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  • Patchwork And Patterned Tiles Trend
    but also overwhelming so to prevent it dominating the room think about using a softer colour and pattern Look at our Loire floor tile range Bottom Left for example which offer a hint of pattern and uniqueness without being too bold or brash When using lots of colourful patterned tiles it s important to isolate them with lots of low key neutrals in the scheme to enhance the beauty of the pattern Keep the rest of the design simple to ensure different features aren t competing for attention If you re a little more cautious then there is still plenty you can do to add patterned tiles to your décor Highlighting a small space is a great way of incorporating patterned tiles into your scheme and to brighten up an otherwise plain area A cooker splash back is an excellent place to use patterned tiles and gives an exotic feel to a kitchen Our Valentino range of wall tiles above right is perfect for this look Mix the designs up for an eclectic look For a homely eclectic look mix and match with a range of plain and patterned tiles You can be very bold here and make a real statement with several different patterns and colours and it will create a space that is utterly unique Our Quilt range of wall tiles is perfect for this On the floor Patterned floor tiles can make a real statement too whether it s a small area or the whole floor To make a feature area of your floor use brightly coloured patterned floor tiles in one particular area to create a rug like effect This looks particularly striking just inside the front door or underneath a dining table You could also use patterned border tiles to frame a larger section of simpler tiles to give interest Advice Blog Textured Tiles are in Reverse Metro Tiles The benefits of Underfloor Heating Tileflair will help transform your home Tileflair SALE Considering a wet room Do your homework The Wonders of Wood Effect Perk up your walls and floors with patterned tiles Shout about your grout 5 things to consider when choosing floor tiles 50 Shades of beige Get creative with copper and brass Tile Combining Colour of the month Orange How to Use Metro Tiles Colourful Bathroom Tiles The classic bathroom tile design Clasico and Quantocks Tile Colour of the Month Blue Conservatory Floor Tiles Best Laid Patio Floor Tiles Patterned Floor Tiles Put Brick Metro Tiles on your Wall Lovely Linear Textured Floor Wall Tiles White Kitchen Tiles UK designs Metro Tiles UK Get Creative with Concrete and Stone Effect Tiles San Gimignano Successful Bathroom Tile Designs Tiles can colour your mood Love Art Deco with Tiles Colourful Kitchen Wall Tiles Muretto Style the Ultimate in Stone Chic How to remove staining from your patio floor tiles Laying Floor Tiles Preparation Why Choose Stone Effect Floor Tiles Interview with Clair Strong Interior Design 5 Tips to add WOW to your Washroom Metro

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  • Using Green Tiles to make a statement - blog - tileflair
    can enhance kitchen units and draw focus toward a favoured item like a range cooker Create a fresh look in your kitchen by using bold green wall tiles against cool neutrals like crisp white Our Decko series of wall tiles offer a Lime Green option that is fun vibrant and will brighten up any bathroom or kitchen Use utensils or equipment to pick up the colour of the tiles or use a contrasting accent colour For a more sophisticated look team olive green tiles with dark wood kitchen units Take a look at Olive Brick and Edge Salvia Sage Green to achieve this look Neutral floor tiles work wonderfully with green walls of any shade and will make the feel airy and light Alternatively beautiful green floor tiles with neutral walls can create a real statement underfoot such as the Foreste Verde floor tile Top Interior Design Tip Small spaces love bright colours but use crisp shades of bathroom tile that reflect the light To create a harmonious colour scheme in the bathroom combine green wall tiles with colours adjacent to it on the colour wheel for example apple green with bottle green turquoise or blue accessories For a warmer feel try teaming green tiles with harmonising red or orange but stick to a maximum of three colours if you want to avoid overdoing it Alternatively use toned down shades of the same colour for a more serene look Finally finish your room with flowers or a plant to give a natural freshness to the whole look Advice Blog Textured Tiles are in Reverse Metro Tiles The benefits of Underfloor Heating Tileflair will help transform your home Tileflair SALE Considering a wet room Do your homework The Wonders of Wood Effect Perk up your walls and floors with patterned tiles Shout about your grout 5 things to consider when choosing floor tiles 50 Shades of beige Get creative with copper and brass Tile Combining Colour of the month Orange How to Use Metro Tiles Colourful Bathroom Tiles The classic bathroom tile design Clasico and Quantocks Tile Colour of the Month Blue Conservatory Floor Tiles Best Laid Patio Floor Tiles Patterned Floor Tiles Put Brick Metro Tiles on your Wall Lovely Linear Textured Floor Wall Tiles White Kitchen Tiles UK designs Metro Tiles UK Get Creative with Concrete and Stone Effect Tiles San Gimignano Successful Bathroom Tile Designs Tiles can colour your mood Love Art Deco with Tiles Colourful Kitchen Wall Tiles Muretto Style the Ultimate in Stone Chic How to remove staining from your patio floor tiles Laying Floor Tiles Preparation Why Choose Stone Effect Floor Tiles Interview with Clair Strong Interior Design 5 Tips to add WOW to your Washroom Metro Kitchen Wall Tiles Staff Favourites We love kitchen floor tiles Grubby Grout OUT Long live the Country Style Kitchen Grout Guide 4 tips Modern Kitchen Wall Tiles find your tile style Black Kitchen Floor Tiles Bevelled Kitchen Wall Tiles Interview with Sustainable Kitchens Embrace Embossed Tiles Consider a

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  • Wall Tiles - Does Bigger Always Mean Better?
