Today we bring you an example of how to get modern and vanguard spaces without sacrifying warmth and comfort. Modern interiors are believed to be limited to the use of white, black or shades of grey. But it is absolutely false! This post demonstrates that warm colours such as cream, beige, camel or mocha… can result in a very trendy style.
The project consists of a family house located in Benimamet (Valencia, Spain) and has been carried out by Moore Interiorismo. Looking at the images, we can deduce that the main objective is to highlight the natural brightness of the house and use it to generate a great feeling of warmth and comfort. In order to achieve it, the combination and coordination of all decorative and constructive elements is a key factor.
In the living room, the use of an earth colour range combined with natural textures such as wood or leather manages to create an atmosphere that invites you to relax and lay down. Perfect for an after-work moment!
As it is a slimline tile of just 5,7 mm thickness and it is available in a wide range of warm colours and smooth finishes, it becomes a great option to cover the floors of any room of the house.
Bathrooms are some of the rooms where ceramics play a key role in this project. In the pictures below we see a great combination of soft tones and different materials which turns the room into a very cool and harmonious space.
We want to highlight the use of Velina tiles in White color, and the meshed tiles in White, Camel and Piedra used on the shower’s walls and floor, giving it a very attractive touch and working as an anti-slip finish. Great idea, isn’t it?
As we discover the next rooms, we can see new original and decorative details thanks to ceramics and its versatility.
The kitchen is one of the most used rooms in the home so choosing the right material is essential. Porcelain tile is the best option for this as it combines beauty and style with high quality and easy cleaning. Foster Camel is also on the floors.
We see Foster series in the main rooms such as the bedroom or bathroom, demonstrating once again ceramics is a versatile material that suits any space.
In the bathroom, we also notice a play of depths thanks to the combination of Foster Camel and Blanco.
Finally we see how the pool corner has the same line of warm colours and it is plenty of details.
The perfect place to spend the late hours of the day…
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Location: Benimamet (Valencia, Spain)
Interior architecture: Moore Interiorismo (Vall d´Uixo, Spain)
Floors: Foster Camel 50×100
Bathroom 1: Velina Blanco 50x100SK + Velina mesh-mounted Blanco/Camel/Piedra 33×33 SK
Bathroom 2: 80.4 Negro 79.1×79.1PO + Foster Camel 79.1×79.1 SK
Bathroom 3: Foster Camel y Blanco 50×100 SK
Kitchen: Iceberg Blanco Brillo 33×60 SK