2LG Studio present their top interior trends for 2020

Monday 28 October 2019, Written by Melissa Gunstone

Each year, Original Style works closely with leading designers and interior experts to apprehend what colours, styles and schemes will embrace the interior scene in the upcoming year. As one of the UK’s leading tile manufacturers and suppliers, staying ahead of the curve is imperative and we’re pleased to announce that this year we’ve teamed up with London-based interior design duo, 2LG Studio, to bring you THE top tile trend predictions for 2020…

Tile of the Year 2020 – Behind the scenes!

Friday 11 October 2019, Written by Melissa Gunstone

Inspiring, fun and fabulous! We knew teaming up with 2LG was going to be an extraordinary experience and we certainly weren’t disappointed...

Incorporating large format tiles into your home with our new Tileworks collection

Monday 30 September 2019, Written by Laura Tompkins

Large format contemporary tiles are still a popular choice for homeowners and there’s no sign of the trend slowing down any time soon! So, to keep our collection of large format, contemporary tiles up to date, we’ve refreshed it to include some truly beautiful new options, from gorgeous golden wood effect tones, to bang-on-trend terrazzo styles, there’s plenty to be inspired by.

Tile of the Year 2020 revealed!

Tuesday 10 September 2019, Written by Sylwia J

It’s here, it’s pink, it’s small format and it’s square: Deco Tayberry is Original Style’s Tile of the Year 2020.

Patterned Tiles: Stylish Designs for Walls

Friday 23 August 2019, Written by Sara Young

As well as colour and shape, texture and pattern are also key elements in interior design. So why not introduce some pattern into your tiling scheme to add interest and colour - whether you want to add a touch of flair to your country kitchen, or a statement to your contemporary bathroom, using patterned tiles can transform any area of the home.

5 Kitchen style ideas using tiles

Friday 9 August 2019, Written by Laura Tompkins

The kitchen is the heart of the home and often a difficult project to design whilst prioritising practicality. A great deal of thought goes into the look and feel of cabinetry, lighting, paint colours, furniture, fixtures and fittings, but does as much consideration go into selecting tiles? Many homeowners opt for paint on the walls to avoid having to install tiles, but this can be a false economy. Both wall and floor tiles provide a clean and hygienic surface that won’t be damaged by cooking splashes or constant wiping and can really enhance the finished look of the space.

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