British Ceramic Tile’s V & A collection

The vintage look gets a modern makeover

If you’re thinking of giving your bathroom a simple refresh, why not go for a vintage feel but mix it with contemporary colour influences, as seen with these William de Morgan inspired ceramic tiles from British Ceramic Tile’s V&A Collection.

Influenced by the designs of William de Morgan (1845-1910) in the Victoria and Albert Museum, beautiful fresh shades of Aegean and cobalt blues are offset by moody green tones, while the Victorian style flower motif makes for a truly stunning tile.

This elegant design typifies William de Morgan’s creative style, transforming nature-inspired images into highly decorative mofits. Use the décors to add a dash of colour to a simple white colour scheme with a splashback behind the sink or bath, or as a flowing border around the whole bathroom.

To deepen the colour impact and make a real style statement why not create a full feature wall or alternatively pick out the striking turquoise or cobalt blue to decorate the rest of your wall space.

As one of the most original craftsmen of the Arts and Crafts movement, William de Morgan’s work became a typical feature in interior design during this period, and was also used in the schemes of grand houses such as the Arab Hall in Lord Leighton’s London home and in the smoking rooms of P&O liners.

Prices:
6×6” William de Morgan décor: £8

The V&A Tile Collection from British Ceramic Tile is inspired by the tile collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, one of the richest and most comprehensive in existence. The V&A Tile Gallery includes some of the finest examples of European ceramic tiles from the medieval period to the present day, including the works of William De Morgan, Owen Jones and Lewis F. Day.

The V&A Tile Collection is available from leading tile retailers across the UK. For further details call British Ceramic Tile on 0845 6187144.

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