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British Ceramic Tile brings the latest trends to life through cutting edge design and production techniques


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ashion, food, homewares and interiors are all influenced by the latest trends from all over the world with Britain leading the way in the style stakes. A nation with an obsession for exceptional design and pushing the boundaries of manufacturing excellence, there’s no better time to celebrate the best of British.


One company changing the face of tiles here in the UK and abroad is British Ceramic Tile. A pinnacle of manufacturing excellence, the company has invested over £4million in its ultra modern factory to deliver cutting-edge tiles to retailers worldwide. Made using high quality, locally sourced raw materials, the company produces over 20,000 sqm of tiles per day, with state of the art


Conglomerate Feature Floor tile 33x33cm


production techniques propelling tiles forward into the 21st century.


‘Designed in Britain, made in Britain’, each tile begins its journey at the company’s head office, with the in house product development and design team translating the latest trends sweeping through interiors into collections that answer the needs of the customer.


New introductions include Conglomerate, a new range that embraces the Terrazzo trend. Visually intriguing and highly versatile, Conglomerate brings a sense of natural decoration to walls and floors, blending an intricate terrazzo- inspired print with an on-trend grey colour palette. Available in a white and mid grey 25x50cm wall tile, the design features an added lustre to highlight the surface pattern bringing a gentle shimmer to


walls. When it comes to the floor, the collection offers a coordinating dark grey and white 33x33cm tile, and a 33x33cm feature floor tile. With its angular pattern and creative design, the new feature floor tile takes a traditional terrazzo look and turns it on its head for a 21st century adaptation. A pattern featuring a series of strong graphical shapes, the tile combines shades of white and grey into one design for a patterned floor with a difference.


Celebrate industrial styling in all its glory with the new Smokestack collection. A concrete effect tile with a matt, textured finish, Smokestack can be used on both walls and floors, replicating the raw, earthy qualities of concrete on a ceramic tile. Available in a 50x50cm size, Smokestack delivers texture in abundance, bringing an unrivalled tactile quality to surfaces for a reclaimed, natural look. With this comes a whole host of benefits, as the range is waterproof, hardwearing and incredibly easy to install on walls or floors.


Want to see how these stunning tiles are made, visit our website.


Smokestack 50x50cm 8 BKU MAY 2018 BEST OF BRITISH EDITION


01626 831391 www.britishceramictile.com


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