Are you looking for cool tiles for your kitchen decor? Do you want something catchy but inconspicuous? Looking for a light texture? Penny rounds are the answer! Originating in real pennies, these tiny tiles look just as good in a modern kitchen as they do in a vintage kitchen. Wherever they are, they add nice texture and interest to the room, which makes them perfect for backsplashes.
When choosing penny tile, the final look will depend in part on the color. White penny tiles with black grout are the classic retro look, while black or gray penny tiles have a chic, contemporary look, and blue penny tiles are wonderfully unexpected. Play with the grout to create a unique look – mark the tiles with contrasting grout or make the tiles look softer with matching grout. Part of the resurrected penny tile trend is to create mosaics from the tiles, e.g. B. Flowers or various pictures. Classic penny tiles are ceramic, but marble penny tiles look luxurious, and varieties of glass are shiny and sophisticated. Installing penny tiles can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Many tile stores sell them in squares or sheets so there is no need to install the tiles individually.
Penny tiles can be combined with many materials such as concrete, stone, wood, and others, making them an easy addition to any kitchen look. They look amazing with both black and metallic lights, adding color or contrast, texture and interest that are perfect, especially for purely neutral kitchens, to avoid boring looks. Check out the ideas we’ve gathered and steal them!
Open layouts always remain in the foreground and we are combining more and more rooms into one. Nevertheless, their functions are different and we need a slightly different decor that would not be so divisive at the same time. The same goes for floors, and floor transition ideas have become very popular. How can a transition be created in a stylish way to avoid problems? Here are a few ideas!
Seamless and gradual floor transitions are a great idea to give your entryway a very modern look. Rock geometric or mosaic tiles on the most walkable area and cover the floors all around with laminate. Create a gradual transition with an uneven edge and even tiles that easily blend into others if there are tiles all around.
Sharp transitions are classics that never go out of style. Simply cover the entrance area with one type of tile and move on to another type, creating a sharp edge that is immediately visible. Two different types of laminate, laminate and tile are welcome - choose different ones for a bolder contrast.