Our Decorative Tiles collections are carefully selected so that we have a large variety of floors, walls and external tiles for you to create from.
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Decorative Tiles FAQs
Decorative tiles will help you create that perfect designer touch in your next project, be it a residential, commercial or retail application. Also referred to as accent tiles, decorative tiles come in all sorts of tile shapes, colours, sizes and finishes to suit any style of design. From pattern tiles to fishscale tiles and more, explore our endless collection of decorative tiles!
How to use Decorative Tiles in the Home
Decorative tiles offer endless possibilities in your home’s design scheme. Available in such a wide range of shapes, colours and finishes, decorative tiles can be used to add a sense of drama in any area of the home making for an ideal feature wall or feature floor solution in the kitchen, laundry or bathroom. Tiles can also be used throughout your home’s other interior spaces as a flooring solution, providing a low maintenance and hard wearing surface finish throughout the entryways and living spaces for example.
What are Pattern Tiles Called?
A decorative tile solution, pattern tiles usually feature an intricate design on their surface. You will find many exciting options to suit both a traditional or contemporary design style in our encaustic tile collections as well as our porcelain encaustic look collections.
What Materials are available in Decorative Tile Collections?
You will find many exciting material options available in decorative tile solutions from ceramic or porcelain tiles to natural stone tiles, concrete tiles, mosaic tiles and plenty more.
Decorative Tile Feature Walls: Which Wall is usually a Feature Wall?
Tiled feature walls need not be restricted to the bathroom; using your preferred decorative tiles, you can create a stunning feature in any area of the home from the kitchen to the living area. Many decorative tile options can also be used in outdoor applications, providing a luxurious option for your garden walls, alfresco spaces or building facades. As a general rule of thumb, a feature wall is usually the first wall you see upon entering a room or alternatively, a feature wall can be the wall behind an area you wish to highlight such as the fireplace for example.
Creating a Feature Floor using Decorative Tiles
If you would prefer a feature floor rather than a feature wall, you can create a stunning look using a variety of decorative floor tile solutions. Concrete tiles, terrazzo tiles and porcelain tiles each provide stunning decorative floor tile solutions that can be easily complemented with softer, solid colours in the balance of your design scheme. Creating a sense of balance between your feature floor tiles and the other pieces in the space (i.e. wall tiles, kitchen benchtops or cabinets, furniture, etc.) will create an aesthetically pleasing look that is easy on the eye without feeling overwhelmed or cluttered.