Whether it’s the majestic marble tiles or the multicolored granite tiles, the interior designers have not stopped wondering. Even ceramic and porcelain tiles, which are much cheaper, have clever imitations of textures of wood, fabric and concrete. Consider the fascinating blends of stone, glass and metal with their intricate designs.
The tiles have certainly remained, mandatory for exotic floors and are often also found on the walls. Check out the floors and walls of shopping malls, airports and the hottest healthcare facilities in the heart of the city. What would probably be witnessed are colorful extravagances of natural stones or ceramic tiles of various models and sizes. The larger formats are now in fashion and give the impression of larger spaces.
It involves feelings and déjà vu, but the days of wooden floors and decorative rugs are long gone. What probably lasted for thousands of years has now disappeared into the pages of history. But why? The wood and rugs were beautiful enough and insulated from the cold, but they weren’t even that durable or cheap. Spillages and stains on carpets can be quite destructive. Wood is also sensitive to insects and water and could be damaged by children playing, even if the wood is hard and hard.
Compare effort and expense with natural stones or ceramic tiles! Once installed, there is little to worry about for decades. Wood requires periodic supplies and even carpets do not have a long life. Also in terms of attractiveness, producers and artists have explored new frontiers. The designs and materials of the tiles on display really tempt the imagination. Commercial premises, in particular, have a heyday in creating an environment that attracts customers’ curiosity.
Tiled floors that last a lifetime
While tile prices are becoming cheaper along with a large variety of colors and patterns, maintenance is easy. The tiles tolerate heat and cold well and require nothing more than a cloth with soapy water. Spills and stains don’t really bother them. If the installation is done well, usually with cement, and the mortar and sealing is applied well, here it is. The usual cleaning would be sufficient, especially for sketches and sketches.
An infinite variety of materials, colors and patterns
What floor would it be for the residence or commercial premises? Marble, granite, travertine, slate, limestone, porcelain, quartzite, sandstone, ceramic, onyx and much more. A wide range of sizes such as 12X12, 12X24, 16X16, 16X24 etc. They make installation easy and convenient. Special shapes and patterns are available in addition to squares and rectangles.
Bring floors to life and combine tile design with walls and ceilings, electronics, furniture and tapestries! Those striking color combinations may seem simple and minimal, but require a lot of effort and skill to train. Among the trendy models are black and white or only white and only black. People seem to tire of the overly bright color symbolism nowadays in any form of media! On the contrary, although everything related to the interior is in good condition, but the floor is not attractive, it is a real disappointment. Floors nowadays require a lot of attention just like everything else.
Look forward to flashy plans!
Keeping up with emerging trends is certainly exciting. Sandstone, onyx and limestone floors are not as common as ceramic and porcelain floors. Durability, convenience and attractive patterns are the reasons why ceramic is so popular. They will last for years and will also bring fantastic looks like smart imitations of marble, so precise that it is difficult to distinguish the difference.
Tricks aside, why not go for the king of natural stone, marble marvels in a range of soft shades, truly the material of dreams. It is certain that once installed, you cannot look back. The marble that has graced churches and palaces for thousands of years is truly auspicious and a symbol of prosperity.
Slate, quartzite and travertine also have their own unique graces and many designers and homeowners swear by it. In the choice between natural stone and porcelain which is basically clay, the stone would certainly be more durable in the long run, even if more expensive. In one way or another, intelligent combinations of colors, designs and materials would ensure aesthetic and durable floors to last a lifetime and more.
by Gracia Brown