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It should not only integrate harmoniously with interior design but also be durable, functional and resilient to damage - the floor in a hallway has a difficult task. So, do we have to choose a concrete floor or tiling for this part of our apartment? Nothing could be further from truth! However, when selecting natural wood, we should remember about a few basic principles.

There is only one chance to make a first impression. Usually, it is the hallway that receives guests in our apartment and its design often determines whether they feel comfortable and snuggly. Therefore, it should not be neglected. The hallway is one of the most intensively utilized spaces in our home. Thus, when selecting...

Can you really arrange ceramic tiles on walls and floor completely jointless? It is true that you can arrange them so that the grout is almost invisible. It is a myth, though, that laying tiles completely without grouting is possible.​

Jointless – meaning how exactly?

It is not true that tiles do not need to have joints between them, although the name of jointless laying or arranging may indicate this. Theoretically, thanks to a special technique of trimming the edges, that is the rectification, it would be possible to connect them without joints, but in practice it should not be done. It is recommended to use narrow, 1 to 2-millimetre joints. Jointless laying can therefore be consider...

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