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Use exotic hardwood flooring to create a beautiful, one of a kind mosaic in any room of your home!

from Mail Online

The ingenious parenting 'hacks' you need to know

Neat and tidy: Install a coat hook low down on the floor in your hall and hang your trainers and shoes from it to keep life organised

Fantastic cottage laundry room features white cabinets paired with soapstone countertops framing apron sink paired with gooseneck faucet and tongue and groove backsplash situated next to built-in shelves filled with woven laundry sorters stacked over built-in dog bed lined with white and yellow striped cushion atop terracotta hex tiled floor.

from Decorenvy

Parquet is Making a Comeback

entry hall with herringbone parquet floor. I'd like to try it with a slightly more elaborate trim.

from Beneath My Heart

Favorite Pins Friday

Love the curtain on the inside of the front door INTERIOR DESIGN ∙ COUNTRY HOUSES ∙ Wiltshire - Todhunter EarleTodhunter Earle

from Time Out London

Betty Blythe Vintage Tearoom

Betty Blythe - A 1920's inspired vintage tea room in Brooke Green, West London

from Bloglovin’

A white farm from 1907

A white farm from 1907 | home of Daniella Witte - FLOS Gatto adds a touch of modern elegance to this contemporary living room with hardwood floors, navy and gray accents and greenery.

from House to Home

Kitchen extensions

Smart white kitchen extension | Kitchen extension | PHOTO GALLERY | Beautiful Kitchens |

from House to Home

Optimise your space with these small bathroom ideas

hidden storage love for tub, shampoo, conditioner, etc.

from The Design Sheppard

Tiling Trends 2016

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.