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More Marble: Tile Art Marble Romeo Vinyl Tiles

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Trend alert! Marble is THE must-have of the season

 

There’s no escaping this elegant natural stone. Whether in the kitchen, in the bathroom, as a floor covering or dining table top – marble is everywhere. In interior design, the material epitomizes luxury and prestige. We’ll show you how to bring a touch of flair to your own home with Tile Art Marble Romeo vinyl tiles from d-c-fix®.

 

“Marble simply lifts everything and gives every room a luxurious feel,” says our specialist and stone lover Mark Kühler, who chose Tile Art Marble Romeo vinyl tiles for his kitchen makeover. The name alone conjures up images of Italy. For his kitchen makeover, the do-it-yourself king was looking for a stunning contrast to the wooden surfaces of his kitchen cabinets.

 

The look of the Tile Art Marble Romeo vinyl tiles is timelessly elegant. Thanks to their robust surface, the tiles are durable and feel very much like the original. Fitting them does not even require a tiler: simply cut to size, stick to the wall or over older tiles, fill in the joints, and you’re done! DIY at its simplest!

 

In this six-step guide, our expert Mark Kühler shows you how to bring a touch of Italian flair to your home with a new marble-effect splashback. His secret: Tile Art Marble Romeo vinyl tiles.

 

O Romeo, Romeo!

You will need…

  • Tile Art Marble Romeo vinyl tiles
  • d-c-fix® Handcrafting kit with smoothing blade and cutter knife
  • Tape measure/folding rule

  • ceramics/dispersion adhesive
  • brush
  • silicone

Let’s go

Step 1

A tidy house, a tidy mind. First of all I get my materials and tools together. Now I can make a start!

Step 2

The most important part: cutting tiles to size. Mark used a jigsaw for this, but it’s also very easy with a cutter.

Step 3

Now apply adhesive evenly with a brush to the back of the vinyl tile. The adhesive can be used on wallpapers, tiles or wood.

Step 4

Press the tile firmly against the wall with your hands.

Step 5

The joints are then sealed with a silicone suitable for PVC. No grout is required.

Step 6

For a clean finish, the tiles are cut to size with a cutter. Alternatively, you can use commercially available end profiles.

You’re done!

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