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Warm up for autumn

As we leave the summer behind, our thoughts and ideas turn from outside spaces to inside the home. If you are like us, our minds race as we figure out how best to prep our interiors for the up coming winter months – and if you are living in the UK, we can expect the winter months to last well into spring!

One way that Baked Tile Co can be of assistance is by helping you create that cosy living space by adding the perfect tiles from our stunning Wood collection. Take a look at some of the ranges that can help you create an interior fit for nights in with good company in front of the fire! 

 Lodge

This large format plank tile is ideal for creating that homely space, especially if you are searching for a more characterful wooden floor finish. We particularly love the Quercia tile (as shown in photo below) as it gives a lovely warm tone throughout, plus the tile is porcelain so there is none of that time consuming maintenance malarkey – perfect for high traffic areas in the home

               

 

Courchevel

This absolutely gorgeous range is based on weather-beaten chalets found in most ski resorts around the world, think distressed wood, faux fur throws, an open fire and exposed beams! This collection can be used in a variety of ways, don’t just use it as a flooring choice, it will also make a beautiful statement feature wall. Be the envy of your dinner guests this autumn and stay one step ahead of the style game with Courchevel.

              

 

Coed

With nine different colour varieties available in this collection, we can guarantee that you will find the perfect one for you. What we love most about this tile range is that the warmer colours, such as Cedro, sit well with rooms that house open fires and a cosy atmosphere, whilst the lighter colours, such as Olivio or Encia, suit crisp, light, contemporary spaces!

 

 

               

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Ireland:

That’s an expert answer to an insrteeting question

Jul 04, 2016

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