Why Choose Tiles for Your Living Room?

When renovating or restyling your home, there are many factors to consider, such as the maintenance of the materials you use and the overall aesthetic of your choices. For example, tiles are a great choice for both floors and walls, but some people avoid them due to misconceptions that they make a room cold and don’t provide a homely feel. 

So, we’re delving into all the reasons why you should choose tiles for your living room. We’re taking a look at the benefits of tiles for a living room, including their incredible durability and sleek style. We will also explore how tiles can help you make the most out of your space as well as how the tile experts here at Roccia can assist you with your design projects. 

The Benefits of Tiles for a Living Room 

As tile suppliers, we understand there are plenty of benefits to choosing tiles for any room of your home, including the living room. Whether you want concrete effect tiles or something else to suit your preferred aesthetic, each style and material provides its own set of style benefits, but all have the same overall advantages; let’s take a look. 

Durability and Low-Maintenance 

When it comes to your living room’s flooring, you need to choose a durable and low-maintenance material. This area receives a considerable amount of daily traffic, so it’s important that you select your flooring based on how long it will last to avoid having to repair or replace it sooner than you may like to. Tiles are an excellent choice for your flooring, as they are incredibly durable. Most tiles, when installed professionally, will last much longer than 20 years, and by that time, you will probably want to refresh your style anyway. 

Similarly, their maintenance is surprisingly low, and they can be swept, wiped, mopped, and steam cleaned as often as you need without the worry of fading or lifting as you would with laminate or carpet. 

Modern and sleek white large format tiles in a contemporary living room 

Stylish and Modern 

One of the stand-out advantages of choosing tiles for your living room space is that they look incredible. If you want the WOW factor in your home, then tiles are exactly what you need. For example, our Versace tiles encapsulate everything it means to be sleek and stylish with their bold and impressive designs. These tiles take inspiration from the rich history of the fashion house and the lifestyle of the modern celebrity, are guaranteed to elevate your living room and provide your home with a taste of luxury sure to impress your guests. 

Tiles, even those without the designer label, are a fantastic modern flooring choice and are sure to stand the test of time against other options, such as carpet. 

Additionally, for an even more contemporary look, choose feature wall tiles. Although wall tiles may not be particularly common for a lounge, there’s no reason they shouldn’t be. They provide a luxurious feeling to any room they are installed in and will make your space feel elegant and high-class. 

Perfect for Busy Households 

The durability and low maintenance of floor tiling make them the best option for busy households. Whether you have a bustling family home and children who like to run around with drinks and snacks, or you love to host a party and don’t want to worry about who knocks over a glass of fizz, tiles are the way forward. For example, ceramic floor tiles are the perfect solution for a busy household where spills and mess are to be expected. Their water-resistant protective layer ensures that water can be mopped up easily, and stains are obsolete as the liquids will just sit on top of the tile. In addition, due to their durability, you don’t need to worry about cracks or scratches, as their hard surface will protect against everyday trauma. 

Beautiful modern wooden tiles in a contemporary farmhouse style home with blue soft furnishings Enlarge Your Space for Large Format Tiles 

If you’re looking to create the illusion of a more expansive space, large format floor tiles are an excellent choice. The larger the individual tile, the less amount of breaks and grout lines you will have on your floor, meaning the spotless and more open the space will feel. Large format tiles work well in all rooms, but open-plan living rooms beg for the use of this type of flooring. They expand the space, making it feel lighter, brighter, and airier, which is ideal for those looking to make the most out of every inch of their room. 

Can You Still Get a Cosy and Homely Aesthetic With Tiles? 

One of the most common misconceptions about tiles in living room spaces is that they do not provide the cosy and homely feel that other flooring options, such as carpet, offer. As leading tile suppliers in the UK, we disagree for several reasons, such as: 

  • Tiles do not affect the room temperature, so you don’t need to worry about them making your living room feel colder compared to carpet. 
  • A combination of materials and textures makes a room feel complete. For example, you could have tiled flooring, a brick fireplace, and a wooden coffee table. If planned and styled correctly, this will give a much better, homely aesthetic than other flooring options. 
  • There are so many tile styles, materials, and patterns to choose from, meaning they can fit any personal style you want. For example, if you’re looking for a rustic farmhouse aesthetic, wood effect floor tiles would be a great choice to help warm your room and provide a cosy feel. 

If you’re not yet convinced that tiles would look incredible in your living room, please don’t hesitate to contact our award-winning design team, who will be more than happy to help you with your plans. 

Additionally, enquire online for your FREE design consultation and visit our tile showroom, where you can see your living room plans come to life in person. 

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