Having a spruce up of your interior this spring doesn’t need to break the bank but can really make a difference. If budget or time is tight, why not focus on the smaller spaces in your home? Often small in size but large in impact, we’ll be focusing on updating your hallway, downstairs loo and kitchen splashback with the help of our Insta-famous Lily Pad collection.
What’s more, enjoy 20% off our Lily Pad tiles until the end of May!
One space that is often forgotten is the hallway. It’s a space where we dump our shoes and coats after a long day, keys thrown on the side and bag left dishevelled, but it’s also the first space in our home that our guests see. Updating your hallway can be a small but rewarding project, and something that won’t take weeks and weeks to complete.
Create a warm and friendly space with Lily Pad Bubblegum. It’s sweet and charming pink shade makes for the perfect welcome home. It’ll be hard to feel down after a tiring and busy day with this waiting for you. If you’re lucky enough to have a porch, consider running Lily Pad all the way through, to create a flowing effect.
Often used as a bit of a dumping ground, give your downstairs loo more purpose by adding in storage solutions and clearing the clutter. To make the space really sing, add a touch of cheer with Lily Pad in Custard. A beautifully bright yellow, it’s perfect for lifting an otherwise dreary and underestimated space. Feature behind the basin for a pop of colour, or cover the floor entirely to help the space feel larger and distract from the square meterage.
The kitchen is the heart of the home, and other than our bedrooms, it’s generally where we spend most of our time when at home… (or is that just us?!). Whilst it can be expensive to completely refit a kitchen, adding a lick of paint and fresh tiles can be more attainable. We love Lily Pad Eucalyptus in kitchens and think it works particularly well when used as a splashback or within oven alcoves. It’s subtle green tone means that it’s not overbearing, and is certainly a view we’d never tire of when washing up the remnants of dinner. Getting psychological, green is thought to represent tranquillity and health, which is what makes it such a great colour choice for interiors.