Cool and warm colour, pastel and neutral shades combine with the different surface effects for constantly new looks.
Choose your preferred colour and see how the environment changes appearance.
Whether it’s everyday living space or a working environment, whether you trust to chromotherapy or the total look, the choice of the colours of ceramic slabs and tiles when designing a building or an interior is fundamental, because they have a strong emotional impact. The colours we place on the large surfaces of walls and floors can positively affect individual comfort and wellbeing.
It is important to select the right colour both for the location and for the people who use it (a kids’ bedroom, a study, a snug, etc.) because every colour evokes different moods.
A beige or brown porcelain stoneware floor is strongly linked to the earth and the natural elements and is perfect for creating warm, relaxing interiors.
The most obvious impact is that of the wall covering, which may be extremely atmospheric, and also generate optical effects which make the room seem larger if porcelain stoneware tiles in a large size and in pale shades such as beige or white are used.
Grey floor tiles give the room a youthful, contemporary character, and in the case of anthracite or black they are also very elegant and glamorous.
Terracotta colour is absolutely recommended for anyone wishing to carry the mind back to the past and the warmth of old farmhouses. The combination of terracotta colour floor and wall tiles with bright, colourful furniture maintains a strong impression familiar to us all.
Once the colour of the floor and wall coverings has been chosen, it is important to consider the tone of the tiles, meaning the depth of the colour used; this factor can modify the way we perceive space, making interiors seem more light-filled and ensuring that even small spaces, such as the hallway of a house, appear to be larger.