Cowdray Tile Collection

Ceramique Internationale revisits Country House chic with Cowdray collection

Tile distributor Ceramique Internationale has captured the timeless elegance of a Country House in its latest tile collection.

Named after the West Sussex estate which features a magnificent Hall as well as being one of England’s most important early Tudor houses, the Cowdray range of 75mm x 300mm glazed wall tiles is available in a choice of six colours.

With the option of muted or bold tones, from striking blues and greens to subtle greys, Cowdray tiles can be used to bring tranquillity to bathrooms or brightness to kitchens, at a fraction of the price of the artisanal tiles they are inspired by.

Their surface has expertly crafted undulations that reflect the light in different directions, and the glossy finish is a full-bright shine, for a luxury feel.

Director of Ceramique Internationale, Peter Vann, said: “People love a country house and the Cowdray collection builds on our highly popular Harewood and Ragley series.

“These tiles, from our trusted Spanish artisanal supplier, bring a designer edge to a quintessentially English style and can create either calmness or a bright atmosphere to suit both mood and wallet.”

More information about the Cowdray collection can be found here.

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