Our range of encaustic Patterned Wall Tiles

Patterned Wall Tiles

One of the defining elements of stylish Victorian interiors, patterned wall tiles actually date back far beyond that busy industrial era. These tiles can be used to create and enhance a whole range of different looks, from geometric patterns inspiring images of magical Moorish splendour through to bold contemporary chic, and much more besides. All patterned tiles in the Indigenous collection are handmade by skilled craftsmen who meticulously follow time-honoured traditional techniques to produce an exquisite range of elegant designs.

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Modern tile production

Known as ‘encaustic’ tiling, today’s wall tiles are still hand-crafted by skilled artisans using traditional moulds and frames. A mix of natural marble powder, coloured pigments and cement is used to hand fill a complex pattern mould. Then, a final backing layer of sand and cement is added before firing takes place. Indigenous wall tiles measure 200 x 200mm and are carefully treated with a protective sealant pre-finish to create an easy-care surface.

Wall tiles and interior design

Geometric-inspired patterns are very on-trend and can be used as a backdrop to enhance a style, or on a feature wall to capture attention. The addition of patterned tiles to an otherwise neutral space can also add extra interest – and they’re also popular in spaces that you wouldn’t normally tile, like the bedroom.

Colourful highlights of the Indigenous collection

- The Black Tulip encaustic follows an intricate design with artistic representations of tulip flowers set against a light grey background. The interlinking of this pattern creates a visually stunning effect.

- Fes is a strong hexagonal pattern in blue, grey and black, which suggests Islamic influences. Once installed, the final visual effect is stunning and this tile is very popular with interior designers.

- Inspired by the childhood toy, the Kaleidoscope pattern captures the feel of changing patterns and reflections. Using a combination of pastel blue, grey and white, this design has its own vintage charm – with a hint of Moroccan influence – and would enhance both contemporary and traditional spaces.

- Labyrinth displays a simple and stylish interlocking white pattern against a light grey background. This design has a modern vibe and would be an elegant way to bring some pattern into a contemporary setting.

- Taking a minimalist approach, Medina replicates a simple diamond pattern in grey and white. Its strong lines create a clean, uncluttered design and the overall effect is striking.

- Patchwork Multicolour combines numerous patterns and colours, and is indeed a patchwork. Far from being cluttered, the final look is amazing. This bold design is a particular favourite amongst interior designers.

- A vintage pattern with strong Moorish influences, Zaragoza is an intricate design in black, grey and white. Full of exquisite detail, this is a most attractive tile.

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