Heatherblend Quarry Tile



Variegated brown/red quarry tiles have been around for over 100 years in the UK when there were many traditional UK manufacturers around.

Heatherblend tiles from Natural Tiles has been developed as part of our extensive range of quarry tile shades to satisfy the ongoing market demand for this type of product. Produced to exacting specifications it is available in traditional 150 x 150 and 195 x 195 formats together with a full range of fittings such as RE Round Edge, REX Double Round Edge, Bullnose, Steptreads and Skirtings. For the first time ever in the UK, it is now also available in 300 x 300, 400 x 195 and 400 x 400 Large formats.


7 Responses to “Heatherblend Quarry Tile”

  1. robert says:

    please can you supply a sample of Ruabon Heatherbrown Quarry Tile Alternative
    Do you do a 11mm thick tile

  2. John says:

    I would like to buy some bullnose Ruabon Heatherbrown Quarry Tile Alternative (195 x 195 mm), but I can’t see these listed on your website (, although they are listed above “…together with a full range of fittings such as RE Round Edge, REX Double Round Edge, Bullnose, …”
    Do you still do Bullnose, if so, what is the price?
    – I need about 60 tiles.

  3. John says:

    This website mentions Bullnose quarry tiles, but I can’t find these at any stockists. Where can I buy some?

  4. r. de angelis says:

    Need quarry tiles for exterior, slip resistent and antifrost. Which ones are these and where I can see them in Londopn?

  5. Reg Shore says:

    I wish to order Heather blend quarry tiles (the ones with a dark shadow at the sides)

    How do I order from you or have you the addresses of stockists?


    Mr Reg Shore

  6. Don Lendrum says:

    Hello, please can you advise me the thickness of these tiles, and the turnaround time for the delivery of tiles.
    many thanks,

  7. Walter says:

    I’m having trouble finding a distributor for these tiles in the US New England area. Are they still available here or do I need to special order a batch?