The vast formal gardens of France were epitomised by the spectacle of Versailles, with its acres of symmetrical borders and fountains providing an abundance of inspiration for English garden designers. Similar styles started appearing in England in the Stuart era known as Baroque gardens, with ornaments matching the resident's architecture and large open plan geometric borders flanking broad avenues. The Baroque tile range harks back to this era with its bold colour, geometric diamonds cleverly encased in borders and symmetrical flower buds.
Hand-finished in Stoke-On-Trent, these historical patterns have been produced in the UK for over 150 years and feature timeless designs. For a contemporary aesthetic tile en masse as a feature wall and pair with an eclectic mix of furniture like a 1920s Ercol sofa.