Paris, the capital city of France, is the most romantic and most importantly, the fashion capital of the world. Not just in the sartorial sense, in a way, Paris has its influence on almost everything – food, monuments, infrastructure, and even the rivers (Seine) scream romance and fashion! The monuments and structures in and around the French capital symbolise the culture and heritage of the country that comes out beautifully in many aspects. To experience the Parisian royalty and the rich heritage, you need not necessarily go to the ‘City of Love’ to experience it, you can do that right at your home. The Double Charge tiles in Orientbell Tiles’ Paris series is a fusion of art, culture, and durability. As the name suggests, the tiles are infused together with two layers – the upper one thicker than most standard tiles for heavier traffic and the vitrified base body underneath gives sufficient support to hold the design layer. Upgrade your tiles as per the famous heritage sites and places of Paris, here’s how.
The Basilica of The Sacred Heart of Paris, Sacré-Cœur, is a Roman Catholic church located at the summit of butte Montmartre – the highest point of the city. In Orientbell Tiles’s Paris series, the Paris Bianco is inspired by the famous site. The pristine hues of Sacré-Cœur are imbibed in the tiles that are so minimalistic and fulfilling, you would want to turn your entire home into fifty shades of white and its own version of the sacred sanctuary!
The Great Dune of Pilat-inspired
The tallest sand dune in Europe, The Great Dune of Pilat can easily transition into your house without making much of a sandy mess! It attracts more than a million visitors every year, but with Orientbell Tiles’s Paris Sandune Chips, you can bring the attraction right to your doorsteps. The sandpaper-like details on the tiles give you a rugged yet polished look fitting absolutely well into your kitchen flooring.
The Palace of Versailles-inspired
Have you even been to France if you haven’t visited the Palace of Versailles? It’s the iconic heritage, the royal residence of French royalty that was constructed in 1661! It eventually became a symbol of the absolute monarchy system but it can become a symbol of art and subtle history at your home. Orientbell Tiles’s Paris Almond is an ode to the beautiful structure and brings the colour element in the tiles – almond beige. The golden hues to it gives it a more royal touch making it perfect for places where you essentially entertain people and socialise – living room, family room or commercial spaces like restaurant floorings.
You can't say France and Paris without uttering or thinking about the globally-regarded symbol of love – the Eiffel Tower. How romantic would it be if you could have that ambience around you right at your home? Paris Cherry gives you that exact feeling of being around this wonder of the world with its cherry-toned tiles. The cultural icon that the tower is, you can imbue the element at your humble abode as well! The cherry-hued tiles would sync in quite seamlessly on kitchen islands, backsplashes, and even in the balcony lounge area for that subtle and warm sense of calm.
The Arc de Triomphe-inspired
The Paris Crema tiles in Orientbell Tiles’s Paris series symbolises the iconic Arc de Triomphe monument that honours those who fought the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars and were martyred. Naturally, the site holds a great value, meaning, and respect throughout European history. Paris Crema signifies the subtle play of white and beige that is primarily what the monument is made of giving you a slice of French history in the minutest way possible. Add it in your dining area or the bedroom to brighten up the space.
The Paris series, as you may gauge, is a humble and beautiful ode to the most romantic city of the world. Not only that, it brings value and an element of art and fashion to your space making it a fairly unique choice to go with. The entire collection plays with a mix of white and beige hues that will add a warm touch to the ambience while playing it differently from the usual way. Be it the Eiffel Tower or the Palace of Versailles, it's up to you which French culture you want to pay your homage to and feel closer to while remodelling your house!