Interiors | Chapel on the Hill – Get the look…

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We all fell in love with the kitchen at our Airbnb – Chapel on the hill.  A really simple yet striking design, which, cleverly, allowed impact to the images during the airbnb search.

We’ve all been there, scrolling through Airbnb looking for a gorgeous place to stay, and the majority of the images are poorly lit, grungy looking, or the decor is just awful.  The owners of this property got it right, by using this tiled feature wall, it draws the public in, and stands out from the crowd.

If you are interested in replicating this look, please have a look at my style recommendations.

Let’s start with the kitchen.  Those tiles! They add such drama to an otherwise standard kitchen.  If you don’t want to tile the entire wall, then perhaps use them as floor tiles or just as the splash back behind the hob or sink.

Here are some of my favourites on the high street:

Clockwise from top right:

Brixton Tile – Topps Tiles – £12.14 per tile

Santona Tile – Bert & May – £5 per tile

Boulangerie – Fired Earth – £2.99 per tile

Lofthouse grey – B&Q – £2.20 per tile

Casablanca – Mandarin Stone – £1.63 per tile

I can’t believe that Topps Tiles is more expensive than Bert & May. Ridiculous, right?  It just goes to show, shop around.

If you are interested in stealing this look for you own home, then take a look at some of the products I have sourced in the carousel below:

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