Hyperion Tiles goes large

Bigger doesn’t always mean better – but there is certainly a huge demand within interiors for large format tiles both on the floor and up the wall as this super-sized trend gets traction. Hyperion Tiles talks us though its extra-large format offering…

bathroom with natural stone colours and textures in large format tiles on floor and walls from Hyperion Tiles

It’s not hard to understand why so many hotel and hospitality designs are embracing this ‘super-sized’ trend. Extra-large floor and wall tiles look amazing, and offer plenty of practical benefits too. In response to growing demand, Hyperion tiles is thrilled to introduce its new one metre x one metre porcelain tile collection.

Perfect for fans of minimal styling, these rectified porcelain tiles are available in a wide variety of colours, textures and patterns, and have been designed to replicate natural stone, at very affordable prices. Ranges include Baltimore, Firenze, Lyon and Trevi – all of which offer a selection of different styles and colourways to suit every contemporary design setting.

cream tiles shift from indoors to outside

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Designers can create a seamless flow from the outside in, with the new Lyon 1836 Crema Matt rectified porcelain floor tiles. Incorporating a contemporary matt NeoGrip finish, these tiles are anti-slip and resistant to frost, making these the perfect choice to elevate and connect the hotel lounge and outdoor seating area.

“The first – and most obvious – advantage of extra-large floor and wall tiles is their aesthetic impact,” explained Richard Skeoch, Director, Hyperion Tiles.  “They really can enhance the appearance of virtually any interior or exterior hotel space. But in addition to their good looks, large format tiles are easy to install and maintain, thanks to their size and the fewer grout lines they require. Our new collection even incorporates a special coating which repels dirt and bacteria, thereby offering extra hygiene and safety for your hotel guests”.

large format tiles on floor and walls blur boundary between spaces

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“Importantly, this new large format tile collection has been designed with affordability in mind, and carries very competitive trade pricing,” added Skeoch. “Rectified porcelain is not only ultra-durable, it can also mimic the look of natural stone such as marble – but at a fraction of the cost”.

Hyperion Tiles has comprehensive luxury large format collections and more than 15,000 bespoke floor and wall tiles in a variety of patterns, colours, shapes and sizes. The company also offers a dedicated collection of luxury wallcoverings, distinctive bathroom pieces, from mesmerising mirrors to stylish storage, and paint. Its highly skilled team is available to offer expert advice, such as technical know-how and in-depth product knowledge to homeowners, designers, specifiers and architects.

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