Your Go-To Guide Of Our Top 5 Australian Made Products

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Australian Made: Your Go-To Guide Of Our Top 5 Australian Made Products

Australian Made: Your Go-To Guide Of Our Top 5 Australian Made Products

Our collections of Australian Made tiles feature trending floor and wall tiles for your home in a wide range of stunning styles, shapes, and finishes. Whether you are searching for a more contemporary or traditional look, our range consists of the perfect tiles for any styled home.

Here we run through our top 5 Australian Made tile ranges to help you choose a perfect match for your home.

1: Luxurious Carrara Marble

If you’re looking for the luxury of Carrara Marble, without the costs and upkeep associated with genuine natural stone, look no further than our porcelain Carrara Marble look tiles.

They feature a hardwearing construction, authentic replication of genuine Carrara Marble, matte or shine finishes in a convenient 450 x 450 mm size

Carrara is ideal for those looking to create a seamless look from room to room and offers great aesthetics with supreme durability.

2: The Ultimate Concrete Look: Forte Urban

Sophisticated and contemporary, our Forte range of concrete look tiles are perfect for timeless interiors. This collection replicates the true complex creation of concrete, providing an on-trend industrial look to any space. It features an authentic replication of brushed concrete, contemporary aesthetics and a durable porcelain construction.

Available in multiple sizes, Forte equally suits large expansive lounge rooms, bathrooms or kitchens. Ideal for those looking to create a sleek, minimalist look in their interiors; Forte is the perfect choice for seamless aesthetics that flow from one room into another.

3: The Art Deco Artisan Oxford

Bring Art Deco aesthetics to your interiors with our Artisan range. Oxford is an eye-catching range of patterned floor tiles with 1920s styling at their very core.

They feature authentic replication of hydraulic encaustic-style tiles, a geometric surface design with a hardwearing glazed porcelain construction.

The Oxford pattern is a refreshing take on a classic design aesthetic in a durable, easy to install single tile format. Ideal for those looking to create an authentic vintage look in their home, these tiles look great when installed in isolation to create a feature floor or when teamed with the other colour variant from the range and used for zoning.

4: Textured Trove Caravelle Squares

Trove is a textured porcelain wall tile that is designed to replicate a vintage or encaustic pattern with a matte or gloss finish. They feature an authentic, mosaic-like design and embossed Art Deco patterns. The hardwearing porcelain construction makes them a great option for splashbacks in high traffic zones of the home.

If you’re looking to make a real style statement in your home then these tiles should be at the top of your shopping list. The eye-catching designs consist of three pattern squares, with each square featuring a design randomly ascribed from eight available patterns

Textured Trove tiles

Featured: Trove Series Available In Store Only

5: Rhapsody Terrazzo Look Tiles

We have seen the terrazzo tile trend present in many renovations and new builds since 2019 and their popularity continues to grow.

Our Rhapsody series of terrazzo look tiles are everything you need to create a modern take on a very traditional flooring. They feature authentic replication of terrazzo-style flooring with a durable porcelain construction.

There are eleven colourways with four size variants. These tiles are virtually indistinguishable from the floors that inspired them.

If you’re not sure which tiles will be perfect for your space, order some tile samples. We’ll deliver five samples for just $15*. Visit our Online Showroom, here.

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