Below are 4 ideas on how you can bring patterned flooring into your home. Our friends at Gemini Tiles are also giving one lucky reader the chance to WIN six boxes of tiles from the Cuban range, keep reading to find out more.
When it comes to decorating your home it is easy to get lost among all the different design trends. In this influx of ideas we often forget what our individual style is. Decorating your home to reflect your personality and style is a great way to embrace trends while expressing your individuality. Patterned tiles are an easy way to achieve this and offer the perfect opportunity for you to add some fun and personality into your home whilst maintaining functionality.
While patterned wall tiles tend to be a bold choice for your home, patterned floor tiles are a great alternative to the more common, neutral flooring options on the market. They don’t always have to be bright and bold though, the Cuban range from Gemini Tiles includes four distinct tiles, which can be used to create varying designs for your flooring.
Victorian Hallway Tiles
Victorian hallways are proof that patterned floors don’t have to be a bold, eccentric statement. When used in the entryways of a period property these Victorian tiles embody traditional design styles that honour the building’s history.
Match Monochrome with Colourful Tiles
We know that colourful patterns can look a little overwhelming, especially when used on a large floor space. Pair a monochrome floor design with bold, colourful walls for a style statement
Combine Rustic Style with Patterned Tiles
When combined with natural wood finishes and rattan furniture, patterns like Silver Sky and White Star from Gemini Tiles’ Cuban range introduce a subtle, rustic style into your home, proving pattern doesn’t only belong in bold design schemes
Bring Pattern Into Busy Rooms
Patterned floor tiles are not only a great design addition in your home; their design conceals general wear and tear in kitchens and other rooms with high footfall.
For more inspiration, head to the Gemini Tiles blog to read this pattern tile guide from blogger Maxine Brady.
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