How darker shade of floor can warm up a space14 November 2016
As the winter chill sets there will undoubtedly be more demand for warmer feeling spaces. And where better to focus your efforts than with the flooring, the most important aspect of any interior revamp, because the floor creates the canvas for the rest of the décor. So if you want to ramp up the warmth factor then add floor tiles in darker, warmer shades.
Darker shades of floor tiles are the perfect choice for very large floor spaces, which might look cavernous swathed in paler, colder looking tiles. But whatever size area you have to work with, darker shades create a warmer, more intimate and welcoming space and have the added benefit of being very forgiving of dirt.
Take a look at our Hardwick Limestone tumbled tiles. These natural and rugged limestone tiles are a timeless choice and they play a big part in creating a warm scheme and an ambient mood.
Even the largest, coldest space can feel warm and inviting with the help of our Berkeley Limestone tumbled. This lovely limestone with its warming tones and subtle fossil markings will certainly upgrade any living space, especially a large open-plan area where the full effect can be really appreciated. Smart, sophisticated and the perfect canvas for any style of décor, these tiles will make a beautiful addition to any home.
The Savile Grey Marble honed is another floor tile with loads of character. Its gently veined grey tones are dark enough to add warmth to a modern interior but not so dark as to feel gloomy. This tile works equally well in a modern maisonette or a traditional townhouse.
Warming wood effect
Any colour of wood or wood effect brings immediate warmth to any space. Our stunning planks – Drove wood-effect porcelain tile has the appearance of beautiful dark oak and looks as though it belongs in a Jacobean mansion with roaring log fires and dozing dogs, but it adds immediate warmth to any decor.
When it comes to choosing the right product you will, of course, be looking for choice and quality. And if you take a look at our full range for ideas to bring warmth this winter, we know you’ll not be disappointed.