December Featured Tiles: Burnt Oak & Sheffield

We can’t believe December is here and we’re nearly at the end of 2018! It’s been a great year for us and we want to thank our amazing staff and customers for being so supportive. We’ve saved two of our absolute favourite ranges for the last Featured Tiles of the year, so read on to find out more about them.

Burnt Oak

Designed to look like charred wood, the Burnt Oak range of tiles look fantastic in kitchens, hallways and dining areas. These gorgeous tiles were inspired by fire-aged hearths in cosy country homes, but somehow they manage to work well in both traditional and contemporary settings. Each box of 900x150mm tiles includes an assortment of different designs to help you create a realistic look. The hard-wearing porcelain tiles can be used on floors for a traditional look, or why not use them to create a quirky feature wall in your living or dining space?

Charred distressed wood effect porcelain tiles


Looking for a tile with real wow factor? The Sheffield range is reminiscent of rusted and distressed metal sheets – great if you want your kitchen or bathroom to stand out. The large format urban tiles have a slight shimmer on their surface, giving them an on-trend metallic finish. Available in Copper, Rust and Iron, Sheffield is again made of porcelain and can therefore be used on walls or floors.

Sheffield metallic effect porcelain tiles

As always our Featured Tiles have 20% off online and in our stores throughout December, no discount code or voucher is required. Our showrooms and customer services will be closed over the Christmas & New Year break but we’ll be back to process and ship your orders on 2nd January, see below for our full opening hours.

  • Thursday 20th December – Close at 4pm
  • Friday 21st to Thursday 27th December – Closed
  • Friday 28th – Open 9am to 4pm
  • Saturday 29th December to Tuesday 1st January – Closed
  • Wednesday 2nd January – Open as usual

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