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On-trend colours from Homelux

Published: 21 April 2016
Tiling brand Homelux is extending its range of metal tile trims with new sizes and on-trend colours to reflect the latest trends in the tiling market.
On-trend colours from Homelux
The new colours are champagne gold, brushed gold, brushed black and rose gold. Homelux tile trims are available in round, straight, square and quadrant profiles in a variety of sizes to ensure there is a profile for every need.

Homelux quadrant and square edge profiles are available with matching three-way corners, eliminating the need to mitre, making installation even quicker and easier. The new finishes have been designed to match the latest trend in fashion and home improvement.

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