A lighter look

Give your home a sea­sonal lift this win­ter with stylish floor and wall tiles in pale, so­phis­ti­cated tones

Country Living (UK) - - Cl Promotion -

d arker days don’t have to mean darker in­te­ri­ors – in fact, the win­ter months can be the ideal time of year to in­tro­duce paler colours to your scheme for a stylish and con­tem­po­rary up­date. Well-cho­sen floor or wall tiles of­fer an easy and af­ford­able way to give your home a won­der­ful new look and can have a truly trans­for­ma­tive ef­fect.

Topps Tiles is the UK’S lead­ing tile spe­cial­ist, of­fer­ing a win­ning com­bi­na­tion of great ser­vice and fan­tas­tic value. What­ever the size of your home-im­prove­ment project, you can be guar­an­teed a warm wel­come and ex­pert ad­vice when you visit one of the 350 stores na­tion­wide. Ex­pe­ri­enced and knowl­edge­able staff are on hand to help you cre­ate just the look you want, whether for a small bath­room splash­back or floor­ing in a large liv­ing area.

Be in­spired by the ar­ray of sleek and stylish col­lec­tions, from rus­tic nat­u­ral slate and gran­ite to el­e­gant mar­ble and mo­saics, avail­able in a wide se­lec­tion of colours and sizes. Choose from high-qual­ity ranges such as Sta­dia XL (op­po­site), a large porce­lain tile with a lux­u­ri­ous, high-gloss fin­ish that repli­cates the op­u­lence of mar­ble on a grand scale; Serac, a white and grey mar­ble with dark grey vein­ing; Bathala, a tra­di­tional warm lime­stone that suits coun­try kitchens per­fectly; At­ting­ham (above left), which has a sub­tle sur­face ef­fect and shade vari­a­tion that al­lows it to blend beau­ti­fully with dif­fer­ent tones; hexag­o­nal Bistro, in so­phis­ti­cated black, white and grey; and Macrame, which fea­tures printed pat­terns on a con­crete-ef­fect base.

Many are de­signed to com­ple­ment each other, so you can mix and match, adding in­ter­est and tex­ture to each room while giv­ing your whole space an ex­cit­ing new feel with Topps Tiles this sea­son.

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