KBzine: the original kitchen and bathroom industry e-news - since 2002
22nd September 2017
We strongly recommend viewing KBzine full size in your web browser. Click our masthead above to visit our website version.
British Ceramic Tile introduces its new on-trend Feature Floors range
For floors with the wow factor look no further than British Ceramic Tile's new Feature Floors collection.
Made using the latest HD inkjet technology, it's the perfect route to a statement floor, offering retailers and style-conscious consumers a wide choice of designs, from imitation pebble and grass effects to decorative patterns and motifs.
Hugely on trend, the Feature Floors range marries stunning contemporary and traditional designs with the practicalities of ceramic tile for a range that is set to transform floors from drab to fab. Senior Product Manager, Jayne Adamson, explains: "Our new Feature Floors range has been extremely well-received so far. The collection offers retailers a wide variety of options, appealing to a broad range of consumer tastes.
"From traditional patterns to contemporary must-have imitation effects, there really is something to suit all homes. And because our ceramic tiles are so hardwearing and easy to clean, they are a popular option for anyone looking to update their floors."
Mary's show-stopping, bold, beautiful print on 331 x 331mm tiles (pictured above) is a nod to the decorative, often eclectic designs, of the Victorian terraces of old. Bertie also draws inspiration from the Victorian era with its striking black and white colour scheme and kaleidoscopic-esque patterns in a 331 x 331mm square format tile. While Illusions captures the imagination with its head-turning 3D, three-tone block effect in two modern tones, grey and neutral, and 331 x 331mm tiles.
Contemporary with a sense of fun, the Feature Floors imitation collection, all in 331 x 331mm formats, is designed to appeal to the fashion conscious.
Alongside Stepping Stones, which has been designed to bring the beach to bathrooms everywhere, there is Walk In The Park (pictured left) with its realistic grass effect, enabling homeowners to bring a sense of the outdoors in. More adventurous consumers can make a splash in the bathroom with Infinity's water effect tiles.
Dipping into British Ceramic Tile's own Devonshire heritage, Devonstone's eye-catching warmth and character (pictured 2nd from top) adds textural interest to any room.
Available in a 331 x 331mm size and in two colourways; grey and brown, Devonstone's uniform tile design that means there's no matching up required, making it an incredibly easy patterned floor to install in the home.
The range is available now to retailers nationwide.
T: 01626 831391
27th June 2014