Choosing Restoration Tiles for your Home

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.
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Using Wood-Effect Tiles Outside

​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.
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Leigh Price, Co-Director of Real Stone and Tile provides his expert opinion on wood-effect tiles for outside living areas

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Downsizing to Chelford

After making the decision to downsize, Pam and John McGuire enlisted the help of Real Stone and Tile to transform the tired-looking bathrooms in their new home in Chelford, Cheshire.The couple wanted...

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A 5-bedroom family home in Knutsford

Real Stone & Tile supplied the tiles for a stunning five-bedroom family home renovation in Knutsford.Tom and Carrie Hardman moved to their stunning five bed family home in the autumn of 2019. They...