While there is no doubt that plain colored walls lay the perfect foundation for incredible decor opportunities, how about spicing up a corner using tiles?
Now hold on! I am not suggesting you make your living room look like an extension of your bathroom or turn your walls into mosaics. These gorgeous tiles are for the modern homes looking to add that extra oomph.
Designed by Patrycja Domanska and Tanja Lightfoot, these patterned tiles will add awe to any room. They come in a range of colors and a range of patterns too, for you to create your own unique design.
I love the asymmetrical surfaces of edgy, that when paired with different color tiles give visually fascinating patterns. These hexagonal 3D tiles add texture and style to walls. They would look absolutely stunning on a living room wall, or in the dining area.
The design of shingle tiles is based on the overlapping tiles used to cover the roof, also called roof shingles. The idea was to create a visual of tiles and leaves overlapping each other, to mimic the interaction of our home exteriors with nature. These tiles do come in colors other than green, for you to create a modern look at home.
I think the green colored shingle tiles will look absolutely gorgeous on any walls near the windows. It would create an illusion of the plants outside slowly crawling up on the walls indoors.
These acoustic tiles are designed by the Swedish design studio Form Us With Love. Apart from their sound absorbing qualities, these tiles will add an element of fun to any room. These tiles are made of BAUX acoustic wood wool, which is an environment friendly and recyclable material. These tiles are fireproof, help in regulating moisture in the room, are low emission and even absorb heat to keep you warm when temperatures drop. All these features together make them extremely energy efficient.
Other than the awesome features, they come in some stunning designs.
The 3D tiles create a beautiful pattern and are ideal for your home office or study room. They would be a gorgeous replacement to your bed’s headboard.
Ginkgo is a species of trees that is considered to be one of the oldest on the planet. Their fossils date back to 270 million years, and what is even more fascinating is that they were the only thing that survived the atomic bombing at Hiroshima. The six trees that survived still stand there today. This historic significance makes ginkgo a symbol of strength and well-being.
These tiles in the shape of ginkgo leaves have been adapted to look like clouds. The tiles are mounted on the wall with magnetic filling, so you can change their design and position whenever you want, making them an interactive decor. They will look absolutely gorgeous in a nursery.
Gaia has an equally beautiful story behind it. In Greek Mythology Mother Earth is called Gaia. The four tiles in each set denotes the four elements: fire, wind, earth and water. These four tiles can be used in any range of combinations, giving your room a colorful and meaningful ambiance.
Rotating these tiles in different directions will generate a new pattern and effect, and will give you millions of ways to decorate your home.
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