Original Style has just unveiled six brand-new capsule ranges of large format tiles, designed and printed in the heart of Devon for different lifestyles and tastes.
Statement tiles are on-trend, particularly with references to nature in the form of florals and botanicals, as well as funky geometric prints and modern heritage styles.
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Discover the just-launches six new ranges from Original Style tiles
These beautiful new ranges are the perfect inspiration for a spring interiors update. The only problem? Choosing your favorite.
Arbour - escape to the country
Top-to-toe botanical tumbling foliage, inspired by trailing florals - these graceful patterns are meant to awaken any interior space. Available in three hand-painted designs - Blossom, Lattice and Wisteria - recreated using the latest inkjet technology.
Malmo - it's all in the detail
These tiles ooze soothing hues and warmth with a hint of Scandi style – perfect for creating a cool yet cosy feel. The Malmö collection is available in three designs: Fawn, Taupe and Tan.
Trellis - cool and contemporary paints
Three bold prints combined with subtle tones – a modern but timeless look for an instant style update. The Trellis collection has been printed on an off-white matt base tile and channels contemporary chic; there are three print choices: Jewel, Plait and Lace.
Artistry - heritage with a light touch
The two distinct prints, Frida and Georgia, are each available in three different colourways – grey, green and blue. These modern tiles exude classic charm and character and would look wonderful in any bathroom or kitchen.
Radiance - underestimated opulence in shimmering lustre
A collection of six different geometric patterns, perfect for adding some 19020s vivacity, the Radiance range boasts an iridescent oily lustre that catches the light and creates a beautiful shimmering patina.
Afterglow - playful prints in lustrous pastel shades
Dusk, Ray and Vesper designs have been printed on an ice white gloss base tile, adding to the playful lustre highlights of their wonderfully pastel tones. This collection is all about glow and refined ambiance.
Ruth Doherty is an experienced digital writer and editor specializing in interiors, travel and lifestyle. With 20 years of writing for national sites under her belt, she’s worked for the likes of Livingetc.com, Standard, Ideal Home, Stylist and Marie Claire as well as Homes & Gardens.
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