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  • Loft Conversions With Floor Tiles
    need planning permission for your loft conversion and speak with a reputable builder to find out if your loft is suitable to be converted into a room Eclectic Kids by San Francisco General Contractors Upscale Construction Wood effect tiles If you want a den like atmosphere then wood is a great choice there are some very realistic Wood tiles on the market which in fact are extremely hard wearing Plus when using a tile as opposed to actual wood you have more design options in terms of size and colour The Wood tile series is recommended plus there is a new kid on the block called Pyrenees which is coming soon Both wood effect tiles are suitable for the wall and floor Texture with a difference For a textured tile that stands out from the crowd Linear is ideal Plus there are new colours available in this range I d choose this tile for the textured surface it will add a cosy feel to the loft making it unique to you and the house You can fix Linear to the wall and floor Mosaics for awkward spaces Industrial Family Room by London Design Build Firms T Space Design Build Contemporary Bedroom by East Anglia Home Builders A1 PMS Mosaics are as different as people s personalities giving you free reign to find a match just for you There are endless colours effects textures materials and possibilities It is easy to fall in love with mosaics they are just so creative innovative and fun You can literally paint pictures with mosaics Go for it and make your own loft conversion that extra bit special 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

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  • Love Your Kitchen Wall Tiles
    colours and a unique bumpy edge that feels vintage it s hard to go wrong with the Brick tile range Edge is a favourite of Jayne Customer Service Assisatnt She is impressed with the Sage Green but at the end of the day would choose Ice Blue for her own kitchen Her white goods and accessories are silver so the ice blue would compliment each other perfectly Efeso Nero is top of Lee s Customer Service Manager kitchen wall tile list This masculine tile in black is super stylish and very modern A kitchen with this wall tile will create impact the dark colours of grey black adds depth to the walls Super cool design Picasso Red is not a metro tile And it is still popular People usually love or hate red in the kitchen The Picasso tile series comes in seven bright and happy colours with inset tiles to add that extra spot of detail to the wall Colour variation also adds depth to the wall tile designs Decko Blue is on Sophie s kitchen walls at home Decko is classed as a bathroom tile but in all honesty a wall tile is a wall tile and is suitable for application in both rooms The Antille Blue colour stood out and was different to most other kitchen wall tile designs Marmi Antichi Classico Almond is a top seller for those looking to achieve a country kitchen rustic wholesome look in their home The realistic stone effect and matt finish is natural and welcoming Quilt coming soon This patchwork and patterned tile range is set to be a new favourite tile range especially suited to fun and quirky kitchen designs This Moroccan styled bohemian pattern makes geometric design fun and colourful Dare to stand out 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

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  • Where Can I Find Inspiration For Wall And Floor Tiles?
    want their dream bathroom or kitchen to look like But that s Ok too Sometimes we all need a little bit of inspiration to help us on our way So where do we get this inspiration for wall tiles and floor tiles Metro Tiles Country Kitchens One thing we can do is use the following materials readily available to us Magazines such as Beautiful Kitchen magazine Lookbooks such as Houzz com where you can add articles and pictures to your ideabook Interior design sites and blogs madaboutthehouse com is a great inspirational home interiors blog that is mad about metro wall tiles too Next you can turn to the experts Tileflair understands that choosing tiles can be tricky but we also know that once you nail it you really can create something beautiful in your home That is why our Tileflair stores are packed full of inspirational settings for you to envision what the tile will actually look like on your wall We also provide inspirational brochures of our extensive tile collection and our Don t just tile it transform it case study project shows you before and after pictures of real life customer homes Wait that s not it we also try to help inspire you online Visit our Twylah for an overview of where we are on the web http tweets tileflair co uk We share links through our Facebook page We share inspiration on our google page We pin those great interiors that inspire us via our Pinterest boards And we retweet great inspirational pictures and offers on Twitter So don t panic when it comes to buying wall and floor tiles Tileflair staff members are helpful knowledgeable and interested when it comes to the tile buying process and are on hand for any questions you may have Good luck and remember to share your pictures with us when you are done we would love to see them 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

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  • Read All About Wet Rooms
    your floors and walls may well be more protected compared to a traditional bathroom set up Many tile stores will have a practical demonstration of a wetroom to help explain how they work and how they are a possible option for most people Disadvantages On the flip side of the coin wetrooms can have their disadvantages too In small bathrooms even though more space is created through installing a wetroom the open plan element of the shower may cause splashes and spray water on your towels and toilet paper Here you have to look at the design and practical functionality of the space Form must always follow function meaning that your wetroom will be useless if you cannot use it even though it looks amazing It is possible to research and fit your own wetroom but it is vitally important that you are confident that the room has been tanked properly which is where a professional should be brought in for peace of mind that leaking water will not cause damage to your house You will need to tile your entire wetroom from floor to ceiling If a porous tile is used you will have to seal the tiles every couple of months to maintain and protect them correctly Ceramic and porcelain tiles reduce this work but should still be considered It is always best to protect the grout as well to increase the aesthetic and functional qualities of the grouting Here are some ideas to get you started Now the fun part choosing your tiles Due to the sloped floor for the shower drainage you will need either small or mosaic tiles It is possible to tile the whole of your bathroom with mosaic tiles but this may blow your budget out of the window if you have a large bathroom It is possible to use mosaic tiles on the floor even if made of glass the high number of grouted joints help to make a non slip surface Mosaic tiles are ideal for use on a sloping floor you just have to check that they are suitable for wet room use There are so many varieties of mosaic tiles it is impossible to mention them all An impressive series of mosaic tiles is Classy Glass See pictures of the blue Fiji range for a combination of pearlescent and complimentary blues to create a calming and relaxing feel to the wetroom with an element of fun Or you could opt for the rich and sensual Zanzibar for a contemporary and inspirational feel as pictured also Incorporate mosaic tiles into the tile design both on the wall and floor these features really add character and personality to your wetroom Wetrooms can be neutral colours natural stone effect a dramatic metallic feel contemporary in style and strong in subtlety It is of course a personal preference as to what wetroom you choose let your imagination run wild It is a good design tip to incorporate a different tile design colour or

