The Interior Perspective
When planning a new interior design, we often get caught up in a definite mindset about the “rules” for each room. A living room should have painted walls, a couch and an entertainment area. A kitchen should have some wall tiles and floor tiles and is usually designed in a neutral colour palette. These are a few of the common guidelines we give ourselves when renovating an area.
We’ve decided to change perspective and think externally from “the box”. Here are some new ideas that don’t fit the norm, but still create a highly impactful space.
Wood in a Bathroom
Influenced by the concept of a solid block, the Blox range embodies the idea of a solid and stable solution. New from Imola the Blox range is a reliable and versatile tile that comes in 6 fabulous colours: Dark Beige, Beige, White, Silver, Grey, Dark Grey.
Colourful Kitchen Tiles
Using colour in a kitchen can not only have an appetizing effect, but it is a great way to make the space more playful and a statement room in your home.
Wall tiles are the perfect way to add a pop of colour, whether they dominate an entire wall or pop out as a splash back for a sneaky hint of aesthetics.
Wall Tiles in Living Areas
When it comes to wall tiles, the common idea that comes to mind is that they are suitable for bathrooms and kitchen and are not often on the mood board for any other rooms.
Wall tiles create the most striking effect in dining rooms, living rooms, and even bedrooms.