11 Brick and Metro Tiles You’ll Fall in Love With

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Walls and Floors have more designs, colours and finishes of brick and metro tiles than anybody else. Here are 11 of the very best…

1) Antique Smooth Crackle Metro Tiles

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The idea of creating a vintage look in the home is growing in popularity year after year. With the fast-paced digital blur of modern day life, there’s something very inviting about the simpler, more wholesome promises of yesteryear!

Creating your own vintage-styled piece of paradise is easy with the right interior styling! Our collection of Antique Smooth Crackle Metro Tiles consists of tiles with a crackled glaze; giving them an aged, characterful appearance. They’re ideal for injecting some vintage chic into your bathroom or kitchen.

2) Boutique Brick Slip Tiles

Tiles aren’t limited to the kitchen and bathroom! With their bumpy, textured surface and a glittering metallic skin, our Boutique Brick Slip Tiles are perfect for creating an eye-catching focal point in any room throughout the house.

In the picture, they’ve been used to transform the fireplace into a room-stealing feature! If you’re lucky enough to have a fireplace (since most new builds are constructed without them), then you should make the most of it.

Top tip: Warm metallic tones are a trend that isn’t going anywhere!

3) Rustic 300×100 Metro Tiles

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These Rustic 300×100 Metro Tiles have a characterful bumpy surface, which helps to inject some undulation and texture to a wall space!
It’s important to avoid having too many smooth, plain surfaces; you need to add in some texture to keep things balanced and interesting, so these bumpy metros are a great interior design tool.

Depending on the colours used, these tiles can create several different looks! Firstly, they’re great for creating a throwback vintage scheme. Secondly, they have a country farmhouse look about them. Thirdly, as shown in this bathroom, which uses a mix of blues, they create a refreshing ‘New Coracle’ nautical theme.

4) Chenies Stone Brick Tiles

The busy, manic whir of inner city life has left many of us longing to own a farmhouse or cutesy country cottage! Well, owning our own rural-styled escape doesn’t have to be a pipe dream any longer, thanks to the country farmhouse interior trend, where country home elements are injected into the household.

A prime example, these Chenies Stone Brick Tiles are ideal for creating the illusion of an aged, characterful, country-styled bare brick wall in a room where there isn’t one! Instantly, they transform a bathroom, lounge, kitchen or hallway into a rural retreat!

5) Boutique Brick 250×50 Tiles

In a world where we constantly spot brick shaped metro tiles, it’s the subtle differences that really catch our eye – such as the fresh new size format offered by our gorgeous range of Boutique Brick 250×50 Tiles.

A nominee for the best tile collection in the Your Home, these elongated brick tiles have a bumpy surface; once again ideal for injecting a vintage look. When used in this kitchen to create a splashback, a mix of colours have been applied in a striking herringbone layout. This turns the wall into a captivating focal point!

6) Glass Brick Tiles


There’s something about glass as a material that instantly injects a luxury, voguish, ritzy appearance to a room. These Glass Brick Tiles consist of a coloured backing covered over by a face of glass. They add a lush gloss finish to any room throughout the home, and come in a huge variety of colours.

In this kitchen space, a refreshing Sage Green has been used to create a splashback that instantly brightens and uplifts the room.

7) Portobello Tiles

Larger than your standard brick or metro tile at 400x150mm, the Portobello Tile collection offers a unique mix of plain and patterned décor tiles! Combine the two for a winning look.

You can use the décor tiles (which have a trendy geometric design) to create a feature strip or you can use them to tie the room together as a border tile. Either way, surround them with their matching plain tiles, and you have yourself a luxury new look to make your friends and family jealous.

8) Metro 200×100 Tiles

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This wouldn’t be much of a list of metro and brick tiles if it didn’t mention our range of classic Metro 200×100 Tiles. When you think of a traditional metro tile, this is probably what you picture in your head; a ceramic brick-shaped wall tile with a bevelled edge!

Our White Metro Tile is by far the most popular, but there are over 30 colours to choose from! If you’d like to add interest into your display, try using a contrasting grout, and experiment with eye-catching layouts, like the herringbone pattern.

9) Mini Metro 150×75 Tiles

If you’d like a slightly more compact design, try our range of Metro 150×75 Tiles. Our collection of classic bevelled brick tiles boasts the largest selection of colours in the UK, so no matter what your colour scheme, you’ll find the perfect tile for your project!

They’re also ideal for transforming any wall space throughout your home! As testimony to that fact, check out how fabulous these Bond Street Tiles look lining the walls of this hallway space!

10) Tints Tiles

Pastel colour palettes have never been more popular; particularly due to their prominence in the vintage trend. When used on a wall space, they set a calming, sophisticated tone for the room. Pastel pinks offer warmth, whereas pastel blues offer a cool, chilled look.

Our Tints Tiles collection covers all bases with its pastel pink and blue smooth-faced, brick-shaped designs. Each colourway offers 20 subtly different tones which will add variety, depth and character to your chosen wall.

11) Isoline Tiles

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For a truly voguish and exclusive look in your home, look no further than our Isoline Tiles collection. A mix of gorgeous colours available in both matt and gloss finishes, use them to create a luxurious new scheme in your bathroom, kitchen, lounge or bedroom.
In this bathroom, matt and gloss finishes of the same colour (Sea Mist) have been used together. This results in a varied, interesting surface that partly lays still and partly glistens as your eyes scan across it.