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4 ways to style your home with Bright Skies™️ and Topps Tiles Tile of the Year, Flute™️

We’ve once again teamed up with our friends at Topps Tiles and their Tile of the Year, Flute™️, to help you refresh your home this year.

After a long spell spent cooped up indoors, lots of us feel like we need a fresh start. More and more we want to get outdoors in the open air. That’s why Dulux colour experts have named Bright Skies™️ as Dulux Colour of the Year 2022. It’s a light, optimistic shade of blue, that reflects the limitless sky around us – and it could be a breath of fresh air for your home.

Flute™️ tiles aren’t just visually appealing, they’re tactile, too. The reeded 3D finish recalls the sophisticated art deco era. It feels timeless, yet its muted colour means it would sit equally well in both modern and traditional homes. You can pair Flute™️ with Bright Skies™️, or with colours from the 4 complementary palettes, Greenhouse, Workshop, Studio and Salon.

For a little inspiration, here are 4 ways that the team at Topps Tiles have mixed and matched Dulux Bright Skies™️ with Flute™️

An inspiring colour contrast with gold accents

This story starts with those gorgeous blue tiles. Consider pairing bold Flute™️ tiles on your shower-bath wall as well as on your bath panel. Add gold and brass fittings to dial up the art deco styling. To complete the look, paint your ceiling in Dulux Tranquil Dawn™️ and the window frame in Bright Skies™️. The result is a serene space which feels modern.   

Make double sinks the star of the show

A double sink helps the morning rush feel much less frantic. So, why not style it in a way that makes you want to dwell in it a little longer? For this look, tile your wall ¾ of the way in Flute™️ tiles and paint the top of the wall in Dulux Spiced Honey. To continue the theme, you might want to add a fun pop of the colour to the bathroom door, too. Here, the front is Dulux Spiced Honey, while the cheery stripe on the inside is Dulux Lemon Jester.

Embrace the elements with a mix of wood and stone

This look is all about that gorgeous combination of hard stone and soft wood.

Start by tiling your splashback in Flute™️ tiles and pair them with Dulux Treasured Coral on the wall above, to give your kitchen colour scheme some real impact. In this space, the pantry unit is painted in a cool contrast of Dulux Bright Skies™️, which adds a lovely freshness. There’s a nice surprise inside the tall cupboard, too. It’s painted in Dulux Treasured Coral to tie the whole space together.

Try the panelling trend in your living room

Wall panelling is one of the most stylish interior trends you can try right now. In this living space, the panelling, back wall and chimney breast are painted in Dulux Bright Skies™️. To give the space a tonally harmonious palette, Dulux Rubble Road and Dulux Chic Shadow can be spotted on the alcove bookcase and fire surround respectively. Then, to complete the look, Topps Tiles Flute™️ tiles and Sky grouting have been added to the back of the shelving.

To discover more about Flute™️, the Topps Tiles Tile of the Year, and the tile colours available, go here.

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