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EDITOR’S PICK OUTTA SPACE Outta space?


Many homeowners looking to revamp their living spaces struggle with the issue of having limited room to achieve their desired look.


Here, we have asked our experts how best to create an eye-catching, welcoming new look for the floor of a small space.





VitrA miniworx tiles


Mix and Match


Using alternate colour tiles on the floors and walls creates interest and gives the interior a contemporary look.


Margaret Talbot, Marketing Manager at VitrA bathrooms and tiles - “Contrasting tiles adds to a feeling of space. The trend for ceramic ware in the bathroom also makes tiling simpler and is easy to clean.”


www.vitra.co.uk


Real Stone and Tile Flariker Supreme Wide Tile in Sand


Larger Than Life The Dark Side


Contrary to popular belief, darker flooring can actually make a room appear open and welcoming when paired with the right surrounding tones.


Lakelovers - “Don’t be scared of darker woods! You’d probably be surprised to hear that dark wood flooring can in fact make a room look larger. Dark flooring offers a more welcoming feel to a space and, when paired with the right shade on the walls, think cool tones, the space will open up nicely.”


www.lakelovers.co.uk 08 | Tomorrow’s Retail Floors


If your customer is keen on using tiles, suggest large-format tiles as a great way of creating the illusion of a wider area.


Leigh Price, Co-director of Real Stone and Tile - “Large-format tiles are practical and versatile. Whether you’re looking to create a focal point in your bathroom by installing just one of these tiles, or incorporating them throughout your home to create a sense of space, these tiles are a fantastic choice.


“Large-format tiles continue to be in demand amongst homeowners and house builders this year, due to the tiles’ streamlined, minimalist look which helps even the smallest of rooms look spacious, stylish and clean.”


www.realstoneandtile.co.uk www.tomorrowsretailfloors.com


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