A border is a flexible and unique addition to any tiling area. They add colour as well as texture and aid tile in complimenting an entire room, which allows you to not only compliment the rest of the room, but to add your own individual style and touch. Use to complement or contrast your tiles. For an air of simplicity, use subtle tones to complement or for a bold statement use contrasting colours with conviction. As can be seen a border can be used either horizontally or vertically to add that extra twist on a room. We currently stock a wide range of border, in varying colours so depending on your preferences, we will have the border to suit you.
Types of border available
Natural stone: We have an array of natural stone borders of different shades, shapes and sizes all tailored to your needs. We also have a variety of differing materials to add extra dimensions to the border and add varying textures and colours including, marble, slate, glass and travertine. So whether you’re looking for a border to compliment a natural stone tile, natural stone effect, porcelain or ceramic, we will have the border for you.
Glass strips: The glass strip comes in various colours and shades and can be used on a vertical or horizontal line. They are durable and strong but also create a great look and can accompany any tile.
Glass borders: The glass border is a popular choice amongst many customers. It’s flexibility allows it to be used with any other material and it can come in a whole range of styles including matt, iridescent, mixed blend and earth and fire.
Metal, wood and glazed ceramic: Metal can be used both as a contemporary or modern border and can be seen in a variety of materials including copper, polished and brushed metal and aliminium.
Tile trim: Trims are a alternative to a border. It can be used to finish off any piece of tiling and can be bought in both metal (both stainless and bright chrome) as well as a whole array of plastic colours including White, Ivory and Cream.
Don’t just take our word for it though, check out our amazing Gallery below to see for yourself!
Having trouble installing your borders? Why not check out our How To page from the menu, or please contact us!