Spectacular tiles

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Decorative tiles have adorned the façades of ancient Persian temples, Islamic mosques, palaces, medieval cottages and castles, Victorian churches, and modern homes.

Ceramic tiles can be used to fantastic effect creating a dramatic space within a modern interior. A space that is both spectacular and bold, eclectic, and tailored to the individual.

Floor tiles are generally made of ceramic or stone, however with recent technological advances rubber and glass tiles are now readily available from flooring specialists.

 

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News Flash

NewRMcDHouse

OMG Leah Bradley from James Dunlop and Sue Bushell from the WDL have just been to the grand opening of Ronald McDonald House in Newtown.
Frances Fraser of Honour Creative has done an amazing job as the Interior Designer. This was no “paint by number” installation. Frances has  a great eye for colour, design and proportion….Absolutely gorgeous… an all-round inspirational project.

David Shaw

Up Chair ar Wellington Design Library

I travelled to Auckland to attend the the release of new brands available through David Shaw: Roda, Tonon and Henge
We are lucky to have the very smart Up -Chair by Martin Ballendat for Tonon (See Pic above)  as a sample in the WDL.
Their new showroom in Auckland is fabulous, fun night to be part of.

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