New Odyssey Patterns and Colours

Friday 8 April 2016, Written by Laura Tompkins Tags: New Products

This month sees another new product launch with the addition of new patterns and grey colour ways to our Odyssey collection, one of our most popular ranges which is made here in our factory in Devon.

This month sees another new product launch with the addition of new patterns and grey colour ways to our Odyssey collection, one of our most popular ranges which is made here in our factory in Devon. The updated collection includes four brand new patterns in two new colour options, as well as two existing patterns Epoque and Vogue in new colour ways!

The Odyssey Grande floor tile collections feature designs inspired by foreign lands and have proved to be especially popular with homeowners. The extensive ranges show influences from around the world, with a nod to a variety of cultures. The new patterns include Knightshayes, a dynamic pattern in two striking colourways with the design using soft edges creating a beautiful aged and worn effect. Pentille is another new pattern with a delicate feel, as well as Lewtrenchard which is a contemporary design.

We have also introduced a grey colour way to our Tapestry collection as pictured below; these are perfect for adding a little extra detail to your kitchen or bathroom!

 

Some homeowners may be wary of using highly patterned tiles, particularly if you are new to such a bold look, but it needn’t be daunting. For those seeking to make a statement, Odyssey Grande 300 x 300mm tiles can be installed wall to wall in a variety of colours or one shade. A range of different hues and designs means this look can be as bold or vibrant as you please, or you can install a striking pattern in more neutral colours. The geometric shapes of Voltaire, for example, create an eye-catching feature but the grey hues ensure the look is understated and timeless. Patterns such as Harlequin feature an eternally fashionable checkerboard design that would look at home in both traditional and modern settings.

If you’re a little more cautious, why not use your favourite design to create a rug effect? Tile a section of the floor with a statement pattern and use border tiles to frame the area. This is a particularly popular look in bathrooms under a freestanding bath or in dining areas and is an excellent way of creating interest without committing to covering an entire floor. 

Check out the new collection over on our inspiration pages this week and tweet us your favourite designs.

For more ideas, head over to our Inspiration pages or browse more images on Pinterest.

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