October 24, 2022
Wall tiles, floor tiles or decorative tiles. Tile has always played an important role in kitchens. Its ability to adapt to different types of interior design and the infinite combination possibilities with the furniture make these pieces the ideal choice.
The warmth of beige
Neutral tones have taken over the walls and surfaces of these rooms. The chromatic range of beige and grey is brought into kitchens, in the form of tiles, to achieve spaces full of design and visual cleanliness.
One of the main trends in the installation of tiles in this room is hydraulic tiles. Geometric prints are repeated in a sequential and orderly fashion, giving rise to spaces with personality and character, in which the combination of warm colours predominates in kitchen tiles with walnut furniture (E4.40 Negro Emotions Mate Roble Noche Kitchen from Gamadecor).
Another possible combination is the matt effect tile in lighter tones (Parma Leather, from L'Antic Colonial) with laminated flooring, which creates warm and cosy rooms.
Grey, a space neutraliser
Traditionally, grey has been associated with the most modern styles. The current trend is the use of several shades of this colour to create a gradient effect.
The combination of the greyish tile with a matt finish for the wall tiling (Matera Deco Acero from L'Antic Colonial) with the marble flooring (Aston model from L'Antic Colonial), in the same tone, is perfect for large, open spaces.
The combination of tile with teak or oak kitchen furniture creates an atmosphere in which to enjoy cooking or good conversation. The installation of grey-toned porcelain surfaces (Liem Grey Nature from XTONE®) produces sophisticated atmospheres.
In recent seasons, cement-effect ceramics in beige and grey (Nantes Caliza and Bottega Acero, both from Porcelanosa) have made a strong appearance in kitchens, transforming them into resistant and personal spaces; reproducing an industrial or contemporary style.