Have Fun With The Colors Of Your Floors

As concerns the color scheme of tiles, especially if you chose a natural stone, such as marble, you are probably aware that is not – as regards the basic colors – as wide as that of ceramic tiles. But it fully compensates that by veining, patterns and shades. So much so that you will not be able to find two identical tiles! While the tile arrangement will never look seamless, this ‘defect’ may ensure the dynamism a fully or mostly tiled room would miss due to the clean, monotonous aspect of a substantially tiled area.
As with any other color scheme, you have to consider the function of the room and the other items you would like to place in there. Too gay and exciting colors in your bedroom would prevent you from resting, while too dull colors in your living room may ‘help’ you feel blue or bored. On the same lines, if your tiles are not in a neutral color, you can’t have accessories in unpleasantly contrasting colors. Once you mind these tips, you may proceed to choose and match your marble tiles.
If you plan to have a rustic kitchen, you can go for the beige, earthy tones of tumbled marble tiles for your floor. Both by their aged finish and large sizes are fit in there, making your kitchen look more natural and spacious. The rustic aspect will be also guaranteed by their simplicity, given that no veining or patterns are present in their case. If, on the contrary, you would like to have a modern, elegant-looking kitchen, you would better opt for cappuccino marble tiles that are polished and look stately, due to both their classy color variations and capacity for reflecting light. The beige or light brown color with shades of tan or gold gives these marble tiles not only a sumptuous luster but also an inviting aspect, making you feel the need of a cappuccino coffee, to be shared with your friends in this classy setting.
If you move to the bathroom now, you have to decide whether you want it to look warm and cozy or fashionable and sophisticated. In the first case, you may go for some light beige tumbled tiles that impart a warm and authentic feel, in the second you may resort again to some cappuccino tiles in beige and honey shades that, by their lavish polished finish would give a decorative aspect to your floor.
Whatever color you choose for your marble tiles – brown, white, red or black, enriched by whatever veining, shades or patterns, unlike in the case of colors of other items, make sure you consider also their texture and finish. Polished tiles will look different from the honed or tumbled ones, even if coming in the same color or shade.

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