7 October 2020
Here's our list of some of PORCELANOSA Group's most eye-catching designer collections for a comfortable, practical and cosy living room - whichever interior design style you choose.
The living room is one of the most-used rooms in the house, and it's where we read, work, meet or take a break from work. So when it comes to designing this space, it's essential to plan how the space will be used, select the right materials and work out how you'll incorporate different decorative elements according to your personal taste.
Here at PORCELANOSA Group we want to inspire you and help you get the designer living room look - here are our design ideas, following the latest trends in interior design.
Give your living room an extra dose of originality with pictures, collage style photo displays, statues or even decorative ceramic wall tiles.
If you decide to give your walls a natural look, we'd recommend stone mosaics by L'Antic Colonial. If you're looking for more of an ultra-modern living room, you could opt for Focus White Copper metallic mosaic tiles. If you're looking for clean lines and a wall tile to complement your decor, Aspen White Pangea Polished marble would be another option, with a restrained colour scheme accented with irregular veins to brighten up your space.
If you want to get the industrial or minimalist living room look right, always follow the 'less is more' rule. Restrained, nature-inspired floor tiles, plain textiles, decorative items with clean lines, wrought iron lamps or modular furniture are key pieces to consider if you're looking for this type of aesthetic.
One of Porcelanosa's collections that fits this interior style perfectly is Bottega. The pieces in this collection reproduce the colour schemes and contrasts of concrete, and the designs will give your room a sense of spaciousness and order. Bottega can be used as floor or wall tiles, and will reinforce the feeling of limitless space wherever it's installed.
The collection works beautifully with light textiles, black furniture, ceramic lamps or tempered glass vases.
Berna is another range that works well with industrial interior design, with stone-inspired tiles that will add a touch of sophistication to any room.
Berna Topo 120 cm x 120 cm
Ceramic floor tiles with traditional patterns are becoming more and more popular, thanks to their charm, retro aesthetic and craftsmanship. These tiles are perfect for zoning different areas of your living room or creating a mosaic effect floor.
If you want to give your living room a distinctive edge and add vitality, we recommend going for the Macauba Blue collection by XTONE. This sintered mineral compact is the perfect partner for white sofas, minimalist lighting and lighter textiles such as linen and cotton.
A tip: give a sense of balance to your living room decor by sticking to colours from the same colour family or subtle variations of a colour palette.
Wood is one of the cosiest and most sustainable materials you can use to decorate your home. Its timeless and subtle character makes it the perfect complement to rustic, Nordic or Mediterranean style living rooms, and it goes well with all types of decor.
Par-Ker ceramic wood by Porcelanosa is an ideal option, and is available in a wide variety of tones, designs and formats. Resistant to shock, scratches, high temperatures and wet areas, this is a collection that will suit any project.