Titled Victorian, the collection features eight different themed sets of tiles. The range uses a bold colour palette of gold, white and black and many of the tiles are adorned with colourful butterflies.
A combination of digital printing techniques and traditional screen-printing methods were used to create each tile. A 3D effect was added to give a handmade appearance to each piece.
The range draws on Katrantzou's previous fashion collections, in which butterflies appear as a prominent motif. The designer notes that she featured the insect to communicate optimism and to explore the theme of metamorphosis.
Katrantzou studied architecture before becoming a fashion designer and drew on her education for the collection.
"Having a harmonious balance between colour, pattern and form is just as important in interiors as it is in fashion," she added.
"On the other hand, being part of someone's home creates a feeling of permanence that’s very different to the very nature of fashion."
Katrantzou created the tiles to function as collectable artworks as well as interior design pieces.
She has collaborated with names including Adidas, Moncler and the NYC Ballet. In 2019 she was named "International Designer of the Decade" by Vogue.