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Adam & Lisa's one-week home transformation was revealed last night on House Rules. The renovating teams were told they needed pops of patterns, earthy tones, and the wow factor. As proud suppliers to House Rules, Beaumont Tiles were able to help the teams deliver with their tile choices. Here are our three favourite tiles from the reveal:

Candela

Chosen by Carole and Russell in the main bathroom.

Candela tiles on House Rules

It seems that you either love these tiles or you hate them, but we're firmly in the "love them" group. Candela is a modern version of a traditional floral pattern with amazing soft curves and deep autumnal colours. Each colour is like a different type of stone, with lots of depth and personality.

Carole and Russell complemented the earthy tones of Candela with Gloss White wall tiles and Alto Beige floor tiles, both in 300x600mm.

Carrara Hexagon Mosaic

Chosen by Maddi and Lloyd in the master ensuite.

Carrara Hexagon Mosaic tiles on House Rules

Maddi and Lloyd had a clear vision for a luxurious master ensuite, and they executed it to perfection with their vanity feature wall. Maddi fell in love with the hexagon design - a shape currently popular with many designers - opting for a mosaic in a white carrara marble.

The Carrara Hexagon Mosaic was complemented by Concrete Join, a dark concrete look porcelain tile, that was used throughout the rest of the ensuite to create an intimate relaxing space.

Eco Alabaster

Chosen by Candy and Ryan in the living room.

Eco Alabaster tiles on House Rules

Candy and Ryan were one team who really nailed the "earthy tones" house rule, creating a feature fireplace with Eco Alabaster stone-look porcelain tiles.

House Rules judge and Home Beautiful editor, Wendy Moore, loved the fireplace and the living room was a hit with Adam and Lisa.

What did you think of the tiles from last night's reveal? Let us know in the comments below or join the conversation on Facebook.

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