Our encaustic ranges of patterned and patchwork tiles enable you to create a contempary but modern home. Historically significant and steeped in heritage, these patterned tiles were hugely popular with the Victorians. Now using the latest technology, updated colour palettes and patterns they are perfect for today’s home.
Because of recent trends and fashions we have seen a huge increase in the demand for patchwork and patterned tiles. Our customers are loving them on both their walls and floors.
Using current colour trends of grey and neutrals our encaustic tile ranges creat a soft and relaxed ambience. They are available in a variety of sizes and shapes and in both a gloss and matt finish.
Bulevar is an impressive high definition range of patterned wall tiles. With its gloss ripple effect it looks great in retro or country-style bathrooms and kitchens, especially when combined with the vintage reclaimed style encaustic décors.
There tiles are a brick shaped 10×30 and come in 9 plain colour choices with decor ranges to match.
Chicago is a fantastic range with beautiful soft colours. It is available in 3 sizes a square 20×20, a brick 10×20 and a hexagon. It comes is matt finish and is suitable for both walls and floors. Availble in 2 colour tones which are beige (Royal street) and grey (Bourboun Street), finally this range has a plain tile and decor tile to match in all colours and sizes, it is incredibly versatile.
Have you considered Natural Stone tiles for your next tiling project?
Tile Star have sourced natural stone from quarries around the world. Consequently, we have a vast range of Natural stone including Travertine, Limestone, Marble and Slate. Each natural stone tile is unique with its own markings and colour. Because Natural stone is so versatile it can be used on a variety of surfaces and sometimes can also be used outside. Due to its strength and durability, with the correct care, your stone tiles will last a lifetime.
Limestone is a formed from seashells and other organic matter deposited and compressed over millions of years. It comes in a variety of colours from light cream to dark blue / black.
Travertine is as a result of water travelling through limestone and emerging as hot springs, then cooling rapidly. The minerals it collects on its journey result in rich and creamy colours. It is available in a variety of finishes including honed and filled, tumbled and polished.
Room Scene – Honed and Filled Travertine
Slate comes from shale and clay deposits and comes in greens, autumn shades and black.
Marble is formed when limestone is subjected to extreme heat and pressure. Again marble comes in many beautiful colours and can create a classical or a contemporary look.
We were delighted when the Hair Chair Salon chose our Living Range of tiles for their new salon. Due to their continued success the Hair Chair group have opened a beautiful new salon in Dunblane. The Hair Chair Salon have chosen Living Light Grey Polished tile and Nordic Antracita tile to create a comfortable yet modern space – it looks gorgeous.
Living is one of our most popular ranges. It is a fantastic range of tiles due to the fact that it comes in so many colours, finishes and sizes. There are 6 colours – dark grey, ivory, black, beige, brown and light grey There are 2 sizes 30×60 and 60×60 and 2 finishes matt or polished. The Hair Chair Group used our Living Light Grey Polished in the 30×60 size for their floor.
The Nordic Antracita is a feature tile that adds that WOW factor. It comes in 2 colours grey and beige. The Hair Chair Group chose the Nordic Antracita to compliment the Living Light Grey. It creates a stunning look behind the reception desk.
Both the Living and the Nordic ranges are on display and in stock. Why not come to one of our stores and take a look. You will find a Tile Star in Edinburgh, Falkirk or Stirling where our experienced staff can help you with any questions you may have.
Adding mosaics is one of the most simple and effective ways to instantly lift a room. So why not introduce some magical mosaic tiles to add colour, a beautiful pattern and some sheer luxury into your scheme.
A mosaic can be used in so many different ways. Why not have fun creating a feature that brings your room to life. Consider tiling one wall with mosaics to create a feature wall then tile the other walls in matching plain tile. Or you could cut up a mosaic into strips as thick or a thin as you like and use them as a vertical or horizontal border. Since a single sheet is going a long way this is a very cost effective way of creating a feature.
Because they are so flexible mosaics have a multitude of uses. They can go round curved walls as in or picture above. They are also great for swimming pools and wet rooms. Tile Star have a huge range of mosaics that we are continually adding to.