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    Oh no I wonder why. I uploaded it from my phone and it's showing when I look 😳

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    How strange! This is how it looks on mine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    How strange! This is how it looks on mine...

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    Mine looks the same.

    We're about to reno our kitchen and had our colour scheme picked out (white cupboards and stone bench top with the floor and walls being beige / cream), until we went to look at floor tiles and didn't like any beige / cream ones, and loved all the grey ones. This isn't a big deal for the kitchen but means we will probably need to get a new lounge and dining chairs as the lounge is cream and chairs are timber with brown suede seats. I'm thinking maybe we could get the chairs recovered but it might just be cheaper to sell the dining suite as is and buy a new one. So many choices to make!

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    Ok I'm trying again from my iPad hopefully the pic shows this time
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    I prefer the lighter ones. They're more neutral and you'll be able to find a lot more timber grains in furniture to complement them, the darker ones may clash with more furniture.

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    I agree! The more neutral, the better in my opinion 😃

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    Thank ladies, I've ordered the lighter ones and my Dh is going to start tiling next week. Wish us luck I think we are going to need it 😳

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angels4me View Post
    Thank ladies, I've ordered the lighter ones and my Dh is going to start tiling next week. Wish us luck I think we are going to need it 😳
    How exciting! Take photos when it's all done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angels4me View Post
    Ok I'm trying again from my iPad hopefully the pic shows this time
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    I prefer the lighter ones. We are having light grey tiles put in next week.

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    This is our hallway, huge difference. Just need tiles and it will be complete!

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