Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I've been away. You'll find the dimensions on these plans and elevations. Hope that helps.
Honestly I would go with LVT because it´s warm, and if you get porcelain or stone, it´s going to be too cold. My husband ordered Gerflor for our kitchen, and we love it. We put it down over tiles and I have to say that they really are warmer. I think my husband got it from this shop called Bricoflor here in the UK.
I'm going against the flow here. I do use these wood effect tiles and find my clients really like them. Some of them have used them to continue on from a real wood floor in other parts of the house, and although you can tell the difference, most people don't notice unless you tell them. It does depend on the tile and the quality of the tiler however. A wooden floor will easily even out minor imperfections in the sub floor. These tiles are the opposite. They are very long, and with no give in them when fixed down you want the grout lines even and as small as possible as if they were tongue and grooved together, so the floors will need to be well screeded throughout the house before the tiling goes down. Wood effect tile image attached, from one of the projects in my portfolio.
I personally love this Pindora wallpaper for dramatic effect [
](http://www.wilko.com/blue-wallpaper/pindorama-navy-wallpaper/invt/0438204?gclid=CIjciJSc_dACFZMK0wodrJIFsA&gclsrc=aw.ds)I has a similar blue in it to that on the wall!
Looks fab in some of the rooms, great in the right setting.
I personally, rather than professionally, had a green kitchen in my last property and it was offset by a lovely oak worktop and green ceramic ceiling lamps. It was a very relaxing and soothing green in my opinion, apart from the evenings it was my turn to rustle up the dinner!
Thanks for your question. I've been looking through my records and can't find a note of the original supplier, sorry.
Thanks for the question. I'm not sure of the actual manufacturer, but it can be purchased through doble bathrooms (doblebathrooms.com). the model shown is 990mm wide.
I am afraid i am just the photographer, so i can't help with this.
The desk is called ALEX from Ikea and costs £120, the drawers in the same ALEX range cost £90
Looks gorgeous! But where does the tv go?
@Hazel Kindley, the TV is in the other living room!
Sorry for the slow response. It took me a while to find the details. The tile is by the Winchester Tile Company and is in their Cosmopolitan, Residence Range. The colour is called Pumice. I've added hyperlinks above to their website. We used Mapei Cement Grey (113) Grout.
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