Decorative tiles are all the rage in modern homes today. We’re seeing homeowners incorporating these tiles into their homes in interesting and creative ways; some using these tiles to define areas and others simply using them to add a pop of colour. There are endless design ideas out there giving homeowners the opportunity to express themselves which makes it all the more reason for you to try out.
Take a look at some inspiring options and discover stylish ways that you can include these showstopping tiles in your home.
Hexagon tiles can really transform a bathroom and give it an elegant update. Our Hexagon porcelain tiles give you the freedom to embrace a variety of colours and textures to create a stunning focal point in your home.
Three dimensional tiles are great for adding texture and depth to your space, these tiles are perfect to use as a feature wall or even splashback. We love how our Negro 3D tiles are used in this bathroom as a feature wall with contrasting wood-look porcelain tiles on the floor.
Creating the illusion of a rug using tiles is a great way of defining areas in the home and adding colour and interest to a room. Moroccan style tiles work really well, as shown in the image below. Use our Heritage Black tiles to achieve this look in your living room or to define your dining room area.
Hint of colour
Similar to the previous example, you can also use Moroccan style tiles with a hint of colour to add tone (just try to avoid repeating ‘colour’) and texture to your kitchen. We love the use of our Heritage Grey tiles in this modern kitchen: a well balanced combination of Moroccan tiles on the walls and around the Island, with concrete look tiles installed throughout the rest of the space, including the outdoor patio, creating a seamless look.
If Moroccan tiles are not your thing then try a chevron pattern with wood-look porcelain tiles. This layout looks great in any space, whether you use them on the floor or on the wall as a feature, they work well for splashbacks too! This layout is simply created with wood-look porcelain tiles cut shorter to fit together in a zigzagged layout, you can also use Metro tiles on the walls to create a chevron effect. Or better yet, you can try our brand-new Cabrio wood-look porcelain tiles that come as a chevron design tile, making the chevron layout installation flawless.
When installing decorative tiles or creating an interesting feature with wood-look tiles we suggest that you stick to one colour palette in your tiling. A good place to start is with a neutral tile and then introducing colour and pattern through a feature such as the examples shown above.
If you’re looking to inject colour and personality into your home, then we hope these tips have inspired you to get creative with decorative tiles. A perfectly placed patterned tile might be just the thing your home needs – it’s worth the splurge.
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