The living room is where your family spends their time. This is the first area that someone will see when they enter your home. It is only logical that you should decorate your living room with great care.
The floor and wall tiles that you choose for your living room will form the basis of the interior design. If you are thinking about remodeling your living room, you should consider glazed or polished vitrified tile. Interior decorators often look to create a unique style for every room in the home.
The living room is not the only place where you can choose a theme. The choice of floor and wall tiles should be something everyone can agree on.
What to Look for in living room tiles?
If you have a theme in mind, it should be easy to choose the wall tile and floor tile designs for your living room. Ceramic tiles offer many options and combinations. The tiles are a good investment for the long term, and unlike furniture, you cannot change them often.
Consider the following factors when selecting your tiles for long-lasting happiness.
The tile design for the living room should match your desired atmosphere. Keep your design aesthetics in mind when choosing tiles. If you are looking to achieve minimalism, then select tiles that have a natural finish or plain tiles. Some ideas for combinations:
- For the wall, grey slates with a satin-matte finish are best. The floor can be finished in white marble or an extra glossy finish.
- Use seamless pink or white tiles on the wall and floor.
- Use large pink marble tiles or glazed ceramic tiles with digitally printed designs on the mural while painting the rest of your walls. Use tiles that are contrasting on the floor.
You don’t have to use the standard cream or beige that you see in most houses. Consider something that will best reflect your personality and also accommodate any future furniture you may plan. Consider, for example:
- Cold colors such as purple, blue, and green can be used in classic interiors. Use the same patterns for the walls and on your floor.
- Warm color combinations are best for modern interiors
- You can use natural colors such as forest green or terracotta to add some natural shades to the room.
Consider the furniture and paint color:
Before making a final decision about the wall and floor tiles in the living room, ensure that the colors blend perfectly. Take into account the furniture, wall color, and natural light in the room. When choosing the tiles. Tiles of light colors can brighten areas that receive less sunlight. Well-lit areas may use darker tiles to maintain a cheerful atmosphere.
Durability and Maintenance:
It would be best if you considered how easy they are to clean and maintain before choosing tiles for your living room. This part of the home is the one that receives the most traffic and has the most contact with the outside environment. Consider frequent cleaning and dusting.
LIVING ROOM WALLS
Ceramic tiles can add character and style to the walls of your living area. A mosaic design or an authentic texture can transform a space into something beautiful. Our natural stone finish tile family allows you to design your walls according to the style of your home.
Use trim to create a contemporary alternative to hanging paintings in a frame-like shape.
Ceramic Tiles with Organic Looks Add Warmth
Ceramic tile in shades of sand or ash can add warmth and interest to your living room. Accent walls can be used to draw attention by using subtle patterns and textures.
Stone Finish Wall Tiles: A Textural Delight
This stone wall gives a natural touch to the drawing-room, which is usually quite modern and elegant. It blends beautifully with the color palette without being intrusive. It also provides the room with a beautiful focal point with its texture.
Old Brown + Grey: Create something Special
Who would say that brown and gray are boring? These large ceramic tiles are available in pewter and can be used to cover an entire wall. Fabric and curtains on the sofa perfectly complement the hazy texture. The combination of these colors on the furniture, walls, and floor looks stunning. The theme can be carried through to the decoration of the room.
Wood and marble are a match made in heaven.
If your home has high ceilings, you can choose this ultra-chic look for your designer living space. The wood panel is placed between the white marble tiles with lights that highlight them. It is a truly stunning result. H&R Johnson glazed vitrified tile is the best substitute for marble tiles. These pre-cut tiles offer greater water and stain resistance and are stronger than marble.
LIVING ROOM FLOORS
Tile is an excellent flooring choice for any size living room. It is a more attractive, durable, and cleaner alternative to carpet or conventional wood flooring without compromising on warmth and beauty. Our extensive tile selection will provide a unique option to suit the design of your home.
H&R Johnson offers tiles in marble, porcelain, or travertine, as well as ceramic, stone, slates, granite, quartzite, and other finishes.
Terrazzo tiles are made from a variety of materials, including granite, marble, and quartz. Some of these tiles use glass along with other materials. Terrazzo tiles look great in your living room because they are durable and easy to maintain. The tiles also give the impression of cleanliness and freshness.
They blend in easily with most styles of décor and hide stains well. Terrazzo tiles can be easily installed and are a great option if you’re looking to create a modern look, a warm aesthetic, or an earthy appearance. This type of tile is available at H&R Johnson in the Marbonite collection.
The body strength and durability of vitrified tiles are comparable to those of marble and granite. It is for this reason that they are able to be polished and maintain a uniform texture. The glazed vitrified tiles come in a variety of textures and finishes. They are perfect for adding a glossy finish to the living room floor. Polished tiles will give your living space a luxurious look and feel. Their durability allows you to choose from a wide range of furniture.
Porcelain tiles are more dense than other tiles. These tiles are not only more durable than ceramics but also water resistant. These tiles are suitable for living areas as they can handle heavy traffic. This style of tile comes in ceramic designs as well as imitations of hardwood, granite, and marble tiles.
Glazed Vitrified Tiles
These tiles can be used in any room, but their natural look and high consistency make them ideal for the living area. The GVT tiles have a high scratch resistance and are easy to maintain. The surface finish is what makes GVT tiles so special. With GVT tiles, you can choose between a high-gloss or satin-matte surface finish. Since these tiles are already polished and ready to be installed on the floor, all that is left to do is to add the finishing touch. GVT tiles also have a higher durability than other types of tiles. You will find them in many kitchen and bathroom counters.
The most versatile tiles are the manufactured tiles. They come in a variety of sizes, finishes, textures, and prints. Ceramic, porcelain and vitrified tiles are perfect for creating a classic look, a minimalistic outlook, or a creative accent wall. Even nature lovers prefer manufactured tiles to natural materials like wood or stone.