Step Inside Three Homes with Quorn Stone Tiles
We love to see how our customers individual interiors styles have incorporated Quorn Stone tiles into their home. Luckily, with the help of social media,we have access to a myriad of interior enthusiasts, who love to share their home renovation journey with their followers. Whether you are embarking on you next renovation journey, or simply an interior enthusiast, these inspiring home accounts will be sure to spark ideas for your own home!
Nicky (@Joy_interiors), is an interior design expert, who’s love for interiors lead to her creating an extensive portfolio of unique home designs. Nicky has also designed her own home, which she proudly shares on her @joy_interiors account. Nicky incorporates the Abbey Time Worn Sandstone tiles into her space, accompanied with a shaker style kitchen by Tim Wilson Bespoke Kitchens, painted in Farrow and Ball ‘Shaded White.’ With a focus on an elegant kitchen design, the Abbey Sandstone was a perfect choice for elevating the space with tiles which display soft putty tones of off white, beige, and ivory.
In any home renovation, the bathroom is known to be one of the rooms that are harder to get right. Jade (@wildinthewolds), shares on her Instagram the art of styling and home interiors, where she has recently renovated her bathroom from a north-facing bedroom into a bright and inviting bathroom space. Jade wanted to keep the walls warm and neutral and use colour drenching, which is something she has incorporated throughout her home renovation. Jade chose ‘China Clay Dark’ by Little Greene, a soft neutral, with a hint of pink for her walls and skirting. Jade uses a playful monochrome contrast for her floor with the Alba Patterned Ceramic Tiles. The Alba Ceramic tiles display a unique pattern in black and white shades, which offers a modern twist on a classic patterned tile.
Photo Credit: @Wildinthewolds
Photo Credit: @Wildinthewolds
The opportunity to give a home a new lease of life is an interior enthusiast’s dream, especially when the renovated space was previously an old rustic barn. Owner Mia (@Lifeatburfbarn) had a vision for her kitchen space and enlisted the help of an experienced architect to bring her ideas to life. The architect designed the kitchen extension with a glass gable end, which she explains “is amazing when the doors are open and can hear the birds singing!” Mia explains that her interior goal was to mix the ‘Mediterranean style’ with a hint of ‘Old farmhouse’ and used Dijon Tumbled Limestone with its soft beige, and light grey hues for her flooring. It was important to get the flooring right, as Mia tells us it is one of the first things guests notice when they enter her kitchen, and she loves how the tiles flow through her home. Dijon Tumbled Limestone remains an ever-popular choice for busy homes, with its mineral fossils and calcite veining that make it an excellent choice for those preferring a slightly rustic feel. Dijon Tumbled Limestone is a classic yet forgiving natural stone which is sure to stand the test of time.