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Victorian hall floor tiles, a new installation in a palette of black, white, blue and yellow. Contemporary Victorian hall tile design using period motifs, in black, white and a warm grey. Traditional Victorian path tile design using a modern colour palette of black, white, grey and yellow. Traditional Victorian geometric encaustic tile design Grasmere or Finsbury Victorian tile design supplied as sheets. Black and White chequerboard path tiles. A classical octagon and star motif design in white, black and grey. Detailed mosaic tile design with decorative border pattern. Mosaic ceramic tiles in black, grey, red and buff. A multi coloured Victorian pathway in autumn. Modern optical effect of cube made with ceramic tiles. Classic chequerboard design on a set of wide entrance steps with brick piers. Cool palette of grey and blue ceramic geometric tiles in period hallway. A modern kitchen with Victorian style black, white and green geometric floor tiles. Traditional highly decorative Victorian path tiles and wrought iron gate. Warm grey and pale blue modern geometric tile pattern on hallway floor takes inspiration from Victorian tile motifs. A new installation of an Edwardian style hall floor tile design in an earthy colour palette. A modernist ceramic tile pattern includes water jet cut trapezium shapes. Traditional Victorian black and white tiles on a wide, long path. Also shows wrought iron gates and brick planters. Popular black and white Victorian hall floor tile design with a rope or snake border. Grand Georgian town house with black and white mosaic tile pattern. 150mm / 6 inch Victorian octagon and dot tiles. Late Georgian, early Victorian period, star and box motif black and white hallway tiles. Brompton design. Multi colour Victorian path tiles with stone treads. Red herringbone tiles, an Edwardian style of design on a large pathway with brick wall edging. 100mm / 4 inch black and white chequerboard tiles on a cottage path with pretty rose bushes. Traditional Victorian path tiles in a geometric star and box motif - Livingston design / Monteith design / Braemar design. Black and white mosaic tiles on a bathroom floor with period style fixtures and wall panels. Victorian mosaic tiles in entrance hallway with stained wood skirting boards, door and staircase. Traditional Victorian tile pattern making a floral trellis pattern. Black and white path tiles installed alongside slate slabs - a popular combination and easy to maintain front garden design. Large hallway floor in black, white and blue geometric Victorian tile pattern. Victorian hall floor tiles in a warm palette of cognac, green and white.

Victorian Tiling

Period mosaic floor and wall schemes are found throughout the UK. Most tend to be very decorative and are usually either geometric, or more detailed in their design using small pieces of either marble or ceramic known as tesserae.

During the Victorian era the most popular choice for most homes was to use tessellating geometric ceramic tile designs.

The most common pattern used for paths was a 2 inch square black and white, diamond set, chequerboard tile design, bordered with a row of diagonally set square tiles with a black border either side.

More elaborate and colourful designs were often used for hall floor interiors and featured what are known as encaustic tiles at the intersections of the tile pattern.

London Mosaic

This website promotes a stunning selection of geometric ceramic floor tile installations supplied by London Mosaic.

Our designs encompass the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian periods, as well as bespoke contemporary geometric patterns.

Our tile sheeting service ensures designs can be installed accurately and quickly.

London Mosaic supply Victorian path tiles, Victorian hall tiles, and hundreds of beautiful period and contemporary mosaic floor schemes for both residential and commercial projects.

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