Posted 12th Jun 2018

Refined terrazzo from British Ceramic Tile

By KBBDaily on 12th June 2018 - 08:00am


British Ceramic Tile has recently launched its Conglomerate collection to retailers, a striking new range that reflects the growing consumer trend for terrazzo-inspired interiors.

Offering a white and mid grey 25x50cm wall tile, co-ordinating dark grey and white 33x33cm tiles and a striking 33x33cm feature tile, the Conglomerate collection features an added lustre effect to highlight the surface pattern bringing a subtle yet attractive shimmer to walls and floors.

With its angular pattern and creative design, the new feature tile takes a traditional terrazzo look and turns it on its head for a 21st century adaptation. A pattern featuring a series of strong graphical shapes, the tile combines shades of white and grey into one design for a patterned floor with a difference.

“It’s clear to see that terrazzo designs are in demand, with consumers bringing the look into their homes through floors, walls, cabinets and sanitaryware,” said British Ceramic Tile’s head of retail marketing and brand, Jayne Adamson. “These intricate mosaic-inspired designs offer an interesting alternative to granite, marble and concrete for a more handmade, artisan look.

“Our new range has two options to appeal to different consumers in store; a more pared back terrazzo and a confident feature tile. They work together beautifully, or can be used individually if customers are looking to focus on a certain area such as a feature floor in a bathroom.”

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