ss the world are busy sketching out plans and designing spaces that will make their mark in 2022. We’ve put together five of the top trends we’re anticipating for 2022, in our effort to inspire you to start planning your remodelling project now. Let’s take a look at what’s next in home design…
ransitioning from tile to carpet can be a challenging task and is usually one of the last steps in flooring projects. How you style your flooring transitions can be the difference between your room décor coming together and not.
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If your tiles are still in good condition but you are looking for a refresh, you don’t need to start from scratch.
The shelf life on tile adhesives is usually around 6-12 months, depending on the type of adhesive you are using (ready-mixed or powder). It is of course always best to go by the manufacturers’ recommendations as if anything goes wrong, you won’t be covered by any form of guarantee. However, as with anything, if the use-by date is 30 June, it will not suddenly be unusable at 1am […]
Porous materials, such as wood and plaster, take well to paint because their porous nature helps grab the paint and help it stick. But tiles have several factors working against them when it comes to painting. Tiles used for interior applications, such as showers and bathtubs, are usually denser than other tiles. It is best to avoid painting areas that are frequently exposed to water altogether […]
Grout looks so good when it’s new and freshly applied. It enhances the look of your chosen tiles. However, over time, it can lose its crisp and clean colour and may even look dirty, regardless how well floor or walls are cleaned. Many people think that the only solution is to re-grout the desired area […]
This surely is an interesting one as the same question could be asked for floors and walls. The simple answer is yes, you can. Though this answer is always followed by a BUT, as the surface needs to be well prepared in order to avoid tear-out (demolition) and unnecessary cost. If you feel that your […]
This is a common question and ultimately this depends on the size of the tile. A 150 x 150mm will give you approximately 44 tiles to a square metre, but a 600 x 600mm tile will give you 2.8 tiles per square metre. We have created a table giving you the most popular tile sizes […]
Many tiles are inspired by natural materials like stone, marble and limestone and just like nature, sometimes the beauty of décor is in the differences rather than uniformity. With this in mind, some tiles come with a shade variance, so when laid together, they create a rich patina and add interest to your space. Each […]