The living room is the business card of the house, the place that, in the new living criteria of domestic spaces, we find immediately in front of our eyes, or just past the entrance. An active centre with multiple functions, from a dining room to a lounge for relaxation, which can become a home office for doing your own work from there. Let's continue on our journey through home spaces with some tips on living room tiles. We're not just going to talk about flooring for the living room, but also tile ideas for the walls.
Living room floor: a guide to tiles for the living room
For the living room floor, let's follow the colour theme: do you love environments characterised by cold tones, minimalist furnishings inspired by Scandinavian atmospheres? Shades of grey on the living room tiles set the stage for essential multifunctional spaces. The stone-effect porcelain tiles of the Chorus collection best expresses this style, enhancing furnishings with neutral or natural tones. Moving from grey tones to the warm beige of the same collection, we are transported to modern environments, which go well with fresh furnishings made of natural materials, from wood to rattan.
If your style is modern, with references to the history of interior design, it is interesting to consider the warm tones of the natural wood effect in the living room floor, combined with the strength and practicality of porcelain tiles. Different nuances express in the wood effect: a look at the Ultramod collection, for example, will tell us about a modern style with its strong and intense colours or will recall Nordic atmospheres through the brighter colours.
The marble effect might seem appropriate only for classic environments, but browsing through the Ceramiche Keope catalogue we'll find some striking examples for your own contemporary style. A living room with marble-effect porcelain tiles using, for example, the Ceramiche Keope Elements Lux collection, can be furnished with today's taste, as well as with antiques and modern antiques. Elements Lux colours for the living room floor range from an evocative white to an elegant dark marble effect.
In some projects, tiles are installed on a living room wall: a risky choice? Imagine large slabs in natural effects, such as stone and marble, installed on the wall: the result will add character to large spaces that looked previously particularly bare.
Living room floors with Keope collections
The Ceramiche Keope catalogue, full of examples and images, will give you an idea of the performance of porcelain tiles when laid on living room floors. Browse its collections and discover the nuances that meet your taste.