Matching Your Tiles with Your Furniture
Mixing and matching existing furniture with a new set of tiles can be exhausting especially for homeowners with a taste for design and flare. This can especially be frustrating when you have a space and some discontinued furniture that needs replacing. On the other hand, what if you’re also worrying about a budget?
Below are some fun ways to mix and match furniture with your tiles while staying within a certain number of elements and themes:
Match colors with patterns and vice versa
If you have solid colored white or beige tiles, top them off with colored furniture to bring some color and vibrancy into the room.
Using a variety of floor tiles in different patterns and colors can often be an eye explosion if topped with furniture in a variety of colors and patterns. Match colorful floor tiles and patterns with simpler solid colored furniture to let the tiles stand out!
Follow a theme
Are you looking to have a room with an earth tone theme? Pair earth tones such as brown, green and white, with fellow earth tones such as blue. Don’t limit these colors to your floors and furniture, but to your walls as well.
Are you looking to have a vibrant colored room? If so, look into a variety of patterns or lines on your walls with hues of yellow, red or purple. Simpler colored furniture can bring attention to your walls and floors in this case!
Consider the size of your space
Are you playing with a smaller space? Mirrors are known to make spaces look bigger! Try some mirror subway tiles to add a unique twist to your walls. Mirror subway tiles are of a neutral color and can be used across all room themes. These can easily be paired with any type of furniture.
Whatever your taste may be, today’s modern world allows us no boundaries in decorating our spaces. We’re no longer limited to lines and solid colors, but as well as patterns, or touches of colors depending on what you feel and what will make you feel most relaxed and at home in your own personal space.