The less exciting but just as important part of planning an interior is the detail of the work itself rather the look to be achieved, so here we have tips and advice when undertaking your refurbishment from painting to tiling.
Well maybe, but probably not.
It’s possible you have a fear of stronger colours, and lack the nerve to go for all-out bold statements throughout your home or project. Or, you have carefully assessed the look you want to achieve, studied the options, gone over the styles to choose from and taken definitive action to opt for white as the perfect design palette cleanser.
There are numerous ways to tile an internal wall. This may seem an obvious statement but it’s only when you put your mind to starting a refurbishment project that you realise there are options in terms of design, not to mention choices of actual tile shape.
It’s not every day you take on a bathroom or kitchen refurbishment project, in fact, many of us have never done it before. Picking out new tile for your kitchen, bathroom or other space can be rather exciting. It’s easy to get caught up in looking at tile samples and the various colours, materials and patterns that are going to have a big impact in your home. What often gets overlooked or downplayed is the selection of the grout.
Marble has been used for many thousands of years across walls and floors, in homes and public buildings all around the world. Its natural crystalline properties create a uniquely beautiful look and if installed and maintained well, will stay looking fantastic for many years.
Many of us are thinking of tackling tasks around the home that we have put off before. One of the most common of these is painting. Before you undertake what at first glance seems a simple operation, we thought we would give you a few handy hints on how to get started, and how to undertake the job. It is simple, there is just some steps to follow to make the whole process easier and more enjoyable.