Are you stumped when it comes to deciding on a tile colour for your home? There are so many colour options and styles available today that making the choice can be quite overwhelming. Well look no further than this blog post; our essential guide to help you choose the right colour tiles for your home! Ultimately, we cannot tell you which colour to choose, but we can most certainly point you in the right direction..
CREATE A MOOD
There is just something about a dark, moody, sexy space that gets our juices flowing. Like this bathroom by Decus interiors.
We love the colours used in the space which created mood but is not too dark and heavy. The light fittings look great in contrast to the darker tiles and marble and the natural light which filters through is the cherry on top of this breathtaking space.
Love this too? Recreate the look with our dark grey bejmat which come loose, meaning you can lay them in any orientation you like. Fancy huh?
SMALL SPACE WITH NO LIGHT? NO WORRIES!
It is certainly not ideal to have a small and dark bathroom. But fear not, as this is not the end of the world. There are so many things you can do to brighten the space and give the illusion of a fresh and airy space. The first must-do is to keep the room light. This will give the illusion of a larger space; darker finishes will only make the space feel more dingy than it already is. Opt for a Tilesofezra 10x10cm in 'dust' or 'snow' to keep the space feeling crisp. These are suitable for both wall and floor applications and in our humble opinion, take any space to the next level.
Be sure to add a large mirror which will reflect the natural light in the room.
Interior Design - Elle Critchley Design
TERRACOTTA IN A MODERN SPACE - DOES IT WORK?
ABSOLUTELY. YES YES YES. At first glance you might be thinking WTF. How can such a rustic tile work in a modern, sleek space? But in fact, it is the perfect pairing. Incorporating Terracotta is a great way of bring earthiness and texture layering into the space, where a lot of warmth and character might have been lost during the pursuit of achieving an ultra-mod aesthetic. People in these instances tend to keep the colour palette relatively basic, howevera a mix of terracotta, cement, steel, glass, timber etc will look architectural and amazingly modern, without being too left of field with colour. Give it a go! You'll thank us.