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Decorate Your Home With Wall Tiles From Wickes


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A tile is a manufactured hard-wearing material usually made from; ceramic, metal, stone or glass. A tiles main purpose is to cover roofs, flooring or walls as a form of decoration. Tiles can range from simple square tiles to a more complex design such as mosaic, a more intricate tile design. Tiles are most commonly made from ceramic with a cover of glaze to make the tile stronger, but other materials are frequently used such as, glass, marble, granite and slate.

Mosaic tiles are heavily associated with eastern countries with walls, floors and ceilings all imprinted with grand mosaic designed tiles. The elaborate deigns showcased on the walls, floors and ceilings tell a tale, a story formed usually from a religious or historical background and is being re-told through the mosaic artwork imprinted on the walls.

Walls Tiles are a great addition to the home as they are expressive enough to transform, improve or simply update a dull looking room. With the wide choice of wall tiles on offer they can simple blend into the background or make a bold statement. Wickes has a vast choice of wall tiles on offer and they can all be viewed and ordered online at Wickes .

Wall tiles can be applied to any room within a home such as; a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, hallway or lounge. Wickes offers a large amount of tiles all different in their style, colour, material and layout, thus allowing them to adapt to any room within the home. To access more information regarding wall tiles visit or alternatively you can go in-store and a helpful member of staff can assist you in your enquiries. Wall tiles can be adaptable to complement any decorative setting or the functionality of the atmosphere.

Maintaining your home can be expensive therefore updating parts of your home to improve its overall appeal is a sensible option. Wall tiles can either transform a small or big part of your home depending on how you would like to display the wall tiles within your home. With choices ranging from plain white square tiles to diamond shaped glittery gold detailed tiles, Wickes has something for everyone. Wickes offer low prices on their entire product range all year round meaning wall tiles do not have to be expensive; the price will ultimately depend upon what style, colour, layout and quantity you want.

Adding wall tiles to your home is manageable for even the most novices of DIY people but if you would like to hire professional tradesmen to install the wall tiles, buying the materials and tools yourself from a low price DIY store such as Wickes will ultimately save you money. To find more information regarding what you will need to apply wall tiles visit or go in-store.


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