    that reflect the light especially in a glossy finish as this will encourage light around the space If using darker colours go for shades with a softer undertone that will envelop you into the room rather than making it feel small and cold A further drawback is that larger format wall tiles are also considerably heavier than smaller tiles this can lead to implications with the tiling If you are unsure and do not know what you are doing it may be worth getting a professional in although they can seem costly it s a lot less than what you may have to pay later on down the line to rectify a mistake Examples of beautiful large format wall tiles are Essencia 600x300mm floor and wall tile Neutral and suits most homes these timeless colours also won t date The Athena wall tile 700x250 is perfect for bathrooms the beautiful neutral beige tile can be teamed with large borders make the look even more dramatic and give a variety of design options Minimal fuss maximum impact Minimal floor and wall tile reaps the benefits of glazed porcelain This impressive 600x300mm tile comes in three colourways with beautiful inject effects and a matt finish Bavaria technically a floor tile but at 900x450mm it s huge so we couldn t miss it out Not for the faint hearted this striking porcelain floor tile is available in three colours and is sure to make an impact in your home Impressive aren t they But just one last thought before you start thinking you suddenly have to go as large as possible bear in mind the 100x100mm wall tile still exists especially tiles in kitchens reminiscent of the country So go on and create something beautiful with tiles today large small dark light the possibilities are endless and remember Tileflair are always at hand to help with your tiling project Good luck Advice Blog Textured Tiles are in Reverse Metro Tiles The benefits of Underfloor Heating Tileflair will help transform your home Tileflair SALE Considering a wet room Do your homework The Wonders of Wood Effect Perk up your walls and floors with patterned tiles Shout about your grout 5 things to consider when choosing floor tiles 50 Shades of beige Get creative with copper and brass Tile Combining Colour of the month Orange How to Use Metro Tiles Colourful Bathroom Tiles The classic bathroom tile design Clasico and Quantocks Tile Colour of the Month Blue Conservatory Floor Tiles Best Laid Patio Floor Tiles Patterned Floor Tiles Put Brick Metro Tiles on your Wall Lovely Linear Textured Floor Wall Tiles White Kitchen Tiles UK designs Metro Tiles UK Get Creative with Concrete and Stone Effect Tiles San Gimignano Successful Bathroom Tile Designs Tiles can colour your mood Love Art Deco with Tiles Colourful Kitchen Wall Tiles Muretto Style the Ultimate in Stone Chic How to remove staining from your patio floor tiles Laying Floor Tiles Preparation Why Choose Stone Effect Floor Tiles Interview with

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  • Shout About Your Grout!
