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Ideas For Your Marble Floor Design or Tile Floor Pattern in Toronto

There are endless combinations when it comes to marble floor design. You can either have a uniformed tile pattern, or you can combine colors, designs, and sizes in order to create a uniquely patterned floor.marble floor design

There are a couple of things to consider in choosing your floors. Generally, a homeowner’s tendency is to choose something that he/she likes most. This sometimes causes a clash of ideas and the house would end up in an entire mess – since details are not properly coordinated. Whether you want a marble carpet or marble border, you should also consider the entire theme of the house and blend the colors as much as possible.

In California, residents can get help from Marvelous Marble Design Inc. this company specializes in marble designs – whether on the floor, columns, countertops and bathrooms. They can be reached at 1-888-272-0630 if you need assistance in choosing a tile pattern.

Common Tile Styles

¾     Basketweave – this informal tiling style will bring out depth and uniqueness to the room. As the name denotes, basketweave creates an illusion that the floors are woven with overlapping tiles. This style works best in kitchens and family rooms, but can also be used outdoors.

¾     Borders – borders laid out around the perimeter of the foyer or family rooms create an illusion of a rug. The tiles used as borders are often elaborate and artistic and are oftentimes seen with a focal point at the center of the room.

¾     Checkerboard – this style is regarded as traditional, thus the simplest of the three. It works well with black and white tiles and fits in most interior designs. Since the tiles are just repeatedly laid, installing them is fairly easy.

¾     Herringbone – the tiles used for the Herringbone pattern are rectangular with right angles set to each other. This brings out the texture of the room and works best if the tiles used are contrasting colors.

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