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5 Tips to Decore your Home with Double Charged Tiles

09 December 2021
5 Tips to Decore your Home with Double Charged Tiles

Revamping your home can be a lot of fun and exciting, but it can also be a daunting undertaking for a person that doesn’t have a creative background. One burning question that always arises while pondering about decorating your home is: How do you maintain your taste without falling overboard? Although it may appear difficult to have each room extend into the next, these 5 interior design tips will assist you in creating the home of your dreams. In this article, we’ll show you how to make a coherent interior design without making every room look the same. From choosing the right floor tile to the perfect wall color, this article will answer the most common queries associated with designing homes! So, without further ado, let’s jump right into it!

Begin With The Right Theme

Having a common theme throughout your home is an easy way to make it look more cohesive. Begin by considering what inspires you, and then use a mix of your preferences and the knowledge you obtained during the research stage to identify design styles you adore. Don’t worry if you find yourself drawn to a variety of styles. You can mix and match to form a unique style of your own. Furthermore, consider what you enjoy…something new or traditional? something earthy or industrial? Ask yourself…Are you a fan of natural motifs? Would you like some vintage accessories? Would you like farmhouse decor? What about a nautical-themed theme? After reaching the correct answer to these answers, choose a look you like and use influences of it throughout your home. You can browse online if you’re not sure which style suits you.

It is advisable to come to a decision for the theme you’ll be considering as that will determine other elements of your design such as the floor tile, wall tile, wall colors, furniture, and other factors!

Choose Effective Flooring

Flooring is an integral ingredient of any interior design recipe and has the power to shape or spoil a space. While the first impressions are made by the visuals, the first physical contact is made with the floor. The floor is the backbone of your design concept and can have a significant impact on the final look.

Despite all this, the importance of flooring is often overlooked, and most of us simply choose marble, tiles, or wood flooring without giving it any thought. Aside from looks, it is advisable to make sure that the flooring material used is both affordable and of decent quality.

When it comes to floors, there are many tile options available such as Glazed Porcelain Tiles, Wooden Tiles, Soluble Salt Tiles, Double Charged Tiles, and more! Recently, Vitrified tiles have dominated the flooring industry, proving to be a superior option to marble, granite, and most other traditional flooring options. In comparison to other traditional options, they’re highly versatile, functional, easy to maintain, and long-lasting— keeping the original look intact! 

What Makes Double Charged Tiles an ideal flooring option?

These tiles are recommended as FloorTile for a variety of reasons! They are thicker than normal tiles, making them perfect for heavy-duty use. Double charge vitrified tiles can be used in several applications and styles- be it Scandinavian, bohemian or traditional. They are dirt and dust resistant, allowing easy upkeep. Furthermore, as each area has a unique visual and functional requirement, these floor tiles are tailored to fit those requirements.

Double Charged TilesAt Lavish, you can select from a wide range of styles, colors, and designs to get the one that best suits your needs. We have some popular collections such as the AMBAS, DELTA, GRASSE, LAKME, and much more! Although the standard size is 60×60, these collections can be customized further as per your specific needs.

Connect With The Walls

Let us now turn our attention to walls. While some of you may like a different color scheme for each room, creating a coherent palette that spans multiple rooms will make your home look more deliberate. Color can also help to create a better flow between spaces that are divided by closed doors. So, use the same palette across multiple spaces, from kitchens to living rooms to bedrooms for optimum visual connection. In this manner, you tie together separate rooms with matching wall colors. 

The same process can be used with wall tiles. However, with wall tiles, you get to mix and match different designs, punches, and surfaces to create a look that truly stands out.

Signature Furniture Pieces

Consider the materials you’re buying when shopping for furniture and accessories. To tie the rooms together, use similar materials in each room, such as wicker, glassware, or wood. Don’t go overboard in creating combinations, rather try to create a subtle impact that doesn’t look forced. Keep in mind, your furniture and functionality need to go hand in hand, so choose pieces that are both aesthetically pleasing and functional!

If you’re decorating a living room, you should usually begin with a sofa or couch and work your way up. Once you place this central furniture, it’s so much easier to add accent pieces, colors, cushions, and other items around it. Also, place the big furniture pieces in such a way that the entryways aren’t obstructed!

Add Features That Catch The Eye

The most crucial part of any home is “you”. Add something that defines your personality; add an element of surprise or something so unique that could kickstart a conversation, such as a distinctive wall painting in the hallway or a big luxurious chandelier, or add some statement props in the living room. In this way, not only do you inject your space with flair, but also convey your unique identity.

We hope these quick tips would have sparked some inspiration to help you decorate your home beautifully. For more details on floor tiles, wall tiles, and other design inspirations, you can visit Lavishceramics.com, and be sure to also follow us on Instagram & Facebook for more in our tile categories!