Iconic Victorian tiles are named after the Victorian Period, which was the reign of Queen Victoria (June 1837 until her death in January 1901).
Tiled flooring and paths were a popular feature in many conventional Victorian homes during the 1890s.
The Victorian tiles proved to be extremely durable and long-lasting, with many still in use after more than 150 years.
Victorian tiles became a practical and easy-to-clean alternative as awareness of the significance of hygiene developed, as did the advent of baths and toilets in homes.
Victorian kitchen tiles can now be found in both classic and contemporary homes around the United Kingdom.
Because of their hardiness and weather resistance, Victorian tiles are commonly used as flooring in corridors, baths, and outside walks. This makes them perfect for high-traffic areas and practical for bathroom tiles.
Victorian kitchen tiles are ideal for kitchens because they are easy to keep and clean. Victorians frequently tiled entire walls in plain or rich colours.
Victorian-style tiles can be used to create a focal point around fireplaces in bedrooms and living areas.