Bathroom Beauty

Bathroom Beauty

It's another one from our home again this week - as you can imagine, nearly every room in our house features tiles in some way or another! So this week's blog post features our first (and possibly favourite) bathroom.

The floor is tiled in one of our absolute favourites at the minute, Retro Nature (840mmx218mm), a wood plank porcelain tile with random variation between individual tiles which adds an element of irregularity when compared with the more traditional wood plank tiles. We chose to have the floor tile laid randomly - like brick-bond but each row is offset to a different extent than the others, causing it to reflect a real wood floor more accurately. This tile is also available in two other colours.

Three of the walls are tiled in a mixture of all six colours of the Rewind (280mmx70mm) range. The colours are called Argilla, Tobacco, Corda, Peltro, Polvere and Vanilla - to see which colour is which, we can show you in store! These are laid in a vertical herringbone pattern to accentuate the variation between the shades of the tile. 

The remaining walls are tiled in FC136 (300mmx600mm). This is quite a plain tile, often likened to concrete, but its neutral tone nicely ties in all of the other colours present in the room. The fact that it is laid square-set, the most simple tiling layout, also adds contrast to the busier sections of the room.

All of the fixtures and fittings pictured are also available to order from Stickwithus Ltd!

Of course this room was tiled by our very own tiler, Simon!

If any of the tiles in our pictures catch your eye, in this blog post or any future ones, please don't hesitate to come and see us in store to meet our friendly staff and browse our tile selection.

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  • Lisa Grieves
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