Posts - Makeover
A contemporary kitchen makeover with Winchester Classic field tilesFriday 25 August 2017, Written by Laura Tompkins
Contemporary might not be the first style that comes to mind when installing Classic tiles from the Winchester Tile Company, but these home makeover images go to show just how versatile tiles can be…
Welcome Home – A Victorian Floor Tile Hallway MakeoverFriday 16 June 2017, Written by Laura Tompkins
When it comes to transforming small spaces, the hallway can be hard to design, especially in an older style Victorian house, where floors and walls are uneven. But this doesn’t mean you need to compromise on style…
Top Tile Trends – Our Summer 2017 Half Year RoundupFriday 2 June 2017, Written by Laura Tompkins
At the end of 2016 we gave you our Top 4 Tile Trends for 2017. We thought this week we’d take a look over the last 6 months to see how our predictions are shaping up and find out what’s popular with customers...
New Year, New Kitchen – is it time for your kitchen makeover?Friday 13 January 2017, Written by Laura Tompkins
Inspired by the chocolate shops in Bruges was how Sarah Newton, the owner of this elegant four bedroom home in Rochester, described the look she was trying to create in her kitchen and dining area.
A touch of England in New EnglandWednesday 26 October 2016, Written by Sylwia J
The story of a Winchester splashback in the heart of the Old Bay State
An Artworks bathroom makeoverFriday 7 October 2016, Written by Laura Tompkins
‘You know what suits your house and when it works it works’. David Tulett and his partner Jennifer Bradley from London wanted to create a country house inside and out when they bought their Edwardian home in Wales back in June 2015. The house was originally built in 1485 and rebuilt in 1912 so its period features play an inherent part in their homes character.
Artworks and Mosaics – A beautiful bathroom makeoverThursday 28 April 2016, Written by Laura Tompkins
Sarah moved into this elegant Georgian four bed home in Rochester last year and straight away got to work on both the upstairs and downstairs bathrooms. It has lots of original features and after visiting her local Original Style independent retailer Decoramic, Sarah decided on classic Artworks white bevelled wall tiles with an Octagon Dot Mosaic floor tile for the upstairs bathroom and a white Winchester brick for the downstairs bathroom.
Victorian floor tiles – a Swoon Worthy garden makeoverFriday 28 August 2015, Written by Sarah Cole
Today we’re delighted to share with you a very special project that we’ve been working on. You may remember that we launched some additions to our Victorian Floor Tile collection, along with a gorgeous new brochure, at the beginning of the year.