Interior, Luxury Pattern: Styles and Patterns of Floor Tiles
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Flooring is not always about the function to allow us walk properly and comfortably in our own house. Can you imagine walking inside a house where the floors are not using floor tiles but ground, soil, and dirt instead? Well, another benefit you can get from installing flooring in your house is to decorate your home and make it look more comfortable and attractive. Wall paints, furniture, doors and windows are not enough to make your house become a place that offers pleasant sight for our eyes. So, here are some floor tile patterns that you should know when you are considering on buying floor tiles for decorative purpose.
Floor tile patterns generally range from diagonal, offset, checkerboard, pinwheel, and basketweave. Each of these tile patterns has different effects on your home decoration. First, the conventional pattern is perfect for houses with simplicity and minimalist theme. You can instead play with colors to add more decorative effects. Secondly, the diagonal pattern can give your home a more expanded atmosphere, as if the room seems larger than it is. The offset pattern looks like stacks of bricks, and it’s perfect for houses that use laminate or hardwood flooring. The checkerboard one can create a more classy appearance in your house. It’s not just black and white (just like in chess game board), but you can also choose other colors that are contrasting with each other. Then, the pinwheel style is a small square surrounded by four larger ones, and the result of this composition is a seemingly-dynamic look of the floor tiles. Lastly, the basketweave pattern uses squares and rectangles to make the floor look like woven.
So, have you made your choice yet? Each of these floor tile patterns has its own distinctive decorative effects on your house, and it’s up to you which one you find best. So, choose amazing floor tile patterns to maximize and enhance the beauty of your house!
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