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3. The Moliere Grey Décor and Plain tiles from Tile Mountain are ideal for mixing and matching, allowing you to be as adventurous as you want with the patterned tiles and allowing you to create your own unique design. The tiles are made from porcelain with a matt finish. www.tilemountain.co.uk


4. Shimu’s Shetland Wool Rug in cream is made with 100 per cent pure wool threads of Shetland. The thick rug benefits from a neutral colour and will instantly add warmth to any room. The rug is available in four sizes as standard although bespoke sizes can be made to order. www.shimu.co.uk


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5. Sisal & Seagrass’ Coir Boucle carpet is created by hand spinning the raw fibres derived from the outer husk of a coconut. This technique creates a rustic-looking, homely design and a resilient carpet that can stand up to wear and tear, making it ideal for high-traffic areas. www.sisalandseagrass.co.uk


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For new installations or renovations – speak to your local Bona Certifi ed Contractor!


At Bona we are passionate about wood fl oors. Our range of oils and lacquers have been used worldwide for nearly a century to protect and fi nish beautiful wood surfaces.


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