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1970s-inspired geometric wall and floor tiles by Lindsey Lang

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If you've ever shopped for tiles, you'll know how difficult it is to find anything other than plain shades. So we're glad to see the launch of these geometric wall and floor tiles by Lindsey Lang.

Very much the opposite of the neutrals in the chain stores, this is all about bold shapes and colours, with finishes that wouldn't look out of place in a hip 1970s pad.


The designs are available in a classic and clean 'Encaustic' finish or a smooth, marble speckled 'Granito', with a wide range of colours to choose from as well as designs – only some of those are shown here to give you an idea of what's on offer. They are also handmade using an ancient process that was revived in Victorian times, but declined from the '60s.

That obviously adds to the cost. But if you have your 'forever' house and want to make a statement in a particular area, then the £185.00 per sq. metre price might be justifiable.

Find out more at the Lindsey Lang website


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