One of the major tiling trends at the moment is the use of tiles in different materials, shapes or shades for the same floor. For example wood flooring (or tiles that look like wood) may be used alongside stone (or tiles that look like stone). In this example you can see Hexagon Tiles used alongside wood effect tiles. Check out my blog post to see more examples of this trend and find out what other tiling trends are big right now.
Dura Supreme cabinetry library in Heritage Paint. Gray home office and library with shabby Chic decor, rustic pray Heritage Paint shelving and distressed wood floors. Whole-Home Makeover! A multi-room makeover of this Michigan home called for the design expertise of Lindsey Markel at Dillman & Upton, Inc of Rochester, MI to bring together a stunning whole-home interior that blended purposeful functionality with cohesive architectural design… Read more on the Dura Supreme Blog
Heritage/taco: To achieve a vintage look throughout the home, don't be afraid to mix it up with a patchwork of colourful tiles. Heritage/Taco is the ideal choice! http://www.waxmanceramics.co.uk/blog/news/period-living/#more-947
Rustic elements are ideal for hygge-inspired kitchens. Try some characterful oak worktops and a matching chopping board, and combine with some distressed wood accessories. This mix of textures really adds heart to kitchens and creates a wholesome ambiance for your home. Discover more about the Danish art of hygge: http://www.solidwoodkitchencabinets.co.uk/cabinets_blog/danish-art-hygge-solid-wood-kitchens/
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