Introducing Architectural Elements13 May 2021
To complement the National Trust Tile Collection, we have also created a ‘collection within a collection’. Designed to celebrate both the buildings and the gardens within the National Trust, it aims to highlight specific rooms, buildings, properties and precise areas of greenery and nature. As anyone who has visited the National Trust knows all too well, they are all about the details and we have taken the utmost care with this collection, to create an architectural edit that focuses on the masters of bold, beautiful design.
There are three porcelain collections suitable for walls and floors and a ceramic range for walls only. Some of the highlights include our Moseley tiles, inspired by the Knot Garden at Moseley Old Hall.
We are also proud to introduce Llanerchaeron, influenced by original panelling within this 18th-century property, a perfect blend of classic and contemporary style. We also have the Melange design, which feels like a faded wallpaper and blends the theme of each of our wall tiles from this collection.
The first of our ceramic wall tile range within our Architectural Elements collection, Wimpole Hall makes a stunning statement on feature areas within kitchens and bathrooms. Inspired by a pattern found on wallpaper in the Lord Chancellor’s bedroom at Wimpole Estate, the tiles work vertically as well as horizontally.
Influenced by the ceiling of the studio at Red House in Kent, this ceramic wall tile is ideal for bathrooms. The ceiling was believed to have been originally designed by British textile designer William Morris, so we have drawn on his incredible legacy to create a decorative wall tile suitable for modern living.
Taking its cue from the wallpaper-lined rooms at Arlington Court in Devon, this ceramic wall tile of the same name evokes a sense of its Regency past. Ideal for creating a bathroom with a luxurious feel or for adding a glamorous finish to kitchen splashbacks and feature walls.
A porcelain tile suitable for walls and floors, the Moseley tile is directly inspired by Moseley Old Hall’s Tudor Knot Garden and it’s this striking repeat pattern that makes it the perfect tile for splashbacks, feature areas, full wall cladding in shower areas as well as rug-effect floors in kitchens.
Give guests a warm welcome with a hallway floor adorned with Llanerchaeron inspired by the incredibly detailed 18th-century wooden wall panelling in the villa at Llanerchaeron. A matt porcelain tile suitable for floors and walls, its barely-there grey tones allow the pattern to shine bright.
Perfect for walls and floors, Melange porcelain takes the clean lines of National Trust architecture and gives it a contemporary edge. The random patterns within each pack allow for a unique layout that blends the theme of each of our wall tiles to create the perfect match for any of our Architectural Elements ceramics.