British Ceramic Tile celebrate stunning original design with new additions to the Feature Floors collection

British Ceramic Tile celebrate stunning original design with new additions to the Feature Floors collection

October 2018

Bold, adventurous, and individual; the new Feature Floor tiles from British Ceramic Tile take the idea of ‘expressing yourself’ to a whole new level.

Samantha, Luka, and Stephanie form part of British Ceramic Tile’s Obsessively Original campaign, a wider brand initiative launched earlier this year to champion the creative use of tiles in the home.

All three designs typify the aim of the campaign, encouraging homeowners to be original with design. The courageous can now effortlessly inject charisma into their homes, with this striking range of new, inspired surface coverings.

Samantha is full of playful energy with a 1960’s vibe adapted for today, with a contemporary grey colour palette alongside playful composition.  Samantha features an unusual mix of angular shapes and circles for a vibrant pop art inspired design, with a retro vibe.

Luka features a luxurious white marble background, with a repeating half rectangle pattern in black for maximum contrast.

Stephanie’s regimented chevron pattern emphasises the striking monochrome colourway and, combined with a subtle marble background exudes sophistication.
All are suitable for wall and floor use, and come in a 330 by 330mm format.
W: www.britishceramictile.com

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