Tiles of Style

 

We very often tend to mix the word ‘contemporary’ with modern, iconic and vintage as though they are interchangeable. A contemporary design can be a modern design but the meaning of those words are certainly different.

Modern Designs are designs drawn from the early 1900s and 1800s and adapted into a design with natural element, splash of textured or bright colors along with neat low lines. They are all traits of modern designs. On the other hand, contemporary styles are designs that are much more current. They inherit traits of masculine, sleek and light elements. To break another stereotype, contemporary designs aren’t necessarily minimalistic. They may have clean and low lines but they can be adapted by creating a harmony of shades and lines.

Check out these 4 incredible contemporary style tile designs that’ll woo you away!

Modern Contemporary

The ravishing off-grey design is an ideal example to a modern contemporary design. The tiles are created with light elements of white and grey, yet making it look masculine and clean. Modern contemporary has also become one of the most trendiest styles of 2017 & 2018.

Natural & Contemporary

Sharp lines and low light elements always match to make up an elegant and subtle contemporary design. The wooden texture and light tone just syncs into the space making it look enchanting.

Bold & Minimal

Contemporary designs have a tendency to stand out in any kind of set-up, and this one simply takes the cake. The minimalistic design with sharp lines just boldly marks the space into looking extravagant. And, it certainly fits the masculine aspect of a contemporary design.

TownHouse Contemporary

Designs created using natural element and light pops of colours matched into creating a distinctive design to go with a minimal and sharp wooden tile flooring just shouts out contemporary. The match, look and feel of this space certainly does justice to defining what we call a contemporary design.

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