Exclusive tiles unveiled for A Taste Of Luxury
A new luxury brand specialising in supplying the architecture and design industries with high quality, luxury wall and floor solutions has been launched onto the market.
Temple Tiles has unveiled its specially-curated range of mosaic and marble tiles, providing interior designers in the UK with the opportunity to access truly unique designs to help bring their vision to life.
“With interior designers often only able to access generic tiles which don’t do any justice to their vision or simply fills a space, rather than adds to it, we subsequently saw a large gap in the market for the very highest quality tiles which offer something different,” explained John Cano Diaz, UK Sales Manager
Manufactured at its dedicated sites in Europe and the Far East, Temple Tiles recognises that there is a growing demand from designers – and their clients – to use materials which not only make a visual statement, but which have inherent sustainable qualities, with each of its mosaic tiles made from 100% recycled glass.
“While we could have launched over 200 designs to mass distribute, showcase and sell, we wanted to create a niche range of designs which offer optimum quality and originality – from optical illusions and 3D, metallic and glossy, to matt and iridescent finishes – all with eye-catching shapes and forms. For designers who are looking for something even more original though, we can also create bespoke tiles to suit their very specific and individual needs.”
Temple Tiles was founded in 2017 under the SourceByNet brand, a global end- to-end sourcing company set up 20 years ago which works with many specialist retailers and renowned high street brands around the world.
“Interest in the product so far has been fantastic, and we’re very much looking forward to developing the brand in the future and building long-term partnerships with many across the sector, from interior designers and architects, to hoteliers, commercial refurbishment specialists and luxury retailers,” John concluded.