Many of you know, that I am a qualified interior designer. It’s absolutely normal for me to be choosing different tiles every day. I remember when I had to choose my first tiles for a client, and I had absolutely no clue where to start. These days you have a huge range of shapes, sizes, and colours and I were little like Alice in Wonderland. In today post, I wanted to show you a simple infographic created by Thisisstone.com where the guys explained in such a simple way type of tiles with some great advice! I couldn’t say no to this collaboration as I know this would definitely benefit you guys!(picture on top Artisau TopsTiles)
|Victoria Plumbing Devonstone floor Tiles|
|This stunning example is from Phoenix Tapware|
Large, plain and durable tiles, for example, are always the first choice for floors and should rarely be ignored. They bear a lot of human traffic throughout the day and they need to be clear so you can see everything in front of you, including those painful things that aren’t too visible but can cause you a lot of pain if you step on them!
Tiles with artistic decorations and patterns for this reason are not great for flooring but rather in specific areas that require a decorative touch. Kitchen backsplashes and bathroom walls can be a nice place to explore mosaic designs or elaborate patterns and the artistic license for this is unlimited.
|Diamante Pastel Sky tiles|
|Typical brick tile style in kitchen image Homedit|
|Natucer tiles series modeli|