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  • Perk Up Your Walls And Floors With Patterned Tiles
    an eclectic mix of ceramic tiles that bring heaps of character and warmth to any country or modern scheme and is great for adding interest to a kitchen with plain white units Valentino A bit heavier on the pattern and therefore more impactful is our Valentino geometric décor tile range which is perfect for perking up a plain beige or white base tile These lovely metro tiles also come in a variety of patterns so you can indulge your creativity to the max Artisan My personal favourite though has to be the Artisan range A stunning collection of floor and wall tiles that bring to mind Victorian encaustic tiles Beautiful on walls and floors particularly in the entrance hall these tiles will not fail to impress visitors but the pattern is subtle enough to make you love them forever They come in a choice of beige blue and grey too so will compliment any colour scheme you have in mind Unless you ve lived with them for a while it takes an adventurous person to kit out a whole room with patterned tiles So if you re feeling a little nervous then you could try starting in one small room like the downstairs bathroom floor for example Once you ve decided that you love them then you can extend your beautiful patterned tiles to other areas of the house Use patterned tiles like a work of art In a bathroom of plain large format tiles you could add a cascade of brightly coloured pattered tiles down one wall for instance Be imaginative with patterned tiles and create something beautiful that will make your friends green with envy 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

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  • Get Creative With Copper And Brass
    to add texture into the mix then consider our CE brown bronze mosaic mix wall tile But don t let us put a limit on your creativity perhaps a full on metallic statement is more your bag with lighting furniture or worktop all twinkling gently in the autumn light Perhaps even a wall of copper or brass is more to your taste If so then you may want to consider our Split Slate Mosaic range which although is made from natural stone with its various tones of gold brass and copper brings an understated richness to any room Brushed Bronze Mosaic Split Slate Mosaic Foil Sunbeam Mosaic Zanzibar Mosaic CE Bronze Mosaic The beauty of copper and brass is that they work wonderfully with other natural materials such as stone or marble So a touch of brass perhaps in the form of contemporary taps or a small tiled area in a marble dominated bathroom works to warm up the space and bring in some modern style Utilitarian copper pipe taps are an accessory that are being seen more frequently and loved for their simple industrial feel Team this with our Zanzibar Classy Glass mosaic tile which imitates the rich tones of copper and gold and you re on to a style winner Copper and brass bring just the right note of chic to a kitchen be they battered copper pipes in an industrial kitchen or highly polished ceiling pendants in a more traditional room However far you want to take this quirky style trend there are some lovely tile ranges available to suit every style so make it your own 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

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  • We Love Kitchen Floor Tiles
    s the sleek contemporary look you re after Then consider our San Gimignano range which comes in semi polished and matt finish Go for something a bit different with our hexagonal Sainte Maxime range stunning against a neutral room that enables the floor tiles to sing out and grab the attention to all who enter A real statement floor tile La Pobla Dark is good for creating drama and atmosphere in your space Our modular floor tiles such as our Himalaya stone effect range or our Loire range break all the usual rules of straight lines and do their own thing creating a pattern that holds your gaze For real impact and indulgence consider our Mont Blanc Multi which encompasses colour and pattern reminiscent of natural slate Whether you want the real thing or a realistic alternative our range of stone effect floor tiles are alive with colour ripples and texture giving that natural ambiance that comes with a beautiful stone floor You can if you re brave enough have your tiles continue from the floors to the walls blending seamlessly to create a smooth modern design We have many options for tiles that are suitable for both walls and floors For a seamless look throughout your home have a singular type of floor tile to cover the whole area This will bring a sense of unity and flow from one room to another Our Venetian range for instance is for walls and floors and looks very contemporary with its venetian blind effect Whether you want a light spacious neutral look or a bold bright and colourful space there are floor tiles to suit every possible weird and wonderful taste or design scheme you can imagine Really the sky is the limit Whatever the style you go for in your décor in whichever space there is a plethora of floor tile styles and designs to compliment 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

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  • Grout Guide - 4 Tips
    is Grout Grout is the cement based material that fills the spaces between the gaps between tiles on the wall and on the floor Grout is important because it can hinder the beauty of the tiles if not used correctly or looked after properly 2 What tools do I need to grout Presuming your tiles are fixed to the wall you will need Small trowel grout float sponge mixing bucket gloves and a mixing paddle would be useful You basically mix the grout in a bucket use the trowel and grout float to apply grout between the tiles and then sponge off at the end Grout Products Online 3 Grout Colour Selector The grout colour is a visible part of the tile design so should really match your tiles Also think long term darker grout colours will help hide staining from water or spillages etc whether for the wall or floor Of course light grouts may look better on your tile design but may need more work to maintain the look 4 Use a grout protector This invisible spray is easy to use and is essential to help keep your grout and tiles looking lovely Highly recommended as well as cleaning products that do not break down the grout protector More tips on how to clean grout on our Grubby Grout OUT blog CONTACT US via the Tileflair Helpdesk and staff in store will also happily recommend the exact product you need for tiling DIY as well as answer any questions you have 0117 959 8888 helpdesk tileflair co uk social media Full reference guide BAL http www bal adhesives co uk newpdfs Product Guide 2011 pdf 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

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