With the speed of growing housing regions and building apartment buildings; whether you’re in a rental flat or a townhouse, you’re looking for a room. To make your home interior appear larger than it really is, you don’t need to crush your walls. Occasionally, all you need to do is trick your eye creatively. And the floor is the finest creative way.
Here are a few considerations to keep in mind when choosing the right tile for your smaller area.
- CHOOSE THE RIGHT COLOUR – Light and neutral colours offer an accessible and airy impression to space, making it look bigger while drawing from outside in the natural sunlight. Think of tiles that are natural and neutral, whitewashed or light wood-looking.
- CREATE A SEAMLESS LOOK – Installing one type of tile in the entire house will produce a seamless feel that will assist flow one room into another. This causes smaller rooms to appear larger and a portion of something larger within your home. Many tiles come in various styles–such as polished, sharpened and non-slip–which implies you can look the same all over, and even flow from indoor to outdoor room.
- PARALLEL OR DIAGONAL FLOORING – Believe it or not, the installation of your flooring can create an enormous distinction in your space’s appearance. A nice option is to attach parallel or diagonal tile such as rectangular tiles to the room’s longest wall. This will make space look more spacious immediately.
- TRY LARGER TILES – Making your space feel bigger and giving it that seamless look is easily achieved by installing bigger (1000×1000) or large format tiles (2400×1200), and reduces the number of grout lines. This popular trick works really well, not only for small spaces but for open plan areas as well.
There you have it, four of the most effective tricks to make any room feel larger. If you have any other tricks on making your space feel bigger than we didn’t share in this blog post, feel free to share them with us in the comment section below.