Finished Customer Projects
2019 is getting off to a great start with a busy January as our Winter Sale comes to a close, and lots of exciting plans for the year ahead! With all of this in mind, I’ve had the joy of photographing a number of customers homes over the past few weeks, as we gather together a collection of finished project photos in time for our 2019 brochure. In this weeks blog post, I’m sharing a selection of photos to show all I’ve been up to and provide you with some inspiration.
The first photo-shoot of 2019 featured our Tiverton White Pearl stone effect porcelain in this open kitchen and ground floor area. There is such a detail to the interiors and use of pattern in this space, with a stunning roof lantern sitting over the family dining table. Our 900×600 White Pearl tiles are a beautifully neutral choice to complement the colour scheme, adding a subtle warmth.
Next up, a traditional Georgian house with our Smoked Silver honed limestone tiles in the kitchen and Italian Carrara honed marble tiles in an en suite. Once again, I love the customers use of colour, combined with a classic shaker kitchen and the silver, smokey tones of our Smoked Silver limestone tiles.
Following on from this is our Light Jerusalem tumbled limestone tiles in a newly renovated kitchen. This space has a lovely, fresh and slightly more contemporary feel with the light cream tones of our Light Jerusalem limestone complementing the cream and wood cabinetry.
A character cottage with exposed original beams is the next project I had the joy of photographing – and probably my favourite because of its beautiful country charm! Here is our Crema Castello tumbled limestone tiles, an exclusive Croatian limestone to us. Our Crema Castello features creamy tones with beige mottling and veining and is the perfect choice for those wanting to create a light and airy feel to their home.
The final project photos I’m sharing are our Falmouth Sandy Oak wood effect porcelain. At just £22m2, this neutral warm-toned plank replicates the look of wood beautifully. The combination of a navy blue kitchen and the sandy tones of this wood plank work so well together. I particularly love the herringbone format in the living area, through to the standard laying format in the kitchen, creating a subtle division between the two areas.
I hope this blog post has sparked some inspiration for your projects and gives a glimpse of our beautiful range of natural stone and porcelain tiles!