- Floral Tiles -
Floral Tiles Designs
Why Use Flower Ceramic Tiles?
Printed and Hand Painted Floral Tiles
Create a decorative wall or splash blooming masterpieces among other plain tiles. Be careful that they all have the same ‘ x ‘ dimensions. Your new design space will attract compliments from all who see it.
Non-Flower Botanical Tile Designs
If you prefer a less flowery look, we have got a selection of fruit, berry, and herb-themed alternatives. We have a wide selection, including favourite kitchen garden herbs. Choose thyme, mint, chives, or bay. There are also wonderful garden fruits like apples, plums, and berries.
We also have more muted tiles available as an alternative to flower tiles. Some of the designs in this category include trees like oak, beech, and hazel. All these creations celebrate the timeless natural beauty of forests, rivers, and woodlands. Check our gallery
Flower Tiles That Mimic Nature In Your Home, All Year Round
Some people decide to bring the outside in because they don’t have a garden. Others adore the garden so much they want to see glimpses of it in every room. Tiling creates a low-maintenance space.
You don’t have to wait for spring to roll around. Your ceramic flower tiling is beautiful and offers the colours of nature all year round.
For a fresh new look in your holiday let or guest bathroom, nature offers great inspiration. Pick a bright design background for your country cottage and immerse yourself in mother earth. Breathe in the magnificence of the outdoors and embrace the hues of foliage and plant lif
Flowers and Vintage Style Tile Designs
Are you a nature lover, gardener or someone into vintage and retro designs?
When you come to redecorate your interior rooms with flora and fauna, you may also like fruits and animals. Our vintage flower tiles are classic and timeless. Using the traditional floral tiles bathroom designs or something contemporary, you can’t go wrong. They make the perfect addition to any décor.
Many of our designs have a chic authentic vintage look. This is a result of the antique illustration of flower detail we infuse in them. One good thing about our botanic murals is that they never go out of fashion. They have been in existence since their creation in ancient Egypt.