December 4, 2019 | Updated: December 19, 2019


Real Homes: Living rooms designed by PORCELANOSA Group

To create warm spaces throughout the home, the company banks on combining materials ranging from ceramic wood to geometric wall tiles.

The living rooms which connect with the kitchen and the dining room use large collections such as XTONE and HIGHKER to unify the different areas of the home with the same aesthetic.

Sometimes, spaces can hold precious memories. They can also project images and tell stories. And that set of scenes or experiences have found their main stage right in the living room. To achieve this atrezzo and turn the room into the centre of the scene or the house, PORCELANOSA Group opts for creating infinite rooms which, in turn, connect and fit with the rest of the house.

Open plan living rooms connecting the kitchen and the dining room use large collections such as XTone and HighKer to unify the different areas within a home and create something visually appealing. Using these Premium collections, PORCELANOSA Group ensures your living room takes centre stage.

Vintage rooms

One of the key points for designing a vintage room is to turn less into more. Hence, the decor leans toward vintage furniture, chandeliers, retro paintings, Cheslong or Chesterfield sofas, wooden shelves or oriental carpets.

The dark tones in decorative elements such as cushions and tables will provide that authentic touch if the living room incorporates floors like the Forest Maple ceramic parquet floor by Par-Ker (Porcelanosa) or the Prada Caliza wall tile with Nobu Roble.


Balanced and harmonic living rooms

These types of multipurpose rooms are defined by an orderly distribution of decorative elements. The objective is to gain space by reinforcing the personality of each area with sober, resistant and bright materials. This is the case with the Newport Beige collection by Venis, inspired by the look and texture of cement. Through its six colours: White, Beige, Natural, Gray, Acero and Dark Gray; Newport allows for continuous spaces without separations to be designed, due to its homogeneous and unified design.


In those living rooms with large windows or in living rooms with terraces attached, the use of collections such as Magma Black or Rivoli by Venis increase the majestic feel within spaces. By using these collections, white accessories and furniture like industrial style minimalist lamps and nude silk and linen textiles can help you achieve this regal look.


Contemporary living rooms

Metallic, glossy or marbled finishes will add a striking feel to your room. The bold colours and geometric or embossed wall tiles will make you feel as though you have just walked into an art gallery.

To help you achieve this, PORCELANOSA Group banks on the large formats from XTone by Urbatek or the copper, steel and wood mosaics by L’Antic Colonial. Living rooms using XTone provide character and originality whilst also enhancing its spaciousness. Its technical properties, among which its variety of 6.9mm and 12mm thicknesses, include being easy to clean, its resistance to heat and stains and its hygienic features.


Another series that can be used in this type of living room is Downtown Clear from L’ Antic Colonial, whose oak plywood pieces create geometric shapes adding to the contemporary style.


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