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Top 5 Real Customer Kitchens

Kitchens are not only a place to create a wholesome family meal but also a place to socialise and gather. Along with dodgy baking attempts and a place to feed the pets, they need to accommodate school homework and business calls. We live in a time where we need our kitchens to do more and adapt at a moment’s notice. Creating a space that is multifunctional can be a challenge, but don’t fret, we have some beautiful examples of real customer kitchens to help you feel inspired!

We’ve ranked our favourites below, but for more photos check out our Customer Gallery. We’re always adding new stunning real life images from our happy customers, with links to the products used so you can recreate the look in your home.

No.5

Monochrome and marble

@from_one_new_build_to_the_next

At no.5 we have a beautiful monochrome kitchen scheme that would suit any home. You can’t go far wrong with a black, white (and grey) kitchen and the use of marble effect tiles adds an opulent finish for a look that’s both sophisticated and timeless.

Paring everything back allows the darker shades to have an impact in the room. By placing the seating, mirror and appliances centre stage, the space feels open and airy, creating a great environment to socialise with family and friends.

Tip! When choosing a monochrome scheme introduce pattern and texture so the room doesn’t look flat. Marble tiles are a great way to add dimension.

No.4

Soft pastel blue kitchen with crackle effect tiles

@decordelights

If you hesitate with colour in your home, try soft pastel shades. This pastel blue kitchen with white worktops is homely and light. These crackle wall tiles work well with the veining of the Calacatta white marble floor tiles. The use of texture and pattern in tiled areas adds dimension and interest, whilst the subtle brass finishes; on the sockets and tap, add luxury and warmth.

Tip! If you’re adding a plain white worktop consider a splashback with pattern, texture or natural patina – such as stone effect or marble effect tiles. Consider an alternative layout too, like herringbone used here.

No.3

Black and white patterned kitchen floor

@C_jones1979

A striking option for a monochrome scheme, yet this still feels homely and inviting. Instead of black being used on more decorative items; this customer has chosen black units, white worktops and a bold floor. This black and white floor was created with our Cuban White Star tiles, making a beautifully timeless yet equally on-trend feature.

And who doesn’t love a cute dog in the background!

Tip! Black and white floor tiles can be a great way to add classic features to a room. However, there are also geometric designs suitable for more edgy or contemporary looks. Check out our Cuban black block tile for an eye-catching 3D option.

No.2

White textured herringbone and navy kitchen

@mirrormyhome

Light, bright and practical. Who doesn’t love a space that’s simply easy on the eye! This classic colour combination of white and navy is breezy and light. The Poitiers white tiles on the wall complement the clean lines of the marble worktop. Their subtle texture adds a cosy handmade quality – great for shaker style kitchens. It’s a classic look that ages well – an easy 2nd place.

Tip! Look for tiles that have natural imperfections when considering a more traditional kitchen. If you wish to inject a bit of modernism, consider an alternative tile layout.

No.1

Cosy glam kitchen with pink tiles

@ten_sea_view

Our No.1 kitchen has to be this pink, black and white scheme. You can really make a statement with coloured tiles, so why not make it pink! Accented with gold and wood, certainly makes for an enviable entertaining space.

Our Poitiers Rose Pink Gloss tiles are laid in a vertical linear brick layout complemented with grey grout. It’s not a large area but it has a huge impact and matches seamlessly with a pink island; a stylish feature that draws the eye to the central cooking area and it's functional too. Pink and grey is a modern, colourful and practical choice for a backsplash that will stay looking fresh for years to come.

Tip! Tip! When tiling a backsplash be sure to plan out the design to avoid awkward cuts. You may find a solution that allows for a unique feature. Here, our customer has cleverly edged the linear layout with horizontal tiles that perfectly frame the outside edge.

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