In the Victorian era, high-quality encaustic tiles were reserved for the wealthy upper class, but were in high demand from the middle class, who wanted to mimic aristocratic style. Despite being over 100 years old, some of the tiles are still around today, however not without cracks and need of repair. The tiles can be restored to recreate a luxury feel throughout your home, although this can be a pricey and labour intensive.
As we finally wave goodbye to the winter months and our head turns to the thought of warm summer nights, (hopefully!) we look at how you can transform your outdoor area with the use of wood-effect tiles.
With summer coming to an end and winter just around the corner, we need to accept the fact that long sunny days are soon to be replaced by dark evenings of winter months. But this does not necessarily...
At Real Stone & Tile, we love these tiles and many of our customers enjoy designing their homes with them as they are very versatile. We know that they will be around for years to come, so why not incorporate them into your next project! In this blog, we have shared some tips and inspiration on making subway tiles shine in your home.
Wet rooms are becoming more and more desirable for all different types of homes, and they're a great way to add value to your property.