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How to use geometric tiles in your home

Publish date: 13th August 2019

Geometric or pattern tiles are a bold addition to any home and one of the leading trends in contemporary home renovations. Graphic tiles make a lasting, standout impression – and this trend is here to stay.

In addition to their ability to invigorate functional spaces like hallways or entries, geometric tiles can complement a broad range of styles in any room in your home: minimalist, rustic, modern, Scandinavian, luxury, or any other style that you like.

No matter where you want to make a statement – living room, hallway, kitchen or bathroom – these tiles are your answer.

btw are stocking some of the most popular graphic tiles: City, Pattern and Heritage. Here are our top recommendations of where to use them in your home.

City Geometric Tiles

The unique pattern of our City geometric tile range allows it to flow perfectly over a large area. This makes this geometric tile ideal for covering an entire surface, whether it is a floor or a wall. If you want to wow your visitors, this is a perfect choice.

Heritage Geometric Tiles

Our Heritage geometric tile collection includes a few different pattern options. This pattern tile is perfect for your living room or kitchen, allowing you to get creative with your space.  It would also create a to-die-for entrance or hallway.

Pattern Geometric Tiles

Pattern is a classic black and white design, that will give your home a timeless appeal. Black and white interiors will never go out of style, so use it confidently in any room.

If you would like to see these stunning geometric tiles, head to your local btw showroom, and let our team of experts provide you with all the advice you need to make your project come together perfectly.

You can find us at:

btw Kilkenny – Loughboy Industrial Estate, Ring Rd, Kilkenny

btw Drogheda – Donore Business Park, Unit 15, Donore Rd, Drogheda, Co. Louth

btw Naas – Unit G1, M7 Business Park, Naas, Co. Kildare

btw Sandyford – Unit T5, Birch Ave, Stillorgan Business Park, Dublin, A94 P767

btw Sligo – Finisklin Rd, Cartron, Sligo

btw Waterford – Unit 4, Ivory Retail Park, Tramore Rd, Co. Waterford, X91 RW35

btw Wexford – Kerlogue Industrial Estate, Rosslare Rd, Strandfield, Rosslare Road, Co. Wexford 



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