The tile grout colour you choose to use on your wall or floor plays an important part in the overall room design. You can choose between colours which are complementing or contrasting with your tiles. Alternatively, if you really want to create a unique space, you can go with a bold option and use non-standard grout colours.
The Paris Bath is a faithful reproduction of an early 20th century French fireclay bath. It is manufactured in England from Vitrite, a stone and mineral composite that replicates the look and feel of the original bath but without the weight.
• Length: 1665/1778mm
• Width: 822mm
• Height: 575mm (693mm with feet)
• Capacity: 300/310 Litres
• Weight: 80/120kg
Wood-look tiles bring warmth and nature into our space, with their rich textures and rustic feel. They are a popular choice because they provide a neutral colour pallet from which to design any space desired. Lets look at the reasons why these tiles are so popular, how they are made, where to use them and how to style them.
Subway tiles have become increasingly popular over the years, with these now being a top interior trend in 2022. Let’s take an in-depth look at what makes a subway tile a subway tile, look at some creative ways these can be installed and establish where these tiles are most commonly used.