Hex and Scale tiles by Heliot & Co.

May 3rd, 2016 by retail design blog

Heliot & Co. are delighted to introduce the latest addition to their surface range, the new Jesmonite tiles Hex and Scale. These playfully innovative feature tiles can be used to draw bespoke patterns onto a wall or surface. The ‘Hex’ and ‘Scale’ tiles have a specifically designed surface that allows them to show imagery and pattern to a client’s own design. Simply rotate the tiles in different directions, and you can create your own pattern, tailored for your project.

With a choice of matt or textured finish, these playful tiles can be matched to any RAL reference colour or even used as a lighter alternative to concrete or stone. While the Scale tile is formed within a classic square shape, the Hex tile is formed within a contemporary hexagon shape, allowing the tiles to fit into a wide range of interior or exterior schemes within the home and beyond.

With highly detailed surfaces, both Hex and Scale create a textural feature as well as illustrating pattern depending on the direction that they are laid. It’s a simple process which allows endless options in colour, finish, pattern and effect. ‘We chose Jesmonite for our new range as the casting methods allow us to create very detailed tiles and the material is a great alternative to heavy stone and concrete, that have become increasing popular in Architecture and Interior design.’ – Chloe Glews, Designer at Heliot & Co.

Photography by Jake Phillips

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