We've updated our Knight Tile collection
- 01 September 2012
With more realistic textures, larger scale planks and tiles, and a variety of colour tones to choose from, our new Knight Tile selection has something for everyone.
Available from our retailers nationwide, our updated Knight Tile collection features a stunning array of natural timber and stone designs. Each new product has been inspired by the new season, and reflects the emerging trends for distressed, painted and weathered effects in 2013.
From painted wood effects through to weathered stone inspired finishes, the new Knight Tile collection provides a floor for every room and every home, with eight new wood and four new stone effect designs to choose from.
Tapping into the trend for natural finishes with a more rustic or distressed look, Karndean Designflooring developed a range of oak products featured limed, washed and worn looks.
The new wood effect finishes come in an increased plank size of 36x6", giving a modern look and speeding up installation.
Portland, Cumbrian, Bath and York are the latest additions to the Knight Tile stone collection, offering style and practicality ideal for hallways, dining rooms, bathrooms and kitchens in particular.
These new tiles also come in a larger size compared with the previous Knight Tile range, at 18x12", for greater impact and swifter installation.
Jacci Marcus, Marketing Director for Karndean Designflooring, comments: “We are incredibly excited to introduce the new look Knight Tile collection. The 12 new finishes have been in development for a while now to ensure that we offered the most complete range of on-trend flooring looks possible. Coupled with new design strips and borders, this reinvigorated range encapsulates the possibilities designflooring has to offer.
“From the breadth of realistic wood and stone designs through to the vibrant room sets we designed to create the most inspirational photography, Knight Tile really demonstrates how interior design should begin from the ground up.”
Have a look at the updated Knight Tile collection now. Which is your favourite?