Sarsen Stone Group has collaborated with The National Trust to launch a tile collection inspired by the properties, gardens, coastline and countryside in its care.
Available from April 12, the collection is made up of 10 ranges of classic and contemporary tiles for walls and floors and are based on designs and details found at National Trust locations.
These span details found in brickwork through to natural flora and fauna of the British countryside.
The National Trust Tile Collection includes Woodland Glen (pictured), which is a matt porcelain tile, and boasts a design inspired by the Winkworth Arboretum near Godalming in Surrey.
Woodland Glade collection is a selection of botanical printed tiles in an on-trend hexagonal design.
A minimum of £10,000 from sales of the entire collection will be donated to the National Trust to help its care for nature, beauty and history.
Creative director of Sarsen Stone Group Hamish Smith commented on the launch: “We feel incredibly honoured and privileged to be working alongside the National Trust on our exciting new tile collection.
“We have been incredibly fortunate to delve into the archives of the Trust to uncover some beautiful design details that we have translated into a wall and floor tile collection.
“We look forward to seeing how homeowners use this collection in their own homes.”
Sarsen Stone is parent company of Ca’ Pietra, which recently extended its Elle + James concrete basin collection.