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January Featured Tiles – Cactus Bevelled and Central

Happy New Year from London Tile – we hope everyone had a fantastic festive break. With plenty of new ranges already on the way, we can’t wait to help you find your dream tiles in 2017. This month we have picked two very different ranges to feature, hopefully providing some inspiration to anyone looking to revamp their home for 2017. Check out our blog post on our predictions for the top tile trends for the next year, and keep an eye on the blog for more information about our exciting new ranges.

Cactus Bevelled

Crackle glaze tiles have been popular for quite some time, and the trend originally emerged as people hunted out vintage tiles that had acquired a patina of cracked glaze over time. This crazed surface looks fantastic in rustic and country style kitchens, thanks to it’s retro look. Now you can get the look without searching salvage yards, thanks to our range of crackle glaze tiles. Our Cactus Bevelled range of ceramic tiles are perfect for kitchen and bathroom walls, and even look cool when used within a modern design.

Available in classic white and ivory, the tiles also come in interesting shades like Sage, Marine and Fog. As the glaze on the surface of these tiles is cracked, you may want to protect them using a suitable crackle glaze protector, particularly if you are using a dark coloured grout.


While the Cactus tiles have a distinct vintage feel, the Central range is definitly the opposite. The large format floor tiles have the look of modern concrete or cement floors, giving them an urban and modern feel. Perfect for open plan kitchens and dining areas, the tiles can also be using in living spaces to create a cool and contemporary look. Made from hard-wearing porcelain, the Central tiles are available in three grey-toned colours – Sand, Moon and Grey.

Don’t forget we change our Featured Tiles each month, and both ranges also have a 10% discount online and in our showrooms.


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