Imperial Bricks’ stunning feature-wall Brick Tiles can now be seen in their full glory on www.imperialbricktiles.co.uk. The new website shows the full range of products available, which has proved popular since the launch late last year.
The unique range – launched in November last year – allows architects, developers, builders and KBB designers to create stand-out feature walls quickly and easily.
With a handy coverage calculator, installation instructions, and an FAQ section, the new website makes it easy to measure up, cost and fit the tiles and panels, while project case studies help inspire visitors to the site. A brochure and samples – crucial for any design decision – can be ordered online.
The unique range of feature-wall Brick Tiles allows developers, builders, kitchen and bathroom fitters/designers, and decorators to create stand-out feature walls quickly and easily. Included in the range, are slips cut from full-sized bricks made in the traditional way; custom-made Glazed Brick Tiles in on-trend sea blues, greens, reds and greys; and Feature Wall Wood Panels.
“Our main series of seven different brick tiles are cut from full, imperial-sized bricks including yellow handmade Victorian London Stock, burnt-orange Victorian Pressed, and metallic blue Designer Linear,” explains Mark Heaton, Sales Manager for Imperial Brick Tiles.
“Each tile has a unique and authentic character. Our Glazed Tiles, meanwhile, aren’t cut from bricks, but rather individually made and covered with a specialist coating before being fired in the kilns. And our Wood Panels have a weathered, rustic finish (from natural to antique black) that brings out the natural beauty of the material.”
Custom tiles can also be requested from Imperial Bricks’ range of over 50 handmade, wirecut and pressed bricks – the widest range available from any UK supplier.
Find out more on the new website.
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