Blog/Fiandre Release Textured Surface Tiles

in this home office, textured walls by fiandre are paired with contemporary furnishings

Here, porcelain floor tiles are paired with black textured wallpaper to create a stylish monochrome home office.

 

here a vibrant blue wall creates a playful yet calming environment
The neutrality of the tile means they can be paired with vibrant colours such as blue to create a calming environment.

 

 

Architectural surface company Fiandre has released a textured porcelain tile inspired by the dramatic Scandinavian landscape. Throughout the collection the raw texture of stone has been used to reflect the brutality of nature, giving an uneven, distressed appearance ideal for application in vintage, industrial or contemporary schemes.

Available in a series of neutral colours the collection gradates from white to beige into black, meaning that the surfaces can be paired with a range of colours and existing textures. The tiles can be used both indoors and outdoors, making them extremely versatile and giving the ability to create a visual continuity between different spaces around the home. The tiles are available in 120x60, 60x60 and 60x30cm and in a semi-polished finish.

tone on tone cladding creates a style statement in this contemporary living room

Beige floor tiles work effortlessly with burgundy and pastel tones to create a warming interior space.

 

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