    the tiles The placement of the individual tile is more visible creating a striking patterned look the grout acting as a kind of frame for each individual tile The greater the difference in between grout and tile colour the more visible the pattern will be So contrasting tile and grout may be the best choice with detailed geometric or decorative layouts Think of white Metro tiles with dark grey grout with its classic industrial look This creates a strong design statement but you needn t limit yourself to grey In fact any colour you choose will go well with white tiles to warm up an otherwise sterile looking space and you can continue the same colour around the room for a coordinated feel Alternatively choose beautiful coloured tiles and strongly contrast with grout from the other side of the colour spectrum for a bold look that draws attention Or bold coloured tiles can be softened with a complementing darker colour to tone down the overall look If you re looking to consider a grout colour for its practicality remember that light neutral coloured grouts in greys beiges and browns is a safe bet in bathrooms that are likely to get grubby over time The lighter the grout the more regular maintenance it will need Darker grouts on the other hand may hide dirt and stains but are also more prone to fading and staining from harsh cleaners Grout is not just for filling in the spaces it does the hard job of framing the tiles and allowing them to shine so give your grout the appreciation it deserves and choose wisely You may also be interested in Grubby Grout Out tips and advice about cleaning grout 4 Tips about Grout beginners guide to what grout is about Advice Blog Textured Tiles are in Reverse Metro Tiles The benefits of Underfloor Heating Tileflair will help transform your home Tileflair SALE Considering a wet room Do your homework The Wonders of Wood Effect Perk up your walls and floors with patterned tiles Shout about your grout 5 things to consider when choosing floor tiles 50 Shades of beige Get creative with copper and brass Tile Combining Colour of the month Orange How to Use Metro Tiles Colourful Bathroom Tiles The classic bathroom tile design Clasico and Quantocks Tile Colour of the Month Blue Conservatory Floor Tiles Best Laid Patio Floor Tiles Patterned Floor Tiles Put Brick Metro Tiles on your Wall Lovely Linear Textured Floor Wall Tiles White Kitchen Tiles UK designs Metro Tiles UK Get Creative with Concrete and Stone Effect Tiles San Gimignano Successful Bathroom Tile Designs Tiles can colour your mood Love Art Deco with Tiles Colourful Kitchen Wall Tiles Muretto Style the Ultimate in Stone Chic How to remove staining from your patio floor tiles Laying Floor Tiles Preparation Why Choose Stone Effect Floor Tiles Interview with Clair Strong Interior Design 5 Tips to add WOW to your Washroom Metro Kitchen Wall Tiles Staff Favourites We love kitchen

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  • 50 Shades Of Beige
    designed to withstand the ravages of busy family life yet still looks beautiful and also works to unify a space Savannah Loire San GImignano Split Slate Mosaic When we use natural colours and textures in our homes it exudes a simple beauty that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion or time of year Heathland beiges and greys on the floors walls and large soft furnishings in natural materials not only radiate natural splendour and charm but they work well with all other colours on the spectrum Add accessories of deep orange or rich green to a neutral scheme for an autumnal feel sumptuous dark reds bring texture and richness to winter schemes and yet come Christmas sparkly silver gives a lovely festive feel Or simply leave the room completely neutral throughout for an elegant refined look One of my favourite looks at the moment is a wall of beige mosaic tiles such as our Quartz Beige Mosaico range or the Split slate Mosaic quartz range The texture and beauty these bring to a room is just gorgeous especially when teamed with reclaimed wood furniture and plenty of rich textures and then large format neutral floor tiles such as our Savannah Beige range This mix of harmonious materials creates and vibrant textures speak of a subtle richness charm and personality Advice Blog Textured Tiles are in Reverse Metro Tiles The benefits of Underfloor Heating Tileflair will help transform your home Tileflair SALE Considering a wet room Do your homework The Wonders of Wood Effect Perk up your walls and floors with patterned