Brick Effect Tiles

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Nowadays, the brick-style tiles are brought to life in each of their collections of floor and wall tiles with different finishes with the same eclectic, minimalist, and special spirit. The brick look tiles are available in the typical format of metropolitan walls as well as the original hexagonal format. With their four basic colors, white, olive, beige, and red, in warm and cool tones, they give this collection a decisive and distinctive character.

The charm of these retro finishes is underlined by the graphic diversity of the decors, which range from delicate patterns to the look of chipped plaster. The corner element for covering columns or corner walls ensures maximum design versatility. Brick Effect Tiles can be textured, that is, have uneven edges and be as close to brick or stone as possible.

At the present time, for interiors, you can use both the tile of the red shard and the tile of porcelain. They are usually installed in kitchens, between high and low furniture. It is even better to install them in the breakfast area, as they highlight this area in an attractive way. In dining rooms, they are installed to highlight a wall or an area. Moreover, in some cases, you can use this type of facing tile to frame fireplaces.

On the other hand, for outdoor use, it is recommended to use porcelain imitation brick tiles only. They are usually installed on the façade, as decoration of the fence, and usually in the access areas or small hallways of the chalets.

When planning the interior design, it is important to know that there are materials that are best suited for outdoor use and those that are used indoors. The tile that looks like a brick, is a universal tool that is used both inside and outside the house. Thanks to this decoration, an incredible atmosphere is created, and you feel like you are in a room with real bricks.

Today, there are more and more trends of adding bricks to walls. Using tiles with a brick effect has a good overall effect and looks atmospheric, and the larger the tiles are, the fewer joints there are. However, you should be aware that the modern minimalist room is not suitable for laying Brick Effect Tiles and it is not always large enough for the tile specifications, so the size of the room being used is ignored, which leads to waste and is not pretty.

If you want your interior to be special, it is important to use the available space properly and fill it so that it is pleasant and comfortable to be at home.

Brick Effect Tile can decorate both the interior of the room and the exterior walls of the building. Depending on where exactly the tile is going to be used, it can be made of different materials. With brick tiles, you can design the room by making the surface smooth and even while maintaining the color and texture of a brick wall. In the house, you can usually find them in the hallway, kitchen, or bathroom. Especially in these rooms, it is important to protect the walls from the harmful effects of moisture. Therefore, the facing bricks are suitable for a room where it is constantly humid, and water often falls on the surface of the walls.

In addition, tiles that imitate the brick effect also look fantastic on facades, especially if the house is old and the facade cladding is already crumbling. Moreover, you can use this brick tile and the old house will be given new life. Lovers of something exclusive will suit these rustic-style imitation tiles. This can emphasize the style of your room, creating your unique image.

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