Stuck for inspiration when it comes to titivating your home and transforming your living space? Then turn to britishdesignertiles.com
for inspiration. Packed full of fresh, interesting ideas, this website will soon have you donning your overalls and reaching for your toolbox.
1) Cotton Black
Tiles as art
If your walls are looking a bit drab and in need of some TLC, consider creating your own art gallery with Ted Baker glass splashbacks
. The global fashion brand now offers a wide range of splashbacks for the home with its ArTile collection. Featuring vintage-inspired glass artwork, the range comes in two different sizes and can be hung on walls with ease. Or, if it’s your kitchen that needs a quick refresh, why not use behind your hob.
2) Splashback as art
It’s all about the base
When it comes to interior design, it’s all about the base. Seen as the fifth wall, floors now need to be as well dressed as the rest of the house. Whether your kitchen or hallway, turn your floor on its head with a show stopping patterned tile design. The new Laura Ashley collection
offers a wide range of ceramic floor tiles in its Heritage collection with Mr Jones and Wicker allowing you to indulge your passion for all shades of grey.
3) Mr Jones Charcoal
Caption: Laura Ashley The Heritage Collection Wicker
For no ordinary floor design, choose Ted Baker’s GeoTile
. Rug designs and feature floors are all the rage, so create a fashionable feature floor with Ted. Made from high quality porcelain these tiles work inside or outside and can be teamed with the VersaTile range
to create a contemporary rug feature on your kitchen floor.
5) Versatile Kitchen
Transforming unusual spaces
Got a period home and want to recreate some traditional features, why not rejuvenate an old, tired fireplace with tiles. The stunning V&A collection
, inspired by collections on display at the world renowned Victoria & Albert Museum, will help you get crafty with your design ideas. Tile around your fire
surround to create a focal point, making the fire the centre stage of your room.
For more information visit britishdesignertiles.com