tiles Shout about your grout 5 things to consider when choosing floor tiles 50 Shades of beige Get creative with copper and brass Tile Combining Colour of the month Orange How to Use Metro Tiles Colourful Bathroom Tiles The classic bathroom tile design Clasico and Quantocks Tile Colour of the Month Blue Conservatory Floor Tiles Best Laid Patio Floor Tiles Patterned Floor Tiles Put Brick Metro Tiles on your Wall Lovely Linear Textured Floor Wall Tiles White Kitchen Tiles UK designs Metro Tiles UK Get Creative with Concrete and Stone Effect Tiles San Gimignano Successful Bathroom Tile Designs Tiles can colour your mood Love Art Deco with Tiles Colourful Kitchen Wall Tiles Muretto Style the Ultimate in Stone Chic How to remove staining from your patio floor tiles Laying Floor Tiles Preparation Why Choose Stone Effect Floor Tiles Interview with Clair Strong Interior Design 5 Tips to add WOW to your Washroom Metro Kitchen Wall Tiles Staff Favourites We love kitchen floor tiles Grubby Grout OUT Long live the Country Style Kitchen Grout Guide 4 tips Modern Kitchen Wall Tiles find your tile style Black Kitchen Floor Tiles Bevelled Kitchen Wall Tiles Interview with Sustainable Kitchens Embrace Embossed Tiles Consider a Tiled Feature Wall Modular Floor Tile Designs A fresh start with new Kitchen Floor Tiles Kitchen Wall Tile Designs Hexagonal Tiles Colour of the month RED TILES Minimalism large vs small Pick A Patterned

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  • Metro Kitchen Wall Tiles - Staff Favourites
    than reflecting giving a truly unique look The textured finishes also allow to you be as creative in design as you see fit either limiting the tactile finish to stand alone tiles or to dominate your wall space Lee Edge Tile Series The beautiful bevelled edge on each tile in this range steers more towards retro metro tiles The twist in the design of these tiles however lies in the colour choices on offer Choose from sage green ice blue bianco sabbia beige and piombo charcoal or go crazy and mix and match the colours You could even throw in a border to make your kitchen wall or bathroom stand out Sophie Valentino Wall Tiles Mix and match the various geometric patterns as you see fit Personally I prefer an eclectic mix of random designs but if you prefer a more regimented or structured design you could choose your favourite of the eight designs available and either repeat this tile or spread out with the almond base tile A definite wow factor is guaranteed whichever design you opt for especially when you see close up how intricate and delicate the designs on each tie is Olga Marylebone Tile Series The sleek and sophisticated Marylebone tile series is a glossy and bold tile will update your kitchen wall tiles into a modern and fashionable looking space This style with the glossy bevelled edged tiles has actually been around for many years but this tile series has introduced a contemporary size of 300 x 75mm which is much longer than the norm This different size opens up more unique design choices paving the way for creative and individual kitchen wall tiles Advice Blog Textured Tiles are in Reverse Metro Tiles The benefits of Underfloor Heating Tileflair will help transform your home Tileflair SALE Considering a wet room Do your homework The Wonders of Wood Effect Perk up your walls and floors with patterned tiles Shout about your grout 5 things to consider when choosing floor tiles 50 Shades of beige Get creative with copper and brass Tile Combining Colour of the month Orange How to Use Metro Tiles Colourful Bathroom Tiles The classic bathroom tile design Clasico and Quantocks Tile Colour of the Month Blue Conservatory Floor Tiles Best Laid Patio Floor Tiles Patterned Floor Tiles Put Brick Metro Tiles on your Wall Lovely Linear Textured Floor Wall Tiles White Kitchen Tiles UK designs Metro Tiles UK Get Creative with Concrete and Stone Effect Tiles San Gimignano Successful Bathroom Tile Designs Tiles can colour your mood Love Art Deco with Tiles Colourful Kitchen Wall Tiles Muretto Style the Ultimate in Stone Chic How to remove staining from your patio floor tiles Laying Floor Tiles Preparation Why Choose Stone Effect Floor Tiles Interview with Clair Strong Interior Design 5 Tips to add WOW to your Washroom Metro Kitchen Wall Tiles Staff Favourites We love kitchen floor tiles Grubby Grout OUT Long live the Country Style Kitchen Grout Guide 4 tips Modern Kitchen Wall

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  • Grubby Grout, OUT!
