One of the major 2016 tiling trends 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 Misty Fjord™ Hexagon Polished Tiles from Topps Tiles. Check out my blog post to see more examples of this trend and find out what other tiling trend I identified for 2016.
Expansive traditional kitchen in North West. All the paint was produced by Farrow & Ball. The Cabinets were Elephants Breath, and the Island was Chemise (no longer available), I believe the walls were painted in Cornforth White. The tiles are a metro type tile with a small bevelled edge, unfortunately I forget where they were sourced, but I hope that's helpful. via Lewis Alderson & Co.
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Wow! These Hygge greeting cards at Lagom (UK) have just shot straight to the top of my wishlist. Hygge is a Danish word that, translated means “coziness” and “tranquility”, and that’s exactly what I’m feeling when I look at these....