Optimise a large space with floor-to-ceiling tiles. This large bathroom sports urban-hotel chic with metro tiles throughout. The industrial look is softened by watercolour green and white wood shutters. Hide away toiletries in an under-basin cabinet and keep the scheme smart with a smooth slate grey floor.
A trend continuing from last year, wood and butcher-block countertops are still hot. It’s a beautiful look for the kitchen in addition to it being an amenity that home chefs love. If you’re looking for a sustainable countertop option, reclaimed wood is a great addition to the kitchen.
If floor space is an issue, consider switching out a traditional swinging door for a sliding barn door. Not only does a barn door save space, its rustic look also adds a fun architectural element to even the most builder-basic living rooms.
We've sat and looked at this dining area for a few minutes, as it's so striking! Totally uncluttered and relying solely on a large and bold table design, this gorgeous area really means business. It feels so enclosed and yet open too, thanks to the dark walls!
In a truly tiny home, you might think that a dining area is something you need to forgo, but in all honesty, a bistro furniture set will fit in even the smallest of spaces! You can't deny that this little installation looks cute as a button!
Pops of blue and gold give depth to the neutral foundation of this living room, and there are fun visual surprises like the sofa 's nailhead trim and the swoop of an arc floor lamp.
White walls and floors will open up even a tiny room and give a feeling of a light and airy space. Choose accents of natural, earthy tones to warm up your room. Opt for wooden bath panels to shake-up a blue and white room.
New technology has led to ultra thin tiles that can be laid directly over existing flooring and wall tiles. Inkjet technology is used to faithfully replicate stone patterning, which means it is easy to have the classic look of stone without the drawbacks of weight, size limitations and cost. Large-format...
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