A new fireplace can be a hot addition to any home, as well as an important investment that will keep your home and heart warm for years to come! At Caledon Fireplace, our unique showroom is filled with a wide selection of state-of-the-art models and styles, including: Gas Fireplaces, Electric Fireplaces, Wood Burning Fireplaces. To find out more, come visit Caledon Fireplace, your local fireplace speciality store. We are located at 2999 King Street (corner of Hwy 10), Caledon or visit us at www.caledonfireplace.ca Store hours are: Tuesday- Friday 9:30am-6:00pm; Saturday 10:00am-
Thinking of retiling your bathroom to update its look? To achieve a modern design, get inspired by these five trending tile styles.
Both modern and chic, textured ceramics are great for achieving a bold and unique look. Thanks to their abstract patterns and 3D effect, textured tiles are the perfect choice for creating a refined bathroom design.
Traditionally reserved for flooring, herringbonepatterned tiles are becoming increasingly popular on walls, especially when it comes to showers and backsplashes. This bold pattern is great for adding depth to any space.
3. Imitation wood
Ceramic tiles that mimic the raw look of natural wood are in high demand this year. Available in a wide range of shades from light to dark, they’re perfect for giving your bathroom a warm, rustic feel.
For an avant-garde, industrial design, opt for tiles that imitate the look of concrete. Incredibly modern, this ceramic style is the perfect complement to an urban-inspired bathroom.
5. XXL Tiles
Extra-large tiles are making a definite comeback in the bathroom. Ideal for smaller spaces, oversized tiles create an impression of depth that makes rooms
appear much bigger.
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Powder rooms have become more than just a half bath with a sink, toilet and mirror. Today they act as an inviting room for guests and a chic statement of one’s own personal style. With strategic design powder rooms can offer a big-impact regardless of square footage. Anything goes with powder rooms. People should not be afraid to glam it up or use bold colors or patterns. It is a room waiting to make a statement and impress. Vanities should be unique in design and shine as the focal point of the powder room.
Tiles range from large marble-like slabs to the smallest most intricate mosaics which can be used as an accent wall behind the vanity. Gone are the boring basic mirrors to make room for mirrors of all shapes and sizes. Mirrors are now used to add interest to a feature wall so that the powder room feels more personal
and unique. Also, lighting has become much more stylish with people choosing to use wall lights or chandeliers in the powder room that compliment and tie everything together. Looks vary from glamorous, chic and neo-classical designs and incorporate nicely with the latest style in faucets which are now available in a variety of colors.
Classic black and white is a strong trend with more people choosing to create an all white or all black bathroom in order to evoke a high-end feel to their powder rooms. Powder rooms excel at adding drama to a small space so don’t be afraid of making a splash by adding color to your walls, floors, faucets or even your vanity!
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With 32 years of business experience, opening their doors in 1987, the Fireplace Stop is your one-stop for wood, gas and electric replaces, HVAC, as well as custom gas replaces (Davinci Custom Fireplaces, as seen above) and outdoor products. They serve Southern Ontario, including Muskoka, The Blue Mountains, and surrounding areas. They have a fully licensed team of industry professionals, one of the largest selections of premier replaces in the country and can provide in-house service, sales and installation on all of the products. This family owned business is run by Andy Leonard, his daughter Kelsey (administration and marketing manager), son Andrew (sales manager), and son Scott (lead installer). Come in to Fireplace Stop, where “our customers are our friends.”