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Benchmarx Launches New Tile Collection

Benchmarx Marlow Stone Grey Island 725

Making it easier for homeowners to create a complete kitchen design, Benchmarx Kitchens has introduced a brand-new collection of wall and floor tiles.

The Verona range includes 70 tile designs suitable for use on walls, with a further 52 options for both wall and floor applications.

Each tile has been curated in line with current trends and is available in realistic stone, wood and concrete-effect designs, as well as both subtle and statement patterns – making it easy to choose a finish that perfectly suits any kitchen and surrounding area. Combining style with functionality, the collection is highly durable, offers simple installation and is easy to maintain.

Chris Kettell, Product Development Manager at Benchmarx Kitchens, comments:

“Tiling continues to be a popular choice for homeowners updating their kitchen, so we were keen to introduce a collection of floor and wall tiles that would help customers add the perfect finishing touch to their redesign – as well as any surrounding spaces.

“The joy of the new collection is its versatility, offering tiles to suit any style. To create a bold statement, the Ramsey blue matt and Mira patterned options perfectly pair pattern and colour to showcase a finish that provides an eye-catching focal point in the room. Using pattern in this way is a great way to add dimension, depth and focus to your kitchen.

“A more distinct look can be created by using the same tile design across your walls and floor space. This not only creates a seamless finish, but can also give the illusion of a larger, cohesive living area. If you have a utility room or open-plan living layout, continue the tiling into these areas to create a truly consistent and streamlined look.
“For a more pared-back feel, you can opt for Marley glazed grey or Finlay glazed, which provide modern and sophisticated finishes that can easily be combined with any kitchen range, from contemporary forest green designs through to traditional shaker ranges.

“The depth of the Monica grey provides a sublime contrast to light grey kitchen units. This is perfect for those with a smaller kitchen who want to create a statement feature, while ensuring their kitchen remains a light, bright and airy functional living space.”

To order a brochure, book a free design consultation, or use Benchmarx’s handy kitchen visualiser tool, visit

Source : Benchmarx

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10 August 2022

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