British Ceramic Tile and Laura Ashley collaborate to launch a stunning new collection

From traditional floral motifs to bold geometric patterns, check out this new inspiring collab

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British Ceramic Tile and Laura Ashley have once again demonstrated their expert design skills launching a stunning new collection of wall and floor tiles. Drawing on the latest colour trends and textures (think blush marble and midnight blue patterns), the new collection has a gorgeous range of styles from traditional floral motifs to graphic geometric prints...

1. Annecy 

With its soft hues and damask print, Annecy is inspired by the wood block style found on a vintage French textile in the Laura Ashley archive. Sure, it's a very traditional tile but the floral motif is in no way twee, and the new colourways (Dove Grey, Powder Grey and Duck Egg) are delicate yet fresh.

British Ceramic Tile Annecy

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2. The Heritage Collection 

As part of the new collection, the best selling Mr Jones and Wicker tiles are now available in two new colour ways – Duck Egg and the deep blue Midnight. We love the geometric print of the Mr Jones tiles, and in the new Midnight shade? Dreamy. 

British Ceramic Tile Mr Jones in Midnight

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3. Malham 

A first of its kind for Laura Ashley, this new 50 x 50cm large format floor tile has been specially designed to complement new and existing collections through a simplistic, natural look. A gloss finish brings an element of luxury while the inky, swirling effect of oily marble combined with a Natural or Slate White colour way gives the tiles a rustic vibe.

British Ceramic Tile Malham

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4. The White Collection

The existing White Collection has been extended with the introduction of the stunning Hawthorn tile. Drawing inspiration from nature, the delicate foliage print features a slight lustre effect for an extra dimension. Oooh just look at that shimmer...

To see the entire collection and check out more of the latest tile trends head to www.britishceramictile.com.

The Hawthorn tile

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