At Beswickstone we’re proud to offer our customers the very highest quality stone flooring. That’s why our slogan is ‘The very best stone at the very best price’. While ‘cheap may be cheerful’, when it comes to quality and style you get what you pay for. This is why stone flooring should be seen as an investment – one that’s worth paying a little more for if you want it to last.
We recently worked with customers on the renovation of the spacious open-plan kitchen/diner and living area in their stunning Victorian property in Camberley, Surrey. So, we were delighted to be able to commission a photo shoot of the finished interiors, which appeared in a large ‘Escape to the country’ feature in KBB magazine!
No longer seen as merely a functional room, the bathroom is becoming an increasingly important part of the home. Designs have moved on from just practical, to encompassing luxury, pampering and a soothing ambience within which to unwind and relax.
Wood flooring is a wonderful addition to any home. It brings effortless style and sophistication and works beautifully within both modern and traditional settings alike. While solid wood floors take a lot of maintenance and are prone to warping, staining and movement, wood alternatives, such as engineered oak flooring and wood look tiles offer the best of both worlds, and are ideal for areas of high traffic.
Every year, experts in design bring us a myriad of exciting new interior decorating ideas – through specialist publications, online blogs and events all around the country. And 2018 is no exception. Over the coming 12 months there are a host of live interior design shows planned across the UK, where you can see exciting new house decorating ideas encompassing everything from flooring to state-of-the-art technology.
Inherently stylish, natural stone flooring has long been a popular choice for rooms all around the home. The appeal of this type of flooring is undeniable – from its effortless beauty and unique characteristics to its durability and timeless charm.
Every year, new and exciting interior design trends are revealed at shows around the country, and design experts offer predictions on what’s hot for the coming months. Here we look at some of the top 2018 interior design trends – from colours and materials to flooring and tile patterns.