The bedroom is your safe haven and the tiles you choose can have a great impact on the overall look and feel of the space. Earlier, most people just preferred to install floor tiles in the bedroom and paint for the walls, but with the advancement of technology and with the increase in the availability of the variety of tiles, nowadays people install fancy wall tiles in their bedrooms too.
Bedroom tiles are available in a variety of colours, designs, materials, sizes and finishes. Manufactured using ceramic, porcelain and vitrified materials, these tiles are durable and long lasting. Available in designs such as marble, wooden, geometric, stone, mosaic, cement, and floral, you can be sure of finding a tile that works with your design scheme. The bedroom tiles are available in multiple finishes, such as glossy, super glossy, matte, satin matte and lapato. These tiles are also available in a large variety of sizes, ranging from small format to large format, such as 600x600mm, 800x2400mm, 395x395mm and 195x1200mm.
Some of the most popular bedroom tiles at Orientbell Tiles are Canto Ocean, SDM Tropical Blue FL, SDG Zonte Brown DK, PGVT Onyx Beige and PGVT Statuario Natura.
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Give your bedroom an opulent look with the DC Canto Ocean tile. With a subtle granite-like design imprinted on its surface, this white and grey tile is a large format tile, measuring 800x800mm. The light colour and the reduced number of grout lines, thanks to its large size, can make your space appear brighter and larger. Pair it with dark coloured furniture for a dramatic look.
When in doubt, go the marble way. The PGVT Statuario Natura is a marble tile that can be used on both floors and walls. With its dramatic veined design this large 600x1200mm tile is a great choice for those who want to add some visual complexity to their bedroom. Use it on an accent wall behind the headboard or on the floor - the tile will definitely turn heads!
Brown tiles are known to add an earthy touch to any space that they are installed in and if that is a look you are looking for, then the PGVT Monaco Brown is just the tile for you. This neutral tile pairs well with almost any colour on the spectrum, uplifting brighter colours and serving as a perfect backdrop for neutrals. This large 600x12000mm tile can be used on both floors and walls and its glossy finish reflects enough light to brighten up your space.
Grey is the new black and if it is grey that your heart wants the PGVT Travertine Grey is the perfect tile for your bedroom. The beautiful travertine tile has a subtle, yet noticeable pattern on its surface and measures 600x1200mm. Pair the tile with grey furniture for a monochromatic look or add some bright furniture pieces for a more stylish look.
Tiles are a long term investment and choosing the right tiles for your bedrooms is imperative. Here are some tips to keep in mind while choosing the tiles for your bedroom:
Before you even start looking for a tile it is best to decide a rough budget you would like to allocate for tiles. This may or may not include installation costs (depending upon your overall budget). Generally, ceramic tiles cost lower than vitrified tiles. Similarly, most small format tiles cost less than large format tiles.
All tiles have a stated usage. While most bedrooms are low traffic zones and you can use almost any tile in them, it is best to research the different tile materials and their usage before you foray into tile buying.
The size of the tile you choose will depend upon the size of your room. Generally, larger tiles are preferred in the bedroom since they have a lower number of grout lines and give your bedroom a spacious feel. If you are unsure of what tile size to opt for, you can never go wrong with a mid-sized tile, such as 600x600mm.
The colour scheme of your room has a great impact on your mood, so choose the colour scheme wisely. For bedrooms, people often prefer lighter colours or neutral colours, since they are relaxing and make it easier for you to unwind and fall asleep. This does not mean you cannot use bright colours in your bedroom – you can opt for bright pockets, such as on an accent wall or in the form of colourful throw pillows, to infuse some colour into the space without impacting your sleep.
The design of the tile you choose depends upon various factors, such as the overall theme, colour scheme, upholstery, furniture, etc. You can opt for the same patterned tiles for your floors and walls or opt for a patterned floor and plain wall or vice versa – the possibilities are endless!
While looking for tiles (or any other material that we install in our homes), often we look for tiles that are easy to clean and maintain. Tiles, generally, are easy to clean and often just a swipe of a wet mop is enough to get them gleaming. They also do not require regular maintenance processes, such as sealing, waxing or polishing, making them pretty easy to maintain. Opt for ceramic or vitrified tiles for ease of maintenance.
Bedroom tiles are available in a number of finishes. From the smooth glossy to the rustic matte to the gritty lapato – the choices are endless. Glossy tiles will reflect maximum light, making your space brighter and giving it a more spacious look, while matte tiles are rough and easy to walk on, even when wet, and can add a more rustic look to your space. The finish you choose will depend upon two factors – functionality and aesthetic. Some of the more polished glossy tiles can be slippery while wet and matte tiles do not reflect much light and can make the space look darker. So, consider both aspects before you finalise a tile.
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1. What tiles is best for bedroom?
While almost all tiles can be used in the bedroom, ceramic and vitrified tiles work best in the bedroom. This is because these tiles are durable, long lasting and easy to maintain.
2. Which colour tiles is good for bedroom?
The best colour for the bedroom is a colour that promotes relaxation and sleep. For this reason colours such as blue, white, green, light pink and beige are often the preferred choice.
3. Does tile look good in bedrooms?
Yes, tiles look good in bedrooms. They can be used on both floors and walls and can give the space a striking look.
4. What tiles make a bedroom look bigger?
Light coloured large format tiles can make your bedroom look bigger. This is because light colours reflect maximum light and brighten up a space, making it look bigger. With large format tiles you need a lesser number of tiles to cover the area, resulting in a lower number of grout lines, giving the look a seamless unbroken look that makes the space feel bigger.
With TriaLook, Orientbell Tiles’ tile visualisation tool, you can easily select and buy tiles for your space. Simply upload a picture of your space and select the tiles of your choice – the tool will provide you with a realistic image of how your space will look post tile installation. This tool can be accessed on the desktop as well as mobile website.
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