Floor and wall coverings Tiling

Patterned tiles introduced by Verona

Six tile ranges named after Spanish architects and designers

24 Jun, 19

Tapping into the interiors trend for patterned tiles, distributor Verona has introduced six ranges named after Spanish artists and architects from distributor.

Verona introduces patterned tile

 

The patterned tiles include: Picasso, Miro, Dali, Goya, Sorolla  (shown) and Gaudi.

All of the tiles feature a traditional, encaustic appearance in a muted colour palette and measure 250 x 250mm.

Gaudi is a Moorish-inspired design with a distinct floral motif and features shades of blue, grey and white.

Whereas Sorolla boasts a white background with a blue, grey and black overlay in a clover-like design, with an over-sized pattern.

One of the more minimalist designs in the collection, Goya taps into the ongoing trend for monochrome colour palettes.

Featuring a crisp white background and black print, it has been designed to work with matt black accents.

The opposite of Goya, Picasso brings depth to walls and floors. with a matt black and white design.

Featuring a smaller, more uniform format, Dali features a repeating cubic pattern in a dove grey and white colourway.

Completing the range, and similarly to Dali, Miro features a  symmetrical, geometric pattern in white, black and blue, and has been designed to create a light, airy ambience.

Based in Leeds, Verona distributes tiles and mosaics in natural stone, porcelain, ceramic and glass.