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Chris Churchill wrote:21 December 2014
  • Zahra Jessa
    3 years ago
    I would be so grateful if you could share where you purchased these marble effect tiles. Please
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    Black and Milk | Interior Design | London
    3 years ago
    The porcelain tiles with marble effect for the splash back came from the london tiles and mosaic company.
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Hushan Mohammad added this to Hushan's ideas29 March 2020

Porcelain and Ceramic Tiles Tiled backsplashes are a popular choice, as they offer versatility, practicality and style. Thanks to advances in printing technology, ceramic and porcelain tiles can be produced to resemble natural wood and stone, but with none of the associated performance challenges. The tiles are resistant to scratches, heat and water, and should be reasonably cheap and easy to install. And while they are durable, should a tile become chipped or damaged, you simply need to remove it and lay another. Pros: While tiles are easier to clean than most other materials, and therefore lend themselves perfectly to a backsplash, this is not the only reason they are ideal for the job. “With such a range of shapes, sizes, colors and patterns now available, tiles give you the freedom to put your own creative stamp on your room without compromising on practicality,” says Robin Auld of Topps Tiles. Cons: The sheer volume of styles and finishes can be overwhelming. “Consider exactly how the space will be used to ensure your choice works with your lifestyle,” Auld says. “While pristine white tiles and matching grout may look perfect in a modern, low-use kitchen, they are not the most practical choice for a busy family space.” Darker-colored grouts are definitely worth investigating.

hamptonhome added this to Flats21 March 2020

Big up a small space By paying attention to details, you can ensure a small, unassuming space isn’t overlooked. For example, Sacha Berger of Honey Bee Interiors had big ideas for her client’s wee kitchen: the units aren’t high end, but the finishes are. Sacha added brass handles to the units and complemented these with matching sockets and switches. She also painted the cabinets in two shades, which adds another stylish element to the room.

janetblakedesigns added this to B. Kitch remodel4 March 2020

White counter with a touch of gray. Same back splash

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