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The Branded Tile Company offers unique UK designer tiles

Published: 5 October 2020 - Sarah Mead

The Branded Tile Company launched recently, a little delayed due to the current circumstances, but with a great team and product pipeline.

 

The UK tiling market has some great products and retailers, it also has a growing number of customers that love and buy into products with clear provenance and a strong design aesthetic. The Branded Tile Company saw that need and as a result is launching its first range, The V&A Classic Collection, a successful brand partnership with the Victoria & Albert Museum, which is well known to the UK tiling trade and customers.

New ranges will continue to be developed each year as its design team works in collaboration with the museum to interpret decorative objects and techniques in the V&A’s inspiring collection.  

John Chater – Founder & MD, said: “We are so excited to bring these successful products back to the market as well as a new collection coming soon. The UK market has shown a clear and growing demand for high quality, branded tile designs and we see this trend continuing. We’ve known for a while that the customer wants a wider choice than the traditional greys, beiges and whites, hence they will seek out products and brands they can connect to, helping them create amazing spaces in their homes.”  

 

The products will be available from major tile retailers, good independent tile shops and via The Branded Tile Company website (www.brandedtilecompany.com)

Pricing ranges from £36 to £96 per square metre, depending upon design & size.

Additional stocking enquiries to john@brandedtilecompany.com

@brandedtilecompany (Instagram) @thebrandedtilecompany (Facebook) www.brandedtilecompany.com

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