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