Whether you’re redecorating in preparation for the festive period or putting your personal stamp on a new property, interior design choices should always reflect your creative flair. From choosing colour schemes that suit your personality to opting for a distinctive floor that commands attention, it couldn’t be easier to be bold in a home of your own. In today’s post, we’re celebrating the latest style secrets in interior design as we highlight some of the most unique and creative flooring options out there. From adding a vibrant twist on shabby-chic... Read More
Retro, rustic or really modern – whatever style you’re seeking, metro tiles are sure to crop up time and time again on interior design blogs and moodboards. Unlike traditional tiles, the metro brick style of tile doesn’t follow any rules or fit to any one style. They’re completely versatile – and we can’t get enough of them. This week, we’re celebrating the simplicity of white metro brick tiles in the home. From beautiful bathrooms to captivating kitchens, we’ve put together a compilation of the very best metro interior designs to... Read More
The Metro Brick Duck egg tiles are an extremely popular colour. This colour creates an extremely contemporary look that suits a modern themed home. We have a stunning array of metro brick tiles that are available, and there’ll definitely be one that catches your eye! The metro tiles are suitable for use indoors, typically in kitchens or bathrooms. With the extensive range of colours and sizes in the metro range, feel free to be choosy and order our samples first to see which colour tile compliments your room. The Metro brick... Read More
Ceramic tiles can be glazed or unglazed. Glazed tiles are available plain or decorated and can be used on walls and floors. Most homes will have white tiles in their kitchens and bathrooms, which is very traditional and practical so as to know the areas that are prone to mess, however, more contemporary homes have followed fashion and now display coloured tiles, black tiles and textured tiles. The key has now become finding a design that compliments your taste and is easily maintained.