Professional Tiling Solutions for the Bicester Area and Beyond 
Open Seven Days a Week 
Showroom : 01869 240201 
Mobile : 07773 469667 
Recent bathroom colour trends are favouring rich, dark shades like deep grey, charcoal, plum, aubergine or ink tones. But that’s not the only bathroom colour trend that’s currently popular. More and more customers veer away from white and cream coloured bathrooms and move towards pastel tones. 
Your hallway – after the front door and the outside of the house, it’s the first impression visitors have of your home. That alone would be daunting enough, but hallways are also one of the hardest working rooms in the house. 
Have you ever found yourself admiring an old-style Victorian bathroom and dreamed of a claw-footed roll top bath? Or shot admiring glances at one of the new, minimalist slipper baths? Do you dream of soaking film-heroine style in a cloud of scented bubbles, with a glass of something lovely in one hand and sheer curtains blowing in a light spring breeze? 

Why large format tiles may be just what you need 

Many of our customers tell us that choosing tiles is difficult. Not only do we stock tiles in a huge range of colours, finishes and patterns, we also stock them in a large variety of sizes. So once you’ve settled on a colour scheme for your new bathroom, kitchen or hallway and have decided on a tile you like, the next question rears its head: what size tile should you choose? 
For many of us, the bathroom is the first and last room we spend time in every day – and it’s surprising how much of an impact it can have on our mood. Especially in the winter, when it gets light later and dark earlier and the sunshine can be in short supply. A cheerful, uplifting bathroom can brighten our mornings and help us relax at night – and during this time of year, cheerful and uplifting is a good thing to have. 
 
So for this week’s blog, we have collected a few tips on how to turn your bathroom into a perfect space to tackle the winter blues. 
Bathtubs aren’t a thing of mystery. Most people have one and we all know they can be traditionally styled or look thoroughly modern. They can come with feet or without, can fit in corners and can be styled for one bather or two. Taps can be part of the tub, or be fitted outside, and these days even the outside of your tub can be made to fit your décor. 
Valentine’s Day falls in the middle of the week this year and you know how it is – you’d really love to do something romantic, but the love of your life is rushed off her feet between a super busy job and looking after the family. The last thing on her mind is finding a babysitter, getting dolled up after a long day and going out to spend time in yet another busy place. 
Everyone is familiar with tiled bathroom walls and kitchen splashbacks. But tiles are much more versatile than that. Go on holiday to Spain, and you’ll quickly realise that tiles could have a place in every room of your home, and your garden too! 
Bathrooms are famous for being small rooms that do a lot of work. And whether you have your bathroom to yourself or share it with the rest of your family, you’ll need space to store bottles and jars, towels and robes, medicines and makeup, not to mention the usual bathroom supplies and cleaning materials. All while keeping your bathroom functional. 
 
Bathroom storage is a hot topic and in today’s blog, we love to point out an area that’s often forgotten when it comes to storage: corners. 
There’s nothing more off-putting than a freshly cleaned bathroom that still looks grimy. You know what we’re talking about, right? Tiles that don’t reflect the light and grout lines that are grey veering towards black don’t make a great impression on anyone.