From bold colours to eye-catching patterns, mosaics are making a comeback in a big way.
With one of the largest collections of mosaics, CTD Architectural Tiles’ exceptional range of modern designs will add glamour and interest to any residential or commercial interiors project.
Offering a variety of colours, sizes and materials, the return of mosaics has seen the introduction of new finishes such as metal or wood-effect designs as well as striking hexagon and geometric patterns.
Ideal for those designers or architects looking to make a true style statement, CTD Architectural Tiles is able to specify a broad range of products to achieve a truly stunning on-trend scheme.
An increasingly popular tile choice, mosaics are extremely versatile as they are able to be applied to flat or curved surfaces as well as being suitable for dry and wet areas on both walls and floors.
With the additional benefit of slip resistant properties, CTD Architectural Tiles’ mosaic collection also supports the technical requirements for swimming pool applications.
Part of the Saint-Gobain family, CTD Architectural Tiles specialises in the supply of high quality ceramic tile finishes and tiling solutions across all sectors in the UK commercial specification market. With clients in a variety of sectors including the leisure, retail, hospitality industries, CTD Architectural Tiles is committed to bringing customers the latest innovations in product and in service.
With unparalleled expertise and technical knowledge, the CTD Architectural Tiles team works with industry leading, innovative manufacturers to offer a complete portfolio of ceramic and porcelain tile ranges to suit the architect, interior designer, developer and specification professional.
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