Metallic tiles are a must for those wanting to create a luxurious space within the home. From eye-catching yellow gold to gentle hints of silver, people needn't be cautious of finish as it can really make a home stand out.
Last year, the hot copper trend dominated the pages of all the interior magazines and luckily it has continued into 2016, with shimmery golds and brass being added to the mix.
Metallic tiles work well in both small and large spaces as it has the ability to open up even the smallest of rooms and create an area of defined space and elegance. The shiny effect of the metal also helps to create a soft glow in the room – a result of the light bouncing from every tile.
Retro coppery tones make rooms appear warmer and much more appealing, especially when paired against a contrasting marble worktop, while elegant gold and silver colours can add a touch of eye-catching glamour to any home.
A silver or dark palette gives a classy and chic feel and also remains a must have, timeless colour in any bathroom or kitchen. Dark metallic's work best against crisp white suites and can lift, as well as freshen up, any drab room.
Using metallic tiles in your kitchen and bathroom are a great way to instil some colour and comfort into your home as well as create a beautiful personalised space without straying too far from the popular modern trend we are seeing this year.
For information on our range of metallic tiles, visit our Cheadle showroom on the Stanley Green Trading Estate or call us on 0161 485 1373.
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