The ranges include the nature-inspired Organics: Flower & Twig; the Katie, a geometric pattern celebrating Sevillian architecture; and the star-struck Luna Fennel and Luna Sapphire, new additions to the brand’s most popular range. There was also new reclaimed tiles paired with pastel colours for a fresh new colour story. Keep in-the-know on new launches and events with our news section Renowned for its raw, honest materials and fine craftsmanship, Bert & May is an excellent source for reclaimed tiles and timbers in the UK. Its reclaimed collections are sourced across Spain and engineered in its Yorkshire-based yard. Not only are the tiles a beautiful way to add print and colour to your home, they’re also a sustainable and authentic choice for interior designers and the home-obsessed. Read on to discover more about the Bert & May new tile collections below:

Organics Flower and Twig

The new Flower and Twig tile collection has been designed for easy living, with a soft palette of colours and new designs that have a heritage feel with a contemporary twist. They’re available in a colourway that combines rich chocolate brown and neutral tones, with leather and pearl colours. To complement the new tiles, Bert & May is also launching a new eco-paint colour, Chocolate 01.

The Katie Tile

The new Katie Tile collection features a strong complex motif inspired by the Almohad architecture of Seville and the geometry of Moroccan kilims, which allows for a multitude of tessellations and intricate patterns. Named after its designer, textile designer Katie from Bert & May, the tile is available for a limited time only in three colours: Old Iron, Blush and Pistachio.

Luna Fennel and Luna Sapphire

Bert & May has added two new colours to its bestselling star motif collection: Luna Fennel (a deep green) and Luna Sapphire (a rich midnight blue). The Luna is a perennial favourite thanks to its elegance and playfulness. With an increased interest in darker colour palettes, the new hues will no doubt be a surefire hit with tile-lovers.

Reclaimed tiles

The Bert & May Decorex 2019 stand also showcased some stunning new reclaimed tiles, given a timeless yet contemporary look paired with soft, elegant pastels. Which new collection is your favourite? It’s almost impossible to choose… For more information visit