As featured on Houzz – A Complete Guide to Managing a Tiling Project

Jennifer Chong in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK on HouzzTiling is one of those key elements in interior design that can make or break your room and unlike other features, it’s a difficult one to change once it has been done. This means you’ll want to make sure it’s done right first time as trying to make alterations after the fact can be both expensive and time consuming. Apologies if this sounds a lot like scaremongering. I think we’ve had quite enough of that lately.

Don’t let my words of warning put you off. Being aware of the pitfalls are just the first step and planning for problems means you’re in the right mindset. As always, I’m here to help and this time in the form of another article on Houzz. A Complete Guide to Managing a Tiling Project covers the basic guidelines to help you plan a tiling job. FromΒ walls to floors, kitchens to bathrooms, these concepts apply to most tiling projects and can help you guide you through all the things you need to think about. Success – here we come!

Feature image: Studio Moran via Houzz

For those in the early days of contemplating a renovation project, take a look through for a selection of beautiful images to give you some tilespiration like this rug effect kitchen (above) or the fabulous feature tile used on both wall and floor in the quirky bathroom below.

Here’s a sneak preview and just click throughΒ to read the full article on the Houzz website.


Look out for theΒ Houzz logo on some of my blog posts that have been featured on the site or follow me on HouzzΒ to keep up to date.

Tell me about your tiling plans! Did you find the article helpful? Have you completed a tiling project and wish you’d read this first? Leave me a comment πŸ™‚

J x

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