Natural stone tiles are durable and timeless – they bring sophistication to any space, which is why they are popular for both business and residential buildings. There are numerous benefits to using natural stone tiles, one being that they retain heat well if you use the right method.
Stone flooring can become cold throughout winter, but there are many ways to keep your interior warm throughout this nearing cold season, and there are ways natural stone tiles can produce this warmth. Here are ways to warm up natural stone tiles for winter.
Natural stone tiles have been a popular choice for both business and residential properties for some time. Typically, used in kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, conservatories, living areas, and for exterior paved areas, on walls and floors. They have remained popular as they are robust, practical, hardwearing, and hygienic, which suits the modern lifestyle.
There is a plethora of interior styles which draw inspiration from around the world, different time periods, and even specific cultures.
Interior design can even be traced back as far as prehistoric times, when our ancestors began decorating their dwellings with drawings, leading many to believe that it is ingrained into our primal instincts to create attractive homes to live in.
However, one culture which has had a huge impact on the interior design is ancient Egypt.
In our 2020 Tile Trends blog, we revealed that interior design going forward is all about ethical furnishings – items that have a history, are made from sustainable materials, by citizens who are appropriately paid for their labour. In terms of colours and shapes, deep blues and greens are currently at the height of fashion, but other bold colours are also well represented in the 2020 trends. Continue reading
Raise your hands and wave goodbye to the tiles of 2019, because 2020 is on the horizon and we’re so excited to learn where the future of interior design fashion will take us next. In this blog we will be discussing the floor and wall tiles of the future, as well as some general interior design tips, and some speculation regarding Dulux and Pantone’s colours of 2020. Continue reading
In a follow up to our blog on How to Hang Lining Paper, we are helping you finish the process by teaching you how to hang wallpaper too. You’ll find that learning how to hang wallpaper is easy if you have already mastered hanging your lining paper, but that there a few crucial differences that you’ll learn about here.
Colour can transform a space, but it also shows your personality; whether you choose pale yellow or rich jewel tones can say a lot about you and the atmosphere you want to create, but it’s not all about the colours because whether you paint or tile can affect everything! In this blog, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about colour coding your bathroom, including the tips and tricks to make the bathroom of your dreams come true. Continue reading
Painting your walls might seem easy in comparison to the thought of learning how to hang wallpaper, but rest assured that learning this D.I.Y. skill is well worth your time, especially when your walls look beautifully crisp at the end of the process. Continue reading
There’s a lot to consider when you’re renovating a house or redesigning a room. You might have an idea or two about where the furniture will sit or the colour scheme that you want to work in, but do you know what grade of paint you should be using? We’re here to break down the differences between matt and silk finishes, as well as some recommendations of where they are best used. Continue reading
Are you looking to make a statement in your latest renovation? If so, you might be interested in handmade tiles and what makes them so special. In this blog, we will be discovering how and where handmade tiles are crafted. Continue reading