Three Styles That Use Wood-Effect Tiles and Flooring

If you’re looking for ideas that bring warmth and an inviting ambience into your home then you might like to think about a natural wood effect. Here are three styles we’ve put together for you to consider.

Contemporary Minimalism (inspired by this blog post by @pangaea_designs)

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Minimalism brings freedom from the all-consuming passion to possess. Let go of the clutter and give your home some room to breathe. It’s about slowing life down and simplicity. Less is more.

Natural surfaces, wood effects and straight lines look amazing. Choose high-quality and beautiful material, then let it stand on its own. Add one or two pieces of statement furniture: the pallet bed seen above is a good example of a personal twist.

A Parisian Style (inspired by this Apartment Therapy blog post)

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The ‘Parisian’ look is a mix of old and new, traditional design and modern. It’s a style that never dates. It’s about mixing it up with well-chosen vintage furniture and fresh new walls and floors. Make it look effortless.

The key is to understand that Paris apartments are notoriously dark so you need to maximise the amount of white and light. Invest in a rug or two.

Rugged and Rustic

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A Rustic style emphasises natural materials and repurposing. Interiors draw warmth from wood and a roughness around the edges. For the homely appeal of an old farm cottage, try wood effect tiles on the walls, striking a beautiful contrast against the stone. Embrace plenty of earthy tones, and comfortable furniture for when you just want to put your feet up and relax.

For those of you interested in a fusion style, the second picture shows how vintage elements can be brought into a modern space. Replace the technology of a modern life with a simple set up of literature and a few vintage-styled personal touches. Choose a striking shade for your wall to tie the theme together.

Functional Spaces

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It’s important that an investment into your home stands the test of time. The hardiness of wood effect tiles makes them perfect for functional spaces.  They look natural and are easy to look after. They’re hard wearing, heat and water resistant and much less likely to fade than real wood.

To find out more about any of our floor tiles, or the designs discussed above, please get in touch with the Roccia team. We’re here to help you.

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