Texture and Colour
We all know the part happens in the kitchen and with Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas providing the ideal opportunity to get your friends and family over, now is the perfect time to give your kitchen some TLC. Interior designers are encouraging us to mix it up by using a variety of textures and colours in our kitchens. Tiling your kitchen white white tiles will provide a fantastic base colour and will make it far easier to introduce bright colours to your decor.
Jet Black may sound like a scary prospect but if introduced in smaller quantities it’s definitely not scary at all. Accessories and soft furnishings are a great way of introducing darker colours to your home without creating a gloomy atmosphere. TOP TIP: Grout white tiles with an anthracite grout to create the perfect monochrome look.
One of the hottest autumnal trends for 2018 is the use of floral wall murals. These striking murals add colour and warmth to any room and when teamed with simple accessories, they can help create a really beautiful and inviting room. If you love the idea of florals but don’t want an entire wall mural, why not tile an area of your kitchen or bathroom with floral tiles instead? We particularly love the Laura Ashley and Ted Baker ranges.
If you shy away from bold but love the tranquil effect of neutral hues then this next trend is ideal for you. Named as one of the hottest trends by House Beautiful, ‘Modern Neutrals’ is all about wooden furniture accompanied by modest home accessories. TOP TIP: Compliment your neutral decor with light coloured tiles and grouts.
Who doesn’t love the warmth and colour created by artisan folk inspired interiors? Wood-effect floor tiles are the ideal addition to this trend helping to create a room that is aesthetically pleasing whilst creating a cosy atmosphere that will be much loved throughout the colder months.
Source: House Beautiful