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Feature Wall Tiles

Feature Wall Tiles Ideas from Walls and Floors

If your interior spaces are looking particularly plain and bland, and you want to inject some character and interest into your home then we have a decorating idea that just might help – you need to create a feature wall. If you’ve yet to hear of a feature wall, don’t worry, it’s really a very simple concept. Rather than decorating all four walls in a room identically, you create an interesting, eye-catching colour, or pattern, on one wall as a design feature. This then creates a focal point that catches the eye of your guests when they step into the room. As long as the room has one outstanding wall, the rest of your décor can be muted and fairly plain, because the feature wall provides all the character that the room needs. We have a great selection of feature wall tiles to choose from. 

Moroccan feature wall tiles 

When it comes to colourful, eye-catching patterns, Morocco does it best. Moroccan designs have captivated the world of interior styling for over a year now, with room-stealing geometrics and patchworks appearing in the trendiest hotels and restaurants across the UK. So if you’re looking to create a focal point in your home, Moroccan feature wall tiles are a fantastic place to start. Choose a design that best matches your own personal style, and use it to tile a wall from ceiling to floor or, if you’re decorating the kitchen, simply create a splashback behind the cooker or sink. 

Split face feature wall tiles 

If you ever visit interior design shows, or if you regularly flick through the pages of a home styling magazine, you’ll have noticed a key trend when it comes to choosing a surface covering; texture. Plain, smooth surfaces are uninteresting and dull, so it’s important to break them up by adding some texture; it injects character. Therefore, when choosing your feature wall tiles, it’s a smart idea to choose something with texture. 

Split face tiles are perfect for injecting a textured look into an interior wall space. If you’re unfamiliar with split face tiles, they essentially consist of strips of natural slate that have been cut to different widths, heights and depths. The strips are then arranged to create a staggered, multi-levelled, textured surface. Split face feature wall tiles can be used to create a focal point in a bathroom, kitchen, or living area. We even saw a fantastic customer project where somebody had used them to create a feature wall in his bedroom, behind his headboard. 

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