If it’s time the wall spaces in your home had a refresh and you need a little inspiration, then you’ve certainly come to the right place! This blog is full of real-life customer projects where our wall tiles have been used to transform a mix of bathrooms, kitchens, living areas and dining rooms…
1) Rhys’ rustic chill-out zone
Rhys transformed his old annex into a stunning rustic chill-out zone, and used our Antique Wood Effect Tiles to clad the walls. His transformation featured in Real Homes.
Here’s what he said about the project: ‘We have always been interested in the American style of decoration, and the rustic style they have but were especially influenced and inspired by Route 66, and tried to mix this up with modern tiles and put a bit of a twist to it all. We then found the tiles on your site and fell in love as they were exactly what we were looking for, modern and rustic, and very high quality.’
2) Jack’s teal shower
An aquatic blend of green and blue, teal has been a colour trend for the last few years now. It’s fresh and interesting, and instantly revives an interior space. Jack used teal-toned Monceau Blue Crackle Tiles to refresh his shower room wall! He even used contrasting brass tones to create a perfect colour balance.
Top tip: Add some plants into your bathroom for a trendy natural look.
3) Kath’s reclaimed splashback
We love people who think outside the box! Most people use our Reclaimed Wood Effect Tiles on the floor. But Kath isn’t most people. When she saw this characterful porcelain range, she thought ‘those would look good as a kitchen splashback.’ And she was not wrong!
Kath used these tiles to create a varied and interesting splashback behind her work surfaces, sink and hob! They instantly inject character and personality, and they look fantastic – they make the kitchen look like it belongs in a picturesque rustic cabin.
4) Kelly’s hexagonal feature wall
Kelly’s bathroom was white, plain and basic, and was in desperate need of a refresh. Luckily for Kelly, she discovered our patterned Contour Hexagon Tiles. Contour Hexagon Tiles offer a captivating geometric design in white, grey and black hues. They’re made from porcelain so they’re very durable and long-lasting.
Kelly used them to create a stunning feature strip behind the bath tub. The hexagon has been a popular shape in the interior design world for some time, and it’s no going anywhere!
5) Christine’s split face focal point
Christine wanted to inject some personality into her dining room so that she, her family, and her guests, could dine in style! She decided to create a textured feature wall using Split Face Tiles.
Made from natural slate, split face tiles consist of strips of different heights, widths and depths – creating a staggered, multi-levelled surface. This adds instant texture and character to any wall space throughout the home. It acts as the main focal point in Christine’s dining room. She has even installed down-lighting above the feature wall to help accentuate the texture!
6) Jenny’s industrial bathroom
We probably don’t have to tell you that white brick shaped metro tiles are a timeless classic when it comes to bathroom decor (but we’ll tell you again anyway).
However, what’s interesting about Jenny’s newly-revived bathroom walls isn’t just the tiles, but the piping! Traditionally, pipes are boxed in behind plasterboard. Despite this, to embrace the industrial trend, Jenny has cleverly had her piping put on show. It’s unusual and on-trend and we love it!
7) Tracy’s patterned splashback
Tracy added character to her kitchen by introducing a stylish patterned splashback behind the cooker and worktop. A splashback is an easily wipeable surface that stands behind a sink or hob and catches any pan fat or moisture; protecting the wall behind.
But just because a splashback is functional, that doesn’t mean it can’t look stylish, and visually add something to the room. Tracy used our Meknes Tiles to brighten up her kitchen. They consist of a patchwork of patterned designs.
8) Nicola’s striking herringbone wall
We love this stunning bathroom display from Nicola, using brick shaped tiles in a popular herringbone pattern! She used three different colours from our charming range of Crackle Smooth Metro Tiles to create these eye-caching zigzagged stripes across her bathroom wall.
This fab design instantly creates an eye-catching focal point. This zigzagged feature wall has a charming Arabic Moroccan feel to it; which is right on trend!
9) Charlotte’s patchwork wall
Charlotte is the writer of a home / DIY blog called Lotts and Lots. It’s full of crafty makes and updates on all her latest decorating projects. She recently completed a bathroom makeover in her home, using our striking Fabric Patchwork Mosaic Tiles.
Here’s what she said about them: ‘I was looking for patchwork style tiles and these fitted the brief perfectly. I really liked the scale of pattern and the fact that each one looks different. Another factor was budget, these are certainly brilliant value and work in all size rooms.’
So there you have it – an exciting and stylish selection of customer projects where the walls have been transformed using tiles!