October is Design Month at Walls and Floors

This October, Walls and Floors are hosting Design Month. There will be plenty of engaging and inspiring events to get involved with throughout the month – starting with Grand Designs Live at the NEC. We have a great stand lined up, where you can win yourself a bathroom room set! Towards the end of the month, there’s DIY Week! It sits in the school half term, and is the perfect opportunity to complete your decorating projects; with plenty of handy tips from Walls and Floors to help you on your way! We have some fantastic offers on throughout October, to help you achieve the perfect look for less!

London Design Festival

On Friday 19th September, the Walls and Floors creative team headed to the capital to attend the London Design Festival. A series of design events and exhibitions set up all over London, it was a really good opportunity to draw some inspiration!

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Grand Designs Live

If you’ve never been to a GDL event, it’s well worth it! It’s packed out with colourful, innovative design ideas. There’s something for every stage of a project. If you’re building a home from scratch, you have all the architectural companies pitching their latest eco designs. If you’ve got a home, but you’re planning on a spot of renovation or remodelling, there’s plenty for you at the show, too – from eye-catching staircases, through to chic and stylish kitchen units. If you’re happy with your home just the way it is, there’s the Interiors section – selling wall art and designer chairs. Objects you can easily invite into your home, with no drastic work.

And then, of course, there’s us! For the people who want to re-invent the look of their home without undergoing any major renovations, and without spending much money. We’ll be at stand K130, with an arsenal of striking wall and floors tiles – ready to show you how a simple tile can complete transform the look of a room. With realistic wood effects, on a very modest budget, you can easily create the illusion of a reclaimed floor – which would have set you back thousands. You can bring your walls to life with layered, multi-levelled splitface slate. You can invite the zest of the Mediterranean into your living room with our vast collection of Moroccan patterns. You can bring the vintage charm of the Parisian Metropolitan into your bathroom or kitchen by introducing our selection of bevelled brick-shaped Metro Tiles. When dealing with tiles, the possibilities are endless!

Grand Designs Live runs from the 9th-12th October at the NEC in Birmingham. Visit us at stand K130.

We’ll also be giving away a complete bathroom room set to one lucky winner – complete with the wall tiles, floor tiles, bath, toilet, basin unit and vanity unit.

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DIY Week

From Saturday 25th – Friday 31st October, it’s a school half term! The kids are off, so you don’t have to worry about waking them up, fixing packed lunches, carting them off to school and back, and chasing up homework. It’s the perfect opportunity to crack on with those pesky decorating projects.

Richard Greenbank, the director here at Walls and Floors, said: ‘DIY Week provides a chance for people to finish those projects they’ve been putting off for months, or even years. It’s also a chance for them to pick up some new tiling skills, whilst having a bit of fun with our giveaways and competitions.’

 


 

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