Stylish Interior Design | Harmony of Wood and Tiles in Decor
The new year; will be the years of organic transformation, functional natural materials, clean colors and continuous lines of practical and simple field regulation. Organic comfort and elegance combined with imagination will transform the design into an artistic play…
Of course, our homes will get the most from these trends.
The trend of ’tiles and wood’, which is prevalent worldwide in cafes and restaurants, is now beginning to slip into the houses.
The Practice of Hexagonal Tiles in Flooring
One of the great combinations of wood and tiles is hexagonal tiles and wooden floors.
But not as you know it. The bathroom is not only with the tiles, and the kitchen is not only with wood flooring. Also, it is not that half of the room is wood flooring and half of the room is tile flooring.
Now, homeowners and designers are pursuing innovations that do not limit the imagination, as well as contemporary styling.
You can apply designs that are mixed with two flooring materials and wherever you want in your home.
These two-floor materials will meet in a harmonious and so far from sharp lines; also both decorative, healthy and organic.
Let’s force your imagination
When it comes to a bathroom design, let your imagination and creativity flow. Complete the bathroom functionality with artistic touches.
Design your kitchens like a table that away from the traditional flooring shapes.
Two materials that elegant and easy to maintain; wood and tiles. The rest is up to your taste and your design imagination.
You can find more samples in our gallery;
Creative combination of two types of flooring – tile and wooden floor
Who said that two different materials on the floor, such as wood in the living room and kitchen tiles, have to be connected at right angles?
After all, you can use the shapes of boards, tiles or panels and play with the composition. Paola Navone, the designer of the apartment in a post-industrial building in Italy, showed great beauty. The central position of the table was further emphasized by laying the materials on the floor.
Here, two different materials of the same shape – tiles and parquet – are merged to create a smooth transition between the “wet” and “dry” zones.
The variations on this subject the floor can be composed of panels of different colors.