Embrace the trend for weathered, aged surfaces  with HD Distressed Wood from British Ceramic Tile

Embrace the trend for weathered, aged surfaces with HD Distressed Wood from British Ceramic Tile

August 2018

Distressed Wood from British Ceramic Tile is the latest addition to the company’s market-leading HD collection.  A marriage of opposites, this wood-effect tile combines rustic textures with modern colour influences to create a wall and floor covering that is contemporary yet homely.  

Full of character and plenty of hidden charm, HD Distressed Wood personifies the trend for tactile textures with its worn, distressed look.

Made using the latest in high definition technology, this range harnesses the natural beauty of wood and translates it to ceramic tile, delivering all the same design aesthetics without the preparation and maintenance needed with real timber. These tiles are well suited to wet room environments and will not warp or buckle over time.

Available in an elongated 150 by 500mm plank with a matt finish, each tile has a slightly different wood grain effect, and tonal colour variation ranging from earthy, organic shades of cream and beige through to hints of pale blue for something totally unique.

It’s very on trend and unlike anything on the market with its colour variation, making it a strong addition to British Ceramic Tile’s best selling HD collection.
W:  www.britishceramictile.com

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