March 13, 2023 | Updated: June 29, 2023


The best décor combinations with light floors

Warm tones create a sense of light and spaciousness in spaces

The choice of a light colour for the floor allows for a wide range of possibilities for the creation of interior design and combinations with other ranges, and gives prominence to the furniture and the rest of the decorative elements of the room.

Natural wood

For a relaxed atmosphere, the use of light natural wood floors creates a simple and minimalist style (Parquet Classic 1L Herringbone Grey, from L'Antic Colonial). The placement of the slats also influences the final decoration of the floor and the room: in herringbone, chevron, geometric... For natural wood floors, grey stands out in the decoration: furniture, sofas, tables...


For years, wood-effect ceramics have been the main alternative to conventional parquet due to their technical performance. For example, for the decoration of light floors, the PARK-KER® Devon model in the Bone or Riviera series is the ideal choice for creating a skirting board with the same pattern and for applying wallpaper or bush-hammered ceramic tiles on top.

Other options for natural wood include laminate flooring or light vinyl flooring, and they offer certain advantages. The combination of the floor tiles in this tine with the furniture and accessories in ecru or white tones enhances the sense of space (AC5 Elegant 1L Cream Laminate or Multiformat Taupe Linkfloor, from L'Antic Colonial).


The large format pieces of this material are the preferred choice for decorating light floors in interior and exterior spaces, facilitating their visual continuity.

Light porcelain floors have a resistant, rigid and compact appearance, which allows the introduction of decorative elements in cool colours such as magenta, applied on armchairs, cushions or vases (XTONE Glem White Polished). The contrast of tones creates a balanced interior design.

An original light floor option is the combination of two terrazzo tones (STON-KER® Treviso Arena and Treviso Beige, from Porcelanosa). They provide a modern and cosmopolitan feel to the space, which can be rounded off with mustard, pine green and even black tones.

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