Our bathroom isn’t the biggest of spaces but we really wanted to create a light, bright bathroom that felt spacious and luxurious, yet in keeping with the Victorian feel of the house. We wanted to incorporate a feature marble effect wall as well as wooden panelling and wood effect flooring.
We didn’t want to use real marble tiles as we were conscious that they may not last the test of time, with them being wet all the time. We searched everywhere for a quality looking porcelain marble effect tile. We also wanted a large, darker tile for the shower enclosure to give a bit of contrast and texture.
If you’re considering introducing herringbone tiles into your home, then why not read our handy guide all about herringbone tiling? We will show you the various patterns to choose from and the different layouts you can opt for along with our handy hints and favourite herringbone tile recommendations. Bathroom or kitchen, walls or floors, add in some zig-zag pizzazz to add bags of interest into your home.