Feeling the metallic love… mixed metallics are ‘en trend’ this season with metallic tones such as silver, nickel steel, gold, rose gold, bronze and brass among others adding a touch of glamour to design schemes across the home.
Grey vs White
When it comes to grouting the colour choice can completely change the look of your tiles.
White is classic, timeless and gives any room a clean updated look. And whilst it is classic, its also very affordable, and will never go out of style. It’s not all good though as white grout gets dirty much easier than darker colours. When using a pale tile white grout is much more forgiving so any discrepancies in lining up are not highlighted and white grout can make a smaller room feel bigger.
The roaring 20s gave us glamour and luxury that after the austerity of war had never been seen before. Back in demand for 2018, almost a hundred years later, we are seeing an elegant take on the Art Deco trend in interior magazines. Taking sheer luxury to the next level, the Art Deco trend is full of style and sophistication and true to its roots, shape and form are of paramount importance when pulling off this look.
So where do you start when considering using pattern in your home or project? The patchwork theme is very popular in interior design right now, make up your own patterns on your walls and floors at home. Geometric, moorish style patterns can inject a Moroccan feel to a space that is bang on trend now. Patterned tiles can create a lot of interest in a relatively small traditional space, but if you want to go ultra-modern, then why not be adventurous and use a patterned tile in other areas of your home. Read more…