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Our Top Tips for Creating a Warm and Welcoming Family Space

Home is where the heart is, and nothing makes a house feel like home quite like warm, inviting spaces. In recent years, tile, tap and sanware trends have been shifting towards creating spaces that are not only functional, but also welcoming and comfortable for families. Here are some of our favourite trends that can help you create a warm and inviting family space in your home.

Soft Colour Palettes

Soft colour palettes are a trend that has been gaining popularity in the world of tiles and sanware. The use of soft colours like pale pink, soft blue, and gentle greens create a calming and peaceful atmosphere. These colours are perfect for bathrooms, where a soothing environment is ideal. Products such as the Cielo E Terra Matt, which comes in pastel shades of pink, blue, yellow, brown, and grey, as well as the Fap Milano Texture Triangol in its powdery blue shade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natural Textures

The trend towards natural textures has been growing in popularity for some time now. Homeowners are looking for materials that mimic natural and organic textures and have a timeless quality. Textured tiles, such as wood-look porcelain tiles, are a great way to bring this trend into your home. These tiles mimic the look and feel of wood but are much more durable and easier to maintain. We’d recommend the Valparaiso Natural Matt or the Jazz Oak Matt tiles.

Mixing and Matching

Another popular trend is the use of mixed materials. Mixing and matching different materials can create a unique and personalized look in your home. For example, pairing wood-look porcelain tiles with natural stone, or combining different shapes and sizes of tiles can create a beautiful and interesting feature in your home. This is also useful to create multi-functional spaces.  The Borba range of natural stone look tiles, available in various colours, can be a great choice to experiment with mixing and matching.

Matt Finishes

Matt finishes have been growing in popularity in recent years. This trend can be seen in both tile and sanware design, where matt finishes are used to create a softer, more subtle look. Matt finishes are also great for hiding dirt and smudges, making them a practical choice for family homes. Products such as the Estone White Matt tiles, or the Gio Elena Square Matt Black Counter Top Basin can be great options to consider.

Statement Taps

Taps are often overlooked as a design feature in the bathroom or kitchen, but they can make a big impact when chosen wisely. Statement taps are a popular trend that can add personality and style to any space. Bold colours, interesting shapes, and unique finishes can all be used to create a statement tap. The Kohler Vive in Rose Gold is a beautiful statement tap that can be a great addition to your home.

Luxe Finishes

Luxurious finishes are another trend that is gaining popularity in interior design. Using materials such as brass, gold, or copper can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any space. Products such as the Aleo Brushed Bronze collection of taps, or the Aleo Plus Rose Gold collection of rose gold finish taps can match your luxe needs.

It’s clear to see that tile, tap and sanware trends have shifted towards creating spaces that are not only functional, but also warm and welcoming for families. Soft colour palettes, natural textures, mixing and matching, matte finishes, statement taps, and luxe finishes are all popular trends that can be used to create a personalized and inviting family space in your home. When selecting products to incorporate these trends into your home, Lifestyle Ceramics offers a wide range of options that can help you achieve the warm and welcoming family space you desire. With careful consideration and thoughtful selection, you can transform your home into a space that not only meets your functional needs but also reflects your personal style and creates a comfortable and inviting environment for your family.

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