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5 top tips to refresh your bathroom this bank holiday
Looking for ways to improve your bathroom this bank holiday without having to tear out pipes or knock down walls? You’ve come to the right place!
Tips & Tricks For Styling Your Kitchen
When it comes to styling your kitchen, it can be difficult to know where to start. To make things easier, we're sharing our top 5 tips and tricks to help kickstart your journey to your dream kitchen.
Natural Reflections: Tiles that Bring the Outdoors In
As we seek to capture the beauty of the outdoors in our homes, nature remains a key décor inspiration for 2021.
Spotlight On: Shaped and Patterned Tiles
Although the trade shows were unable to go ahead as planned last year, 2020 still brought about many design trends. We've been exploring one of the latest trends, in the form of shaped tiles.
Tangerine dreams: How to use 2020’s hottest hue in your next project
Orange you glad to see me? We explore one of this season's trendiest, yet trickiest colours to master from Pantones A/W trend predictions.
The A/W 2020 colour trends you need for your next home DIY project
Hot off the heels of the announcement of Dulux’s Colour of the Year 2021- Brave Ground - we’ve been exploring more imminent predictions for A/W 2020 colour trends.
Finding the Best Bathroom Tiles on a Budget
‘Lockdown project’ has become somewhat of a buzzword in 2020, with more and more people tackling their own interior design tasks. Here’s how to give your bathroom a makeover without breaking the bank.
Starting your tile search
Whether you’re looking for wall or floor tiles, for your main bathroom, kitchen or ensuite, it can be tricky to know where to start with your tile search.
Designing a feature wall with tiles
Whether you have grand designs of incorporating metro tiles, a mosaic effect or big statement design, creating a stand-out feature wall will instantly update tired kitchens and bathrooms.
Tips for a tip-top tile finish
So, your search is complete, you know what tiles you want and the rooms you’re about to tackle. But now comes the dreaded part: installation.