August 25, 2020
Plain, textured, marble or wood-effect, the firm's ceramic floor tiles adapt to any type of project, offering a continuous design that improves the livability of the home.
There are as many types of kitchens as there are different tastes. L-shape, U-shape, open-plan or with an island, the design of this space can be personalised according to the user's tastes and needs, giving the room a touch of distinction with collections inspired by nature or art. This is what Porcelanosa offers with its ceramic floor tiles, whose shades and finishes make it possible to increase the luminosity and aesthetic possibilities of each kitchen, with multiple combinations. We list them below:
1. For the more classic style: Imitation marble floors
For more classic kitchens that are looking to achieve a distinctive touch, we recommend the Fontana collection. Inspired by white Carrara marble, these porcelain tiles reproduce the veins and natural brightness of the marble with the technical properties of ceramics. Its white surface and defined edges refine each of the areas of this room.
The Xtone E9.30 Nylo Noir Pulido kitchen from Gamadecor is one example of contemporary classic, combining natural wood with Fontana Matt floor tiles, or the E4.90 Lime Mate kitchen, also by Gamadecor. Its main structure fuses wood with marble and creates a harmonious balance with the Indic Gris floor tile.
2. For the more modern style: Cement-inspired floors
If you are looking to create a restaurant space, but with a certain touch of "cool", you can opt for the cement-inspired floor tiles such as VelaSmoked by Porcelanosa. The ceramic pieces in this collection are defined by a soft, greyish surface and can be combined with metallic lamps, hardwood tables or designer high chairs.
3. For the more eco-friendly style: Stone-inspired floors
Those who are looking to create a natural shelter through design can do so with the Durango collection by Porcelanosa (available in four shades: Steel, Silver, Topo and Bone). Its design reproduces natural stone and matches perfectly with that Raw interior design, based on the beauty of imperfection with wooden stools, the combination of textures, geometric textiles or cool colours such as blue or green.
4. Warm kitchens: Hardwood-inspired floors
Thanks to their ceramic properties, which are resistant to impacts, scratches and extreme temperatures, kitchens with ceramic wood floors are becoming increasingly popular to enhance warmth and translate the essence of the home to these improvised family gathering areas. An example of this is the open-plan kitchen Bieder E6.90. Here, wooden furniture is combined with metal lamps, minimalist leather chairs and rectangular mirrors of various dimensions. The various decorative elements are brought under the same aesthetic line with floor tiles Tanzania Almond, which bring an end to divisions between areas thanks to their continuous design and infinite oak effect grain.
Tanzania Almond 25 cm x 150 cm