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10 May, 2021
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How to Select Tiles For The Living Room

The living room is often considered the most important part of a house. People spend a good sum of money and time to design and set up their living rooms. It is the place where you entertain guests, so it ends up making the first impression. It is also the heart and soul of the whole house where families come together in the evenings or on the weekends. Living room is the place where you socialize when you have visitors or the place where you relax with your loved ones after a long and hectic day at work. So it is but natural that there are a host of things to take into account when you are selecting tiles for your living room

There are tiles that are especially designed for living rooms at Orientbell. You can choose the look and texture, as per your personal choices and likes. Some people like their living room to be vibrant and in your face, while many others like it to be sober and maintain a low profile when it comes to their personal space. Whatever type of living room you want to design, you should keep certain things in mind.

Living Room Tiles Design

Which colour of tiles should I choose for my living room?

The colour of the tiles is probably one of the most important factors to consider for the living room. The colour you choose can set the tone and mood of the space. 

A bright colour scheme can instantly attract anyone’s attention, be it floor tiles or wall tiles. However, bright colours divide opinions, even within families and some of your guests might also get put off by extreme colour options. If you want to make the space acceptable to all, choosing colours that have a soothing and relaxing effect is paramount. The colour scheme in your living room should be of calm and neutral shades to achieve this effect. 

Also, remember that while bright and loud colours may look attractive initially, you tend to get bored of them quickly. On the other hand, neutral shades last longer. Some of the most popular colours used in living rooms are:

  • Beige Tiles
  • Grey Tiles
  • Brown Tiles

Dining Room Tiles Design

What materials are living room tiles made of?

Living room tiles are normally made up of ceramic and vitrified tile materials as this space requires extra strength because of the high footfall compared to other residential spaces. These materials make them dependable and long-lasting and you will find top-quality tiles are Orientbell. These tiles are usually made from double charge, vitrified, and porcelain materials. All these materials give these tiles the necessary longevity and toughness.

What features should you keep in mind before buying living room tiles?

There are certain aspects which you should definitely keep in mind before going out to select tiles for your living room. Now as the floor tiles for the living room have to witness heavy foot traffic, the most important point is that the tiles should have anti-slip qualities which ensures that they are safe to walk on especially for the kids and the elderly people in the house. 

The next aspect to consider is that living room tiles can be prone to stains and scratches. Go for those tiles that give you the anti-stain and abrasion-resistant features. These features will make the tiles last longer, and help them maintain their shimmer. 

Another big thing to look out for before you buy tiles for installation in your living room, especially on the walls, is that they should be resistant to moisture and should prevent leakage as well. This is a huge factor and it will stop any kind of dampness, and make your walls appear as good as new for years and years to come.

Living Room Tiles Design

What sizes of tiles should be used in the living room?

The size of the tiles is another very crucial factor when it comes to deciding on the tile design for your living room. The larger the tiles, the roomier and more spacious your space will look. Bigger tiles also mean lesser grout lines in your living room, which can add to the beauty and neat look of your favourite place. Also, larger tiles have a more modern and stylish look as compared to smaller tiles. If you take larger tiles in light colours, then your room will indeed look very airy and big.

At Orientbell, you will get a wide variety of living room tiles in terms of colours, patterns, designs and textures. Choose your favourite look by trying the TriaLook and Quick Look features on the Orientbell website.

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Mannika Mitra

Mannika Mitra is an Arts Graduate from the Delhi University & a Post-Graduate Diploma holder in Journalism and Mass Communication. She has worked as a digital producer with new agency; ANI, NDTV & Hindustan Times before joining Orientbell Tiles as a part of their digital and content marketing team. Her interest in interior design and knowledge of tiles comes from her family of architects and Tile Shop owners. In her quest to write useful blogs that help users pick the right tiles and renovation inspiration, she frequently does research with architects, tile dealers among others. Apart from writing content for the website she loves to travel, know about various cultures and binge watch on OTT platforms.

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