We are excited about an upcoming bathroom renovation that is about to commence. Our customer wanted a light, simple but classy bathroom. We have specified the following tiles.
Nord Cement on the floor and shower walls.
Marlow White Gloss Subway on the vanity wall with a backlit round mirror.
Nord Cement Hex on the bath wall.
Black tapware and oak vanity.
Stay tuned for photos of the finished project!
One of our most recent projects that has been completed was project Trafalgar- A new town house with industrial flair.
Tiles featured in the build were: Large format tile Form Cement on the floor and walls of the bathroom and on the floor of the Kitchen, Living and Entry.
Honey Comb Hex in the shower against black shower fittings.
Let's talk trim. Traditionally every edge of tiles is covered or hidden by silicone, window frames or trim. Our customer chose to have the edges of her tiles exposed on her splash back instead of squaring off the tiles and finishing with trim. This really accentuates the shape of the tiles and creates some interest in the kitchen. Would you consider leaving the trim out?