    grout Well you can either prevent the build up in the first place by using a grout and tile protector or you can deal with it afterwards by using a grout stain remover You can also maintain the grout and keep your wall tiles looking fabulous with a mild detergent such as wax wash a specially formulated product to help reduce the build up of dirt So all you need do is put some music on roll on the rubber gloves and get scrubbing Actually once you start its really quite satisfying Not convinced Well at the very least you ll restore your bathroom to its former level of sparkle Before you start make sure your cleaning product it is actually suitable for use on your wall tiles Some stain removal products are unsuitable for marble travertine or limestone Then simply dilute as necessary and wipe on For more stubborn stains you might need to give it a bit of elbow grease But there s nothing like a bit of scrubbing to get the blood pumping Rinse off with copious amounts of clean water stand back and admire your beautiful sparkling wall tiles Job done Now admit it that wasn t too bad was it Advice Blog Textured Tiles are in Reverse Metro Tiles The benefits of Underfloor Heating Tileflair will help transform your home Tileflair SALE Considering a wet room Do your homework The Wonders of Wood Effect Perk up your walls and floors with patterned tiles Shout about your grout 5 things to consider when choosing floor tiles 50 Shades of beige Get creative with copper and brass Tile Combining Colour of the month Orange How to Use Metro Tiles Colourful Bathroom Tiles The classic bathroom tile design Clasico and Quantocks Tile Colour of the Month Blue Conservatory Floor Tiles Best Laid Patio Floor Tiles Patterned Floor Tiles Put Brick Metro Tiles on your Wall Lovely Linear Textured Floor Wall Tiles White Kitchen Tiles UK designs Metro Tiles UK Get Creative with Concrete and Stone Effect Tiles San Gimignano Successful Bathroom Tile Designs Tiles can colour your mood Love Art Deco with Tiles Colourful Kitchen Wall Tiles Muretto Style the Ultimate in Stone Chic How to remove staining from your patio floor tiles Laying Floor Tiles Preparation Why Choose Stone Effect Floor Tiles Interview with Clair Strong Interior Design 5 Tips to add WOW to your Washroom Metro Kitchen Wall Tiles Staff Favourites We love kitchen floor tiles Grubby Grout OUT Long live the Country Style Kitchen Grout Guide 4 tips Modern Kitchen Wall Tiles find your tile style Black Kitchen Floor Tiles Bevelled Kitchen Wall Tiles Interview with Sustainable Kitchens Embrace Embossed Tiles Consider a Tiled Feature Wall Modular Floor Tile Designs A fresh start with new Kitchen Floor Tiles Kitchen Wall Tile Designs Hexagonal Tiles Colour of the month RED TILES Minimalism large vs small Pick A Patterned Floor New year re vamped kitchen LTP Porcelain Floor Tile Cleaner Metro Tiles Design Ideas Create a Boutique

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  • Black Kitchen Floor Tiles
    kitchen work top with the floor The wall tiles and cupboards can then coordinate and compliment or contrast If you were thinking that a darker floor would hide all stains and spillages you should reconsider Keeping dark floors in top condition requires a labour of love On the other hand having dark flooring will highlight how much dirt and dust actually accumulates on the floor thus helping you stay on top of it It depends on your point of view to cleanliness There are plenty of other kitchen floor tiles available Above images Himalaya Annapurna and Lux Black Different Black Floor Tile Effects Dark Stone Effect kitchen floor tiles will add interest to the room A good example of this is Himalaya Annapurna Black Modular floor tiles Textured black kitchen floor tiles such as Highlands Black floor tiles will offer a unique effect to the floor Matt effect black floor tiles are available in a number of sizes from 300 x 300mm to 600 x 300mm Black colour tip Alternative names for black include Anthracite Charcoal and Grafito I would highly recommend taking a tile sample home or two and placing it on the floor you are thinking about tiling to see how the light effects the tile Sometimes the light in your home will create a different colour tone and effect if textured to the black colour you see on the screen or in a shop Black kitchen floor tiles will certainly add an elegant edge to your kitchen Advice Blog Textured Tiles are in Reverse Metro Tiles The benefits of Underfloor Heating Tileflair will help transform your home Tileflair SALE Considering a wet room Do your homework The Wonders of Wood Effect Perk up your walls and floors with patterned tiles Shout about your grout 5 things to consider when choosing floor tiles 50 Shades of beige Get creative with copper and brass Tile Combining Colour of the month Orange How to Use Metro Tiles Colourful Bathroom Tiles The classic bathroom tile design Clasico and Quantocks Tile Colour of the Month Blue Conservatory Floor Tiles Best Laid Patio Floor Tiles Patterned Floor Tiles Put Brick Metro Tiles on your Wall Lovely Linear Textured Floor Wall Tiles White Kitchen Tiles UK designs Metro Tiles UK Get Creative with Concrete and Stone Effect Tiles San Gimignano Successful Bathroom Tile Designs Tiles can colour your mood Love Art Deco with Tiles Colourful Kitchen Wall Tiles Muretto Style the Ultimate in Stone Chic How to remove staining from your patio floor tiles Laying Floor Tiles Preparation Why Choose Stone Effect Floor Tiles Interview with Clair Strong Interior Design 5 Tips to add WOW to your Washroom Metro Kitchen Wall Tiles Staff Favourites We love kitchen floor tiles Grubby Grout OUT Long live the Country Style Kitchen Grout Guide 4 tips Modern Kitchen Wall Tiles find your tile style Black Kitchen Floor Tiles Bevelled Kitchen Wall Tiles Interview with Sustainable Kitchens Embrace Embossed Tiles Consider a Tiled Feature Wall Modular Floor Tile Designs

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