There's nothing better than starting the year afresh and doing a little bit of revamping, this isn't limited to a simple lick of paint as you can easily retile a room too!
If you're looking for that classic tile that fits any style of home, will stand the test of time and has a little bit of interest (aka not plain white) then look no further than our Attingham range.
This core range is available in three stunning colours, Mist- a beautiful soft grey, Seagrass- a subtle teal and Powder Blue- a spring pastel that looks good all year round. Each tile features a tonal variation so no two tiles are the same; this gives the tiled space movement and depth and draws the eye in without being an overpowering statement.
So how to style these in your own home? We've compiled five looks that we think show off the range at its best.
The wonderful @carasuthers has created a dramatic downstairs bathroom that still has a classic and timeless element. The Farrow and Ball Hague Blue painted wall is softened by the tones of grey found in the Attingham Mist tile whilst lots of natural light keeps the room looking fresh. For a practical finish, pair it with honed slate on the floor, the black tones will really highlight the beautiful greys of the Attingham tile.
A Raw Finish
@hillside_ave_ has taken an industrial style approach to her bathroom, providing plenty of texture with a raw brick wall, natural greenery and patterned towels. Combining all these elements together is the Attingham Seagrass tile with its delicate green tones. Recreate a rough brick wall with our Hartley tile and add a little pattern on the floor with our Shapes Hexagon Matt White mosaic.
@laura_epitome_styling look is all about natural materials, the wood chevron panelling above the mirrors, marble sinks and gorgeous metal accessories like the rustic wall lights. She's chosen the Attingham Powder Blue geometric decor tiles to being to life a simple bathroom splashback. The subtle pattern adds a different element to the room whilst keeping it simple and chic.
Pink Is The New Grey
Pale pink tones are seen as the new neutral and @sams_new_pad lively but muted bathroom scheme really works. The soft pink and greys gel together whilst the hexagon floor mosaic adds a little structure to the room and balances out the thicker white grout used around the Attingham Mist tiles. Touches of black ground this scheme and give it depth; we love the geometric bath mat!
The Characterful W.C
We champion the downstairs loo being a place to express your inner interior design guru and @what_sophie_sees has done just this. The bold half tiled wall looks amazing paired with this structural yet natural tree wallpaper by Cole & Son, the shaded design keeps the colour palette neutral whilst still making a statement. We'd paint that heritage style radiator in Railings by Farrow and Ball to draw the eye around the room and add in some matt black fixtures to give it a modern edge.