This year we are welcoming many novelties in terms of interior design, including some of the most unique tiles ever made. Upgrades in the technology of tile manufacturing now allow improved synchronization with the hottest furniture trends. Never considered that home tiles deserve much of a hype yet found yourself choosing them as your preferred wall or flooring option? If you’re planning to redecorate or redesign your home any time soon, here’s what you need to pay attention to in terms of interior designs that team up beautifully with your home’s tiles:
Today’s ultra-modern, minimalist living rooms go hand in hand with one of the trendiest tiles: large scale tiles with matte or semi-glossy finish. Choose sleek, contemporary pieces with soft curves whose luxurious sensuality will pair nicely with your generously proportioned porcelain slabs.
Just take a look how wonderful this interior is complimented by beautiful porcelain tiles form Perini Tiles.
The trendiest direction in interior designs we should all gravitate towards is linked to the earthly, natural and organic. Rustic and industrial style furniture, with their old world charm, will match your textured tiles perfectly. And when we say textured, we’re thinking brushed and distressed finishes, fabric looks and wood-like tiles. These look amazing in the company of vintage, industrial and reclaimed furniture, as well as rustic and bohemian. And since it can get quite chilly these days, why not throw a fashionable animal hide over your timber-look tiles?
Vintage and retro decors add even more charisma to subway tiles, which continue to be popular in 2015. If colourful mosaic tiles are your thing, surprisingly, your furnishing options are quite varied. A vibrant backsplash provides gorgeous contrast to an all-white bathroom with free standing tub. Modern kitchens can also become livelier with the addition of mosaic tiles. For living rooms, think lots of colourful fabric pieces in rich hues for a spirited, oriental vibe.
Speaking of colour, pick lighter shades of furniture to contrast with dark tiles. Gray is the hottest tone this year and looks amazing paired with clean, contemporary furniture. Neutral tiles are the safest option regardless of your preferred interior designs, with natural tiles looking impeccable in both modern and eclectic settings. For example, shabby chic furniture can work with matte, textured tiles which can provide the same balance to metallic bathroom fittings like gold and brass tapware.