Modular tiles are a great flooring solution for both domestic and commercial use. Unlike other flooring options available, it’s a relatively new one. It can be used in almost all premises because of benefits that most others don’t offer. They are great for creating a comfortable and welcoming environment as well as have a high ability to make a place … Read More
Studies have shown that the bathroom is one of the most used rooms in the house. This has necessitated research on the best ways to make this room offer all it can to the family in terms of aesthetics. Traditionally, bathroom tile designs only focused on their durability, water resistance, and low maintenance. Today, the aesthetics are just as important … Read More
Many homeowners would agree that Victorian tiled homes feel just right. There is actually something about these tiles that seems comforting yet manages to come across as sophisticated at the same time. If you take time to imagine walking in places with high ceilings and opulent, lavish decor, you will understand why Victorian tiling for the home is popular.
Harder Wearing Wood effect floor tiles are more robust than actual wood, whether in porcelain or ceramics and will not be as easily damaged by heavy furniture and sharp objects such as high heels. Because of their robust design, they also do not scratch or mark. No Fading Natural wood fades and changes colour over time and can be bleached … Read More
Kitchens need to have a durable, hard and water-resistant floor free from stains. Tiles have these properties and a tiled floor always looks beautiful in the kitchen, as well as being easy-maintenance and hardy to wear. There are numerous types of tiles to use for your kitchen and below are some of the best ones to choose from, advised from … Read More
Ceramic Tiles Inspired by Chocolate What better way to decorate your floor than with everyone’s favourite guilty pleasure? Spanish designed Alberto Sánchez has come out with his latest ceramic tile design which is based on chocolate. They’re called ONZA tiles and they’re made by the design studio MUT. The tiles consist of three ceramic pieces with invisible joints, so there … Read More