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I like to think tiling has evolved… I like to think the skill of tiling has grown into a type of art form.. A type of creative expression if you like! Gone are the days when everyone had the same square white tiles in their bathroom or kitchen…
Today, tiling is pretty much found everywhere and is no longer limited to the bathroom or kitchen, wall or floor. The range of colours, materials, textures and sizes now available, enables everyone to choose a design that is a little more personal; something reflective of their own individuality – no matter the budget.
Aside from individual preferences, I’m sure we can all agree that the colour and style of tile, alongside the grout chosen is a big part of the overall décor of a room – and can in some cases make or break it.
Every client I’ve worked with has a vision of the end result for their project. My job is to try and translate that vision and turn it into a reality.
RE-BRANDING THE ART OF TILING.
Women On The Tools (WOTT) Launched & Heading For Its Target Like A Guided Missile!
After 40 years of serving its members WAMT (Women & Manual Trades) became ‘Women on the Tools’ (WOTT) and with the name change was born a determination to redress the imbalance, to make having Women on the Tools – the norm, not the exception!
Women & Manual Trades celebrating 40 years of supporting tradeswomen and working to make women “on the tools” the norm, not the exception. www.wamt.org. Film produced by Michelle Featherstone.
WATCH WENDY’S INTERVIEW BELOW.
Training project aims to tool up women to take on the construction site stereotypes. Women will be given help to challenge stereotypes in the male-dominated manual trades industry by setting up their own building and plumbing businesses. Women and Manual Trades aims to make women “on the tools” the norm and not the exception through the Building Women’s Futures project.