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Design ideas for a rural l-shaped kitchen in Other with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, wood worktops, beige splashback, metro tiled splashback, coloured appliances, no island and multi-coloured floors. —  Houzz
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alisonstrange wrote:13 September 2015
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    Robin Sprong Wallpaper
    3 years ago

    We absolutely LOVE the floor. Stunning tiles. Anyone know where they've been sourced from?

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    Clachan Wood
    3 years ago

    I think they came from Topps Tiles.

Matthew Stanford wrote:28 January 2017
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    Clachan Wood
    3 years ago

    Hi - I am sorry to say that I did not tile the kitchen I just made the units.

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    Traditional Sash Windows
    3 years ago

    It's hard to be certain, but it looks similar to Mapei Manhattan 110. If using on a fine joint i would recommend Mapei Keracolor FF

NR ARCHITECTURE wrote:4 January 2015
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    Clachan Wood
    5 years ago
    The floor tiles came from Topps Tiles. Client sourced them.
  • Tom Flanagan
    5 years ago
    Hi there,

    You can find the product on Houzz here:
    Stamford · More Info


    Hope that helps!
Alison Elmslie wrote:7 December 2017
  • Daisy England
    2 years ago
    Lots of kitchen suppliers offer them. Alternatively look on eBay. I'll bet there's some on there.
karenc06 wrote:26 August 2015
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    Clachan Wood
    4 years ago

    Hello, the colour is called Dover Sky.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

joannasimmons
Jo Simmons added this to Ask an Expert: How Can I Plan the Perfect Kitchen Storage?13 August 2015

Access awkward spacesIt can be hard to keep a deep, standard cupboard tidy or reach items stored at the back, but there are ways to make cupboards more efficient. ‘A rotation or pull-out shelf allows full access to the back of the cupboard,’ says Laville. ‘These can be expensive, though. By using baskets or boxes you can achieve a similar effect and keep storage tidy.’ Baskets can also be used to slot into narrow spaces that would not fit a full drawer unit.

michelelongoni
Michele Longoni Interiors added this to Decorating: How to Mix Historical Features with Modern Design24 July 2015

Rethink the Victorian layoutEncaustic tiles have been around since the 13th century. They received a boost in popularity during the 19th century Gothic Revival and are common in Victorian hallways. Modernise the look by mixing up the layout to create a patchwork design, or use them somewhere non-traditional, such as a kitchen or bathroom. You can find reproductions in most tile shops, but if you’re ready to go the extra mile, create your own composition from real encaustic tiles or ones you might find at a reclamation yard.Explore how to give your kitchen some Victorian character

joleevers
Jo Leevers added this to Trends: Tap into the Patchwork Revival13 May 2015

Rock patchwork tilingCan’t decide which tile to go for? No problem: a patchwork of contrasting but complementary motifs is a trend in floor and wall tiles. It adds variety and character, so is a great way to update an existing kitchen with plain white units.TELL US…Are you a fan of patchwork? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to How to Create an Eclectic Look in Your Kitchen24 March 2015

Mix, don’t matchMixing colours, patterns, styles or materials is the easiest way to build an eclectic look in any room. You can focus purely on accessories if your kitchen is already in situ, but if you’re starting from scratch, you have the opportunity to get adventurous with colourful or vibrantly patterned flooring or splashback materials to inject a big dose of character into your kitchen. Here, a colourful patchwork tile arrangement makes for a statement feature, especially contrasted with the white units and plain metro tiles.

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to Decorating: A Celebration of Scottish Design14 January 2015

Good woodThere are lots of ways your home can reflect its surroundings – and this welcoming Scottish country kitchen was made using native hardwood sourced from south Ayrshire. The colourful patchwork floor adds to this room’s sense of homespun charm.

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Lynn Whipp added this to KITCHEN CABINETS11 February 2020

note tile on wall to stove hood level all the way across

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