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Porcelain meets Leather. Say hello to Hide!

Animal husbandry was founded during the Neolitic era. Over this period hides were sold to communities so they could protect themselves from the elements. The oldest known piece of leather was discovered in a form of a shoe around 3,500BCE.

This ancient material over time has never lost its appeal both in a practical and aesthetic sense. Our Hide range takes the soft and irregular textures found in this hardy material and transforms them into a porcelain tile.

Available in three subtle tones and two large sizes of 1200x1200mm and 600x1200mm to show off the detail of the finish

To view the range in more detail please click HIDE.

Extreme - our supersize tile collection!

A huge trend in interior design right now is for large format tiles, and our exciting new Extreme range really delivers on this - starting from 800x800mm to a staggering 3200x1600mm. The ‘supersized’ tiles are manufactured in Italy, in the largest kiln ever built, and will give a seamless feeling of space to any contemporary design project.  At just 7mm thick, the tiles are also easy to handle and cut, so suitable for walls and floors.


These beautiful marble-effect tiles have powerful aesthetic appeal and will transform any large residential or commercial areas into breath-taking, elegant spaces. This range comes in seven sizes and eleven contrasting colours from opulent gold to white veined black marble and will look stunning on either of the matt or gloss surfaces available. To view range click here: Extreme Royale.


The six sizes and four neutral tones in our Extreme Boulder range are ideal for large modern, contemporary design projects. This range combines the aesthetic qualities of several different stones originating from the south of France, with constantly changing shades and textures that will make a striking, elegant and original impact across any large space. To view range click here: Extreme Boulder.


The tones in our Extreme Oxygen range contrast brilliantly with weathered textures to create an eye-catching fusion of surfaces and materials present in modern industrial architecture. The coloured porcelain stoneware slabs echo vibrant oxidized metals and are available in six sizes and four colours, from a deep, earthy rust-effect tile, to a lighter silvery grey.  To view range click here: Extreme Oxygen.


 Extreme Static range is the definition of minimalism on a grand scale. Inspired by different limestone effects from Northern and Central Europe, this tile comes in three sophisticated natural colours - sand, coal and grey, and is ideal for use in contemporary architecture. To view range click here: Extreme Static.

A simplistic range packed with Japanese character

Burning Cedar planks dates far back into Japanese history as a traditional method of preserving wood, resulting in a material which was unique in appearance and held an artistic finish. This treated method was called Shou Sugi Ban. Japanese carpenters developed this technique which was in high demand from builders of the time who craved a material that was protected from the elements.

Inevitably the tradition has been replaced by modern techniques and materials however this iconic piece of craftsmanship is so unique to the Japanese landscape that it was hard not to resurrect it back into interior design.

Porcelain has reinterpreted the true essence of this historical process into three tones which flow through the spectrum of a cindered process.

To draw out the Japanese design, a selection of distinct decorative items have been created to inspire the completed project. From a delicate bamboo print to a interpretation of the Rising Sun a Japanese concept by which beauty takes shape from imperfection and fragility (Decor C).

A truly simplistic range which holds depth of meaning and historical Japanese character.  To order any samples or to view the range in more detail please click here. 

Colliding a floral print with recovered metal

A truly inspirational range, packed with historical adventure. Say hello to Victoria, a range inspired by North American urban architecture which captured the true essence of the traditional Victorian building.

From the port of Genoa, a destination where Italian explorers departed from to discover the world, they fell upon in northern America distinct buildings which held detailed floral designs that covered the ceilings of the salons of the time. 

The Victoria range has taken a snapshot  of time and collided the print with the material of recovered metal from bridges and platforms from the Italian landscape which had been aged by the sea air and time to create a unique finish.

This distinct decorative item is distinctive in appearance as a standalone feature area creating a real point of difference - to order a sample please visit the range page by clicking here.

One porcelain collides stones from four quarries

A unique porcelain that has acquired stones from four different quarries and collided them together to create this stunning piece of stoneware. A delicate vein runs through the pieces providing the space its laid in a natural and calming atmosphere. Say hello to Stonework.

Alongside the base porcelain, three distinct decorative textures have pulled the range into a contemporary stone category. An Arrow, Dot and Line effect across the grey-toned tiles fuses together a natural product with modern aspirations.




The decorative mosaic adds further depth to the range by drawing together the various textures across the four base colours.   To order samples of this range please click here.


Mosaics with a difference!

Welcome to our glass mosaic collection - three distinct ranges that challenges traditional mosaic patterns with creative shapes and colours.  These ranges will stimulate senses, and the use of contrasting grouts create a unique finish!   Say hello to Divide, Peace and Scales.



This original range is as simplistic as it is stylish. Rows of 4.5cm glass mosaics on a repeated slant pattern will form a captivating pattern across your walls. The design of the Divide range is intended so that equal importance is given to all the elements of the tile, in this case the joints between the tiles, which form a focal point.   The contrasting bright and neutral colours of turquoise, ice white and grey add to the sophisticated design statement that Divide will stamp on your interiors. To delve into Divide please click here.


Our Peace range features three small, intricate yet stunningly simple mosaic designs. The neutral colour palate alongside the sophisticated geometric shapes generates a sense of calm and tranquillity.

The Hexagonal (H), Subway (S) and Arrow (A) shaped tile formats, made of matt glass with a smooth satin finish are mounted onto mesh and so are easy to lay and install. They are available in four subtle, relaxing colours of grey, white, cream and black. These multi-purpose tiles can be used on walls, floors, showers and outdoor areas. To order a sample please visit Peace's range page.



This exciting range harnesses the hidden mathematical rules of nature by using pentagon-shaped mosaic tiles to form a series of interwoven hexagons across large spaces. The effect is stunning and this range offers a unique design statement for any contemporary project.
Scales tiles come in one format and three earthy, natural colours - brown, white and deep red. Each tile is made up of hundreds of tiny pieces of glass, giving the impression of different cells that come together to create a beautifully patterned ‘skin’ to cover your wall spaces.  To view this range in detail please click here.