In any home flooring is critical in setting the tone and mood of a room – it forms the base in which everything else is laid out. “Flooring can create drama from the moment you enter a space or form a subtle background to a luxurious living room,” says Liza Watermeyer, Retail Display Coordinator at Tile Africa
Flooring is an integral part of your decor and affects the overall look and feel of your interiors. Many factors will influence your choice but more and more home owners are looking more into green alternatives. To cater for this growing need, manufacturers are keeping up by developing greener alternatives
One of the most enjoyable aspects of having a little one is kitting out his/her nursery with the essential – and not so essential – items you’ll need to look after them. This special space will, in fact, quickly become the heart of the home, so it is important that it meets yours’ and baby’s needs
Apartment living in Bantry Bay has to be one of the most sought after residential commodities in the city. The north-facing orientation with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, and suburban neighbours the likes of Clifton and Camps Bay, make for a spectacular setting and brilliant lifestyle.
Floors need to set the mood and tone of a room while at the same offer durability and easy maintenance. With hundreds of flooring options to choose from it can be overwhelming for home owners to select the right flooring for their new home.
According to Justin Barnard from Boutique Tiles, flooring is a key design element that influences a room’s overall character and can either make or break a room. To this end, people must be both painstaking and prudent when selecting their flooring solutions.
Your flooring choice plays a vital role in the decor and functionality of your bathroom. It is for this reason that choosing your ideal flooring should not be taken lightly. At the moment the trends reflect porcelain and ceramic tiles in natural and glamorous styles as these are still popular with home owners. Earthy, neutral colours and earth tone colours are also still popular with those who are renovating or creating a new bathroom space.