Now staying home has become the new normal why not show your home some extra love? You may notice that you’ve neglected spaces in the home that could be improved with a pop of colour or a striking pattern or you might just feel tired of your current décor and fancy something new.
Why not take five minutes, grab yourself a drink and take these precious moments to yourself to start thinking of potential new colour schemes now. Here at The Yorkshire Tile Company we’re giving you some helpful tips to get you started.
Add colour, patterns and texture with some new 2020 design trends. Any interior design fan or DIY enthusiast knows that tiles are a great way to breathe style and a new lease of life into your home. Various prints, colours, shapes and materials top the Spring/Summer 2020 watch list, so the question on your mind may be, what are they? And how can I style them into my home? We’ve broken down the top design trends for you to help you out.
We understand that the current situation is a tricky one! When you may be so used to having a super busy week, you may feel a little lost with the extra time on your hands. If you have done all your household chores, exercise and shopping errands, you may be twiddling your thumbs. Here at The Yorkshire Tile Company we’ve rounded up some of our favourite ways to make the most of our time at home so grab a cuppa, have a read through and hopefully you’ll feel more optimistic about your days at home.
Thinking about tiling your own walls but not sure where to start? We promise it’s not as daunting as it seems when you follow our simple step by step guide. Here at The Yorkshire Tile Company we’ve been talking tiles since 1974 so if there’s anyone who’s got expertise and knowledge to share it’s us. Whether this is your first tiling project or you’re a tiling expert we promise these tips are helpful for everyone and will have you perfecting your craft like a professional in no time.
The first couple of days of spring are some of the most invigorating days of the year. As we enter the first few weeks outside of winter, we begin to feel the warmer temperatures outside, see our gardens waking and we notice our living space more than ever, especially as the brighter mornings and lighter evenings shine through our windows.