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
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.
Moroccan is colourful and full of pattern where as French style is simple and elegant. The combination of the two is magical!
This week’s showroom table is inspired by a section in this issue of Bathroom Yearbook, “French Style, Moroccan Flavour”. I used simple white and cream tiles complimented by the powerful Moroccan styled tiles to achieve this week’s look. Read More
This week’s table concept is Luxurious Black. Black is such an elegant and classic colour. Like white, black is timeless if done right. If you’re looking for a cool elegant look, go with black! Read More
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! Be inspired. Read More
Today’s Concept Consult is a kitchen, dining, and bathroom renovation project. The client is looking to update her kitchen with all new cabinetry, flooring, and layout. The floor plan for this project is still a work in progress. This consult was called to make decisions on tiles before selecting bench tops and cabinet finishes. Read More
Thinking of what excites me…pops of colour! I thought, what colour is so versatile and tranquil? Blue!
Blue can be used in so many different ways in your interior which makes me love the colour! Also, probably because my professor hated blue and we were always pushed away from it. But today, I will embrace it! Read More
Today’s project is a new home to be built in Geelong West. Warm tones and natural finishes will feature in this home. Read More
Large format tiles create seamless surfaces minimising grout lines.
With fewer grout lines gives the sense of open and larger spaces. There are so many options other than 600 x 600 or 300 x 600, give your space the look of luxury with large format tiles and be inspired by these concepts. Read More
Giving your kitchen a new lease on life can be as simple as updating your splashback.
As discussed in a previous blog “Tiled Splashbacks are Back!” we know people are deterring from glass panels and embracing beautiful tiles and patterns for their kitchen splashbacks. With the expansive range of tile products and designs available, there is a tile to suit every style and requirement. Be inspired by today’s Concept Consult client and Interior Designer, Tracy Caporusso. Read More
Pairing back the colour of design & architectural materials is not necessarily a bad thing. By simplifying your wall and surface palette, you can create a versatile canvas that you can edit with finer details, towels and accessories in the bathroom; furnishings and home wares in the kitchen. White speaks of simplicity, harmony and refined elegance. Read More
Today’s client is a builder, building his new home. He is starting with the guest house which is due to be completed within the next two months. His Concept Consult objective is selecting tiles for the bathroom and kitchen splashback. Read More
Subway tiles, traditionally white, but today there are an array of colours, textures and finishes for all interior styles.
Named after the ceramic tiles used on the walls of New York subway stations in the early twentieth century, subway tiles continue to be popular in homes and commercial spaces around the world. Creative applications and placement of subway tiles can create a unique look to your space, all it takes is a bit of inspiration to get you on your way. Read More