Large format tiles and small mosaic tiles are such a great combination. You can use the two in many different ways in a space. Whether you use more large tiles and just a feature of mosaics or mosaics on the entire floor and large format tiles on the walls, anything goes! Check out this gallery for large format and mosaic combination inspiration! Read More
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Fantastic ideas for using penny round (and penny hex) tiles in your home! Forget the little feature strip – cover the whole surface for a luxurious feel. Read More
With inquiries coming in more frequently for timber look tiles – specifically ‘high-quality’ products, we thought it might be time to take a look at some of the beautiful spaces that can be created with timber-look tiles. Read More
Real fireplaces, gas log fireplaces – as long as there is flame and warmth that’s what it’s all about. As Autumn sinks in around us maybe it’s time for a little inspiration to lift the appearance of the humble Fireplace and the decorative Tiled Hearth. Read More
Herringbone is back (some would argue that it never left) and it is back with a vengeance. Presenting itself in multiple sizes, colours, formats and patterns, herringbone is perfect for taking simple tiles and making something special out of them, be it chevron colours or luxury natural stone. Read More
In honor of the fantastic invention that is the humble shower niche (or shower shelf) – here is a 30+ image gallery for your inspiration. Keeping the shower tidy and clearing the clutter for many years, keep it simple and clean with these ideas. Read More
It seems the question on every customers mind is how can we make our bathroom ‘seem bigger’ than it actually is. Of course nobody really wants to start their day off feeling like they are showering in a small, dark cave. If you are in the process of putting together a renovation plan right now then be sure to sneak in a few of these design ideas and give your space… some space. Read More
While it’s no surprise that there are some “interesting” trades’ people out there in the big wide world, here at TILE junket we specialise in all things tiles. Over the years we have met a lot – a whole lot – of one very specific type of tradie: the tiler. Read More
The bottleneck in Geelong City Council’s Planning Permits & Building Permits departments are a literal throttle on the local community’s entire domestic building industry. You probably know someone right now who has a permit waiting to be approved – or maybe it’s you. What can be done about it? Read More
So you’ve decided to think about renovating – good for you. Maybe you and your partner in crime have been throwing ideas around for the past 6 months – or maybe even longer – about where the shower should go… do we move a wall…? Do we have a walk in shower…? Maybe you need a skylight and save on lighting..? How about a nice big mirror as a feature… Yes, this feels good and you are getting excited. Read More
Inexperienced ‘sales people’ advising trusting customers = confusion.
“Why would I choose natural stone?” she asked me while slowly walking around the showroom. She looked over to her husband for support and continued “I really like the look and feel of natural products but the salesman at another tile shop told us that natural stone is really risky… and too hard to maintain…” Unbelievable. Who is hiring these people?
TOP 10 – as ranked by you – in case you missed them…
The end of January is already here and the building industry is slowly finally waking up from its NYE hangover. As the the sounds of business return to our neighbourhoods lets take a quick look and see what made the most viewed list of 2014 here at TILE junket.