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Sleek & Sophisticated Bathroom Tiles

Posted on Feb 23, 2017 by

Whether etched or oxidised, distinctive wall tiles dramatically alter the appearance of a bathroom and create a sleek, sophisticated sanctuary. These stunning tiles are the tops.

1. Specialist suppliers of handmade artisan tiles Bert & May have released a new bathroom range comprising made to order concrete basins and solid brass fixtures, both perfectly paired with Bert & May tiles. Black brushed glazed plain tile, £144 per sq m; Concrete twin basin, £1,620; Wall-mounted basin taps and spout with wheel, £765.60; all bertandmay.com

This exclusive bathroom range from Bert & May features brushed glazed tiles and a concrete basin

This exclusive bathroom range from Bert & May features brushed glazed tiles and a concrete basin
Image courtesy of Bert & May

2. Ateliers Zelij handcraft cement tiles and original surfaces. The brand showcased a striking new wall cladding during London Design Fair 2016; a dramatic, geometric design with a Midas touch. Sculptural Gold, price upon request, zelij.com

This striking wall cladding was spotted during London Design Fair

This striking wall cladding was spotted during London Design Fair
Image courtesy of Ateliers Zelij

3. The Perivale Tile Collection by Daniel Heath was inspired by London’s Art Deco architecture. Geometric patterns are etched into salvaged patinated Welsh slate. Each unique tile is cut and decorated to order. £450 per sq m, danielheath.co.uk

This dramatic tile collection was inspired by London's Art Deco architecture

This dramatic tile collection was inspired by London’s Art Deco architecture
Image courtesy of Daniel Heath Studio

4. In the home of photographer Debi Treloar, tarnished brass tiles handcrafted by Quirky Interiors have been used to clad the side of the bath. They are available in different finishes and made to order. Price upon request, quirkyinteriors.co.uk

These stunning tarnished tiles are available in a variety of different finishes

These stunning tarnished tiles are available in a variety of different finishes
Image courtesy of Quirky Interiors

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