Taste of Traditional - Traditional Effect Tiles that Stand the Test of Time!

Taste of Traditional - Traditional Effect Tiles that Stand the Test of Time!

There are few trends or styles which truly stand the test of time. Traditional inspired interiors are one of the few which does work as it never really dates! Think roll top baths, silver nickel brassware, brick tiles and decorative floors in bathrooms. Whilst kitchens benefit from wooden effect floors and pretty splashback tiles.

Here at The Baked Tile Company we pride ourselves on having an extensive range of tiles so naturally we have many which can help you create the perfect traditional interior. Here are our three favourites!

Town & Country Brick

This range boasts glazed brick effect tiles, with complimentary dados and mouldings pulling together the perfect tile collection for rooms where you want to feature half height tiling. The larger brick size, 7.5x30cm, is fantastic for putting a more contemporary twist on a classic. Opt for the darker shades if you want to be more adventurous, but keep it neutral if you would rather play it safe.

Town & Country Brick Tiles


Named after the UK’s capital city, home to some of the UK’s most spectacular Victorian homes, this entire range is geared at giving the home owner options. With plains, decors, corners and borders you can create rug style centre pieces, or opt to use decors on their own for a fully decorative floor or wall. Rug style floors work best in rooms that are square or rectangular in shape. Irregular shaped rooms would benefit from full decors.

Traditional London Tile Range


One for the fans of colour and pattern. Distinctively different to the London range Vintage is better suited to traditional style country interiors rather than classic homes. If you use a tile such as this keep everything else quite plain and simple and pair with rustic style accessories for maximum impact. This tile looks fantastic in rooms with log burners and exposed beams.

Vintage Traditional Tile

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