Hello I am currently making a house and i am massively confused between which tile should i get to get my house flooring done. I have attatched some images. Please help me decide
The first on the right in this picture!
From right side 1, 4 & 6 looks good
I think the brown and white one in the centre will look good.
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I try to give people's home an modern way of looking their home.
Middle one - Beige Color Vitrified Tile.
The last one (or right most one) is probably the most neutral and bound to look good with everything. The grey and brown ones are very interesting, but bold and need your furniture, walls and curtains to compliment them.
The selection of the tiles always depends on the function of the room, size, who is going to use the room, whats his/her taste of color, what theme the space user would like to have. However, all the tiles are looking great except the second one from the right.
So I suggest you to look into the size of the room and its type and than what theme you want to have for each room than select the tiles.
I am assuming you haven't finalised your wall colours and colours of any other fixed elements. In case you have finalised your color scheme you would need to see which of these colours blend well or complement with that scheme. Assuming none of this info is available, then you could look at the neutrals which go with all colours. The white tile and the 2 colours at the end would be preferable. If you want color on the floor as well as drama, you can choose from the 2nd options from both sides or even the 1st from left.
high gloss tiles are difficult to keep clean. I think something like, or looks like travertine would be better
Hi,all ideas are nice,but in my opinion you should go for white and brown tiles.But for maintain its beauty you should clean it regularly With over 25 years of experience in this field, we useincredible ideas and techniques for floor cleaning that consist High-speedpolishing, waxing and sealing, honing and grinding. This way you can give your floor or tiles a professional shine.
I like the one on the extreme right - it looks like 'raw silk'. It is neutral, yet warm at the same time and has minimal grain. Whether you choose cool colours (blue or green), or warm ( red, rust or brown) for your soft furnishings, they will go well with this unobtrusive beige. I prefer not to choose a very dominant grain in the flooring, because it limits your choices in upholstery