Has the change in weather inspired you to renovate your abode? If so, then we have some ideas that will warm up your home, ready for the Autumn and Winter months.
To really bring that Autumnal feel into your bathroom, why not try these striking orange tiles. They look great on the floor, but equally as amazing as a feature wall. The tiles bring new warmth into any room and would definitely be a talking point with guests.
Teaming these beautiful tiles with earthy brown and deep red accessories will really make your bathroom feel like a hot Summer's day.
Instead of carpet, laminate or real wood floor, why not opt for wood-effect tiles to help bring the outside, in.
Laying these tiles in your living room gives a contemporary and natural finish without being too overpowering and doesn't have the same maintenance that real wood does.
The room will scream Autumn when teamed with a plush sofa and a rug filled with warm tones.
Add some spice to your kitchen with this hotter-than-hot mosaic tile. This stunning option works great as a splashback and when paired with white units it really makes an impact.
For those who are not quite so daring, try it with a neutral mosaic and feature it sporadically for that pop of colour.
Dark flooring in the bedroom creates a warm and peaceful environment that could comfortably send anyone to sleep.
Not only does it look luxurious it also doesn't show dust and dirt as easily as light flooring does.
Try these ultra-contemporary large format tiles for an industrial look.
Whatever you're seeking this Autumn, Real Stone and Tile are guaranteed to have something for you. Our experts are always on hand in our Cheadle showroom to help you create your dream home.
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