It is almost certainly guaranteed that somewhere in your home are tiles of some sort. These may not be on the floor, but it is more than likely there may be tiles somewhere in your kitchen and almost certainly in your bathroom. However, have you ever considered getting Victorian-style floor tiles?
These floor tiles date back to the Victorian era and many years down the line have continued to remain popular amongst homeowners. They add something different to your home that, despite being popular, are not what your friends and family will all have. Even if they do have this style of tile, there are so many different varieties of victorian flooring tiles out there, that it is highly unlikely that you will ever come across someone that has the same style and layout of the Victorian floor tiles as you.
One of the many issues that can come with buying any type of new flooring is once you have picked a style, knowing what pattern to get. Luckily, one of the many good things that come with buying new flooring is that you can get free samples of any of the patterns you are looking at getting and you can lay these out where you are planning on having your new floor and see which one works best for you. If you cannot make your mind up, you can always ask your family and friends to give their opinion and look at which pattern works best with the rest of your house.
If you want to ensure your Victorian-style floor tiles stand out from everyone else’s, there is also the option to have them bespoke-made. Perhaps you have a certain pattern in mind that you cannot find in stock anywhere. Reaching out to companies that offer this bespoke service is always worth a go and will mean that no one else will have the same design as you. It has often been said that you never see someone with the same fridge as you, so why should you see someone who has the same Victorian-style floor tiles as you?
Many people may believe that you can only have Victorian-style floor tiles if you have a period property. However, what they may not realize is that it does not matter whether your home was built in the 1800s or eighteen months ago, you can still have Victorian-style floor tiles in your house. As mentioned above, this can be done using a bespoke service to ensure the tiles completely suit the age of your home.
Of course, when you are buying these tiles, what you also need to think about is the border design you want to go for. This may look the same as the design of your tiles or you may prefer to go for a slightly different look but one that still fits in with the tile design. Whilst this may seem like another huge task, you can buy border samples too and see what border works best with the tile you want and before you know it, you will have a completely new floor that will not only amaze you but will also amaze any visitors to your house.