom so you can see what they look like in-situ and we have something for everyone whatever your tastes and budget. From simple, smooth porcelain tiles that we always hold in stock to highly textured stone effect porcelain (which is virtually indistinguishable from natural stone) and the increasingly popular wood-effect floor tiling. We are also authorised suppliers of designer tiles by Versace and Philippe Starck if you are looking for something truly special.
Why not browse a small selection of our huge stocks via the images below. Or see how a designer influence could transform your space with Philippe Starck Tiles.
And while you’re here….
A bathroom obviously needs to be very practical but it is also a place for relaxation and unwinding after a hard day so don’t just work on the practical aspects – try and inject some stylish elements too.
Your bathroom design cannot be easily changed once done so put some extra thought in now to get the space you really want – one that improves your lifestyle but also, hopefully, adds value to your home.
Of course, practicality, warmth and luxury do not always easily go hand in hand. Many bathrooms are designed with the intention of being a sleek contemporary space, only to end up looking cold and clinical with glossy white tile flooring. Here are some ideas to help you get your bathroom design right:
A black and white bathroom is perhaps the easiest way for those of us without too much design talent to create a gorgeous space ourselves because it is very difficult to get it wrong. Monochrome bathrooms do not date quickly and always look chic. With your bath, basin and WC in white the only real choice remains which black and white tile flooring to choose (and maybe whether to go for some patterned layout). By limiting your choice to just 2 colours this takes away much of the headache of choosing a colour scheme.
Think statement basins in stone, metal or even wood – there are even wood baths available if you are feeling daring – teak, of course as that is the only truly water resistant wood. If you are concerned about the practicalities of wood in the bathroom there are some very realistic wood-effect porcelain tiles available that are right on trend. Just a word of warning – avoid those tacky seaside designs and accessories.
Although bathroom designers are very keen to sell bathroom furniture think about whether you really need a whole bank of storage cupboards in the bathroom. Some people do but if you have storage space elsewhere in your home it will make you bathroom feel larger if you avoid too much furniture. Of course if you have a very large bathroom go for it – otherwise a decent-sized cabinet to hide the clutter is probably all you need.
It is easy to end up cluttering a bathroom so think about the use of every item. Window ledges do not have to be filled with “stuff” but can be used for a few choice accessories to pull your scheme together.
One under-used trick to add chic style to any room in your home is to use textures. Place a plush rug on the floor or maybe create a vertical band of natural stone mosaics to highlight a feature. Textures provide depth and interest without overwhelming a bathroom.
A bathroom is a very personal space so trust your instincts. Interior designers may tell you to follow rules when designing but then we would all end up with identikit homes that looked like hotels – although maybe that’s not such a bad idea.