Cement Tile:6 Great Ways to Get the Farmhouse Look
Cement tile is all the rage right now and is the newest trend in flooring. What you may not know is how versatile it is when it comes to home design. It’s the chameleon of flooring and has Instagram & Pinterest a buzz with stunning images, one prettier than the next. Its bold patterns and classic color tones make it the perfect complement to any farmhouse aesthetic. I am pretty sold on the look and the thing I love about this trend is 2 fold, it is timeless and vintage inspired since its been around for centuries and less can be more, which means that you don’t need to redo every space to get this look in your own home.
Here are 6 great ways to get the farmhouse look in your home using cement tile….
Tackle the bathroom. Big or small, this durable and unique material will make any space pop. Add crisp white subway tile, warm wood tones and you have a match made in farmhouse heaven.
Black & white cement tile is a classic choice and can serve as a neutral when used with farmhouse details such as planked walls, marble and rustic elements.
Soft grays are another popular hue when it comes to this flooring option and works seamlessly with crisp whites and warm metals.
Your mudroom or front door hallway will be the talk of the neighborhood with this playful flooring selection. A small area like this will give you the best bang for your buck and add tons of interest.
Want an even smaller project to tackle, how about your fireplace. Whether it is the apron or the surround this is a fantastic choice. Cement tile will enhance this area and create an even stronger focal point. When combined with a simple, rustic wood mantle it exudes a farmhouse look.
Another small space to tackle is the laundry room. The bold geometric pattern with the classic navy and warm metals make this a place anyone would want to retreat and even fold laundry.
Think kitchen, whether the backsplash or flooring ,this artistic material will make for a timeless choice. It breaks up the multitude of cabinetry and solid surfaces & gives the space some spice. Again, black & white seem to work well with a rustic, modern aesthetic and has a universal design appeal.
Have a fantastic week,
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