Original Style Victorian Floor Tiles

There’s a reason you see so many Victorian tiled paths and entryways in London; that’s right, the majority of houses are built in the Victorian style! So it’s no wonder why Victorian floor tiles by Original Style are in such high demand. Originally decorating London’s churches, cathedrals, pubs, and now more than ever, the homes of everyday Londoners, these geometric tiles are not going anywhere.

How to Clean Porcelain Tiles

The great thing about porcelain is that it cannot be harmed by even the strongest cleaner. So whatever you have on your tiles, be it organic material like dirt and leaves, waxy substances like hair products, oils and grease, red wine or cola, or even dried cement like grout or adhesive, not to worry. Fila’s cleaners will take care of any type of dirt or grime.

Two things to make your cloakroom feel bigger

Often our customers come into the showroom explaining that they have a small cloakroom and need small tiles. What they might not realise is that if they want their cloakroom to look larger, they need to use larger tiles. The reason for this seemingly counter-intuitive solution has to do with the grout joints and the fact that the larger the tiles, the fewer grout lines there are. Conversely, the smaller the tiles, the more grout lines you’ll end up with. The latter equates to a more sectioned appearance

New Stone by Ceramiche Piemmegres

If you’been looking for stonetiles with a modern flare but don’t want to deal with the upkeep and maintenance then have we got a fantastic new range porcelain tiles for you! Piemmegres are one of the best in the business when it comes to high fashion stone-effect porcelain tiles and certainly their New Stone range is no exception. This range showcases five brilliant stone effect colours accompanied by a breathtaking range of feature tiles that will transform any room into a beautiful, modern space.

Slate Appeal

Due to it’s rustic variation and yet clean cut edges, slate has both a rustic and modern feel; part of the reason for its wide appeal. It’s one of those tiles that cuts through the fashion trends and can stand on its own by the sheer fact that it is so unique. The most popular areas for which we sell slate are hallways, conservatories, and most often,

Struggling with Small Tile Displays? We can help!

We have brought in a great new product from our shower tray supplier Polyfab Coatings and Systems Ltd that will not only save you both time and money but also add a whole lot of luxury to your bathroom or wetroom. Introducing, our brand new linear shower tray drains!

New Linear Shower Drain Trays!

We have brought in a great new product from our shower tray supplier Polyfab Coatings and Systems Ltd that will not only save you both time and money but also add a whole lot of luxury to your bathroom or wetroom. Introducing, our brand new linear shower tray drains!

Rectified Tiles

In the simplest of terms, a traditional (non-rectified) porcelain tile is formed prior to being whereas a rectified tile is CUT after being fired. A tile becomes rectified only when it is cut at a ninety degree angle after being produced, meaning that the edges are perfectly symetrical. In the production of traditional non-rectified tiles this step is excluded, leaving the edges rounded and slightly “open”. This can lead to inconsistent and imperfect edges, which will show up in the finished product of your tiled room.

What are porcelain tiles?

A question that seems to be fraught with misinterpretation and confusion, porcelain tiles are actually part of the ceramic family but are distinct in their characteristics, which stems from the slight (albeit crucial) difference in materials used, and the modes of production.