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British Ceramic Tile expands popular Ted Baker ArTile range

* BCT-FLIGHT-OF-ORIENT.jpgBritish Ceramic Tile's latest addition to the ArTile collection showcases one of Ted's signature prints - Flight of the Orient. Transporting homeowners into a far-flung paradise, the newest splashbacks are heavily influenced by the Orient, with exotic birds and blossom trees being married with a soft palette of blues and pinks.

Part of the Ted Baker Residence collection, the ArTile family is a range of glass splashbacks that bring some of Ted's most iconic prints into the home, with the latest addition celebrating the trend for Orient-inspired patterns and colours.

Jayne Adamson, marketing manager at British Ceramic Tile, comments: "The ArTile range has proved to be popular with consumers who use the splashbacks to bring a touch of fashion into their homes. The pretty blooms of Flight of the Orient and its soft colour palette help to create a relaxing atmosphere, while either an on-trend grey or mint background will complement a lot of this year's interior design trends.

"What makes Flight of the Orient stand out is that it can be used to add colour to the kitchen with its subtle tones of pink and blue, while also translating one of Ted Baker's most iconic prints into a work of art for the home. The ArTile splashback can also be fitted to walls with ease thanks to the self-adhesive backing and is crafted from glass which is incredibly easy to clean and maintain in busy areas such as the kitchen."

Both colours are available in 600x750mm size and have been designed to work as a splashback for the kitchen/bathroom, or as a stand along item of wall art. The same design also comes in a petit 200x250mm size.

T: 01626 831391
W: www.britishceramictile.com

1st April 2016




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