50 models that prove the versatility of living room porcelain

50 models that prove the versatility of living room porcelain

Porcelain tile has incredible versatility when it comes to decoration. Regardless of the style you choose in your renovation, there will be a porcelain tile model that will fit like a glove in your project. To choose your favorite according to your taste and budget, take note of the tips from those who know the most about the subject.

5 best porcelain tiles for living room that guarantee versatility

According to the architect and urban planner Marina Pamplona , ​​the types of porcelain tiles most used in indoor areas range from polished to matte. Choosing between them is largely a matter of personal taste. But among the models, the most sought after are:

plain colors

SEVENTH ARCHITECTURE

Plain colored porcelain tiles are the most common on the market and are a good choice for simple or minimalist decorations. The polished and matte finish of this option is a personal matter, but Marina remembers that “polished pieces tend to highlight everyday dirt, so it’s worth taking this into account when buying”.

beige marbled

MARIANA CUMMING

Stone-looking porcelain tiles give that natural touch to the project. The beige marbled model is easily found in classic projects and guarantees a freshness to the environment: “average values ​​can vary according to the size and finish of the piece, ranging from R$ 60 to R$ 130 per m2”, explains Marina .

white marbled

VANESSA MELO

As well as beige marble, white with natural gray stains is also a guaranteed presence among decoration trends, being an option, not only for classic projects, but also for modern and contemporary ones. For a complete design, including a plain-colored rug in the living room gives a special touch: “spaces that require a greater coziness, we make a composition of rugs that are easily washable and so you can have a beautiful, cozy and clean room with easier”, he suggests.

cement

BIANCHI & LIMA ARCHITECTURE

The darling of minimalists, cement-based porcelain is also present in the industrial, modern, Scandinavian and contemporary style: “this model with a matte finish and natural stains ends up disguising a little more everyday dirt and facilitating routine cleaning”, he explains. the professional.

woody

TAGUS ARCHITECTURE

As with marbled pieces, woody porcelain tile offers a natural feel to the project, with visual comfort similar to real wood, but cheaper and with greater durability: “porcelain tile is one of the most resistant and low maintenance materials on the market today . It goes well in any environment and is suitable for one-story houses, because of the soil moisture; for beach and country houses, as they are environments where you normally walk around with more dirt”, concludes Marina.

Finally, the architect suggests the next porcelain tile trend for living rooms: the hexagonal cement tile. According to Marina, it is a mixture of all the positive aspects of traditional porcelain and despite having the most expensive m2, it is worth the result and practicality.

50 photos of living room with porcelain tile to inspire your project

The following list of projects will not only provide inspiration for your renovation, but will also show you how porcelain tile can have the qualities you are probably looking for in a material: beautiful, practical and 100% usable. Look:

1. Porcelain is one of the most democratic floors in decoration

DUDA SENNA ARCHITECTURE

2. Because its versatility guarantees freedom when creating your project

STUDIO ARTHUR CASAS

3. In addition to offering practicality in everyday life

DOME ARCHITECTURE

4. And have essential durability

ARBOR ARCHITECTURE

5. With smooth porcelain, you can include a very elegant patterned rug

ARCHITECTURE ROOT

6. With cement, sobriety will be the main highlight

ARCHITECTURE ROOT

7. Despite being a cold floor, the porcelain tile for the living room will not take away the comfort

HUGO SASDELLI ARCHITECTURE

8. That’s because he welcomes accessories that guarantee that coziness

TRIPLEX ARCHITECTURE

9. And it combines with other materials that give that feeling of welcoming

MARIANA CUMMING

10. Polished porcelain tile has a shiny, refined finish

SEVENTH ARCHITECTURE

11. It’s easy to clean, despite having even a hair on the floor.

STUDIO GABRIEL BORDIN

12. Porcelain tiles are the perfect choice for those who have pets at home

DUBEUX VASCONCELOS ARCHITECTURE

13. And as the living room is the most circulating environment, having a practical floor is essential

MARIANA CUMMING

14. Notice how this minimalist project was perfect with the white porcelain tile

LIDIA MACIEL

15. This modern design featured darker and more rustic pieces

ROOM 2 ARCHITECTURE

16. Note the elegance of marbled porcelain and its nuances

LAIS GALVÃO

17. Porcelain tile is very suitable to protect from soil moisture in single-storey houses

LCVC ASSOCIATED ARCHITECTS

18. And the options range from smooth to woody

HOUSE 2 ARCHITECTS

19. Options that imitate stone give a natural and rustic touch to the environment

ARBOR ARCHITECTURE

20. And its different formats and finishes define the value of the square meter

CLAUDIA ALBERTINI

21. Its resistance guarantees greater durability

SESSO & DALANEZI ARCHITECTURE

22. For a feeling of spaciousness, invest in larger pieces

MARILIA ZIMMERMANN

23. And the ground edges ensure a more delicate finish

MARIANA CUMMING

24. Thus, it is possible to install the floor with the dry joint

LOFT 7 ARCHITECTURE

25. Or with minimal space for the grout

TRIA ARCHITECTURE

26. This technique is widely applied in cementitious porcelain tiles

DUDA SENNA ARCHITECTURE

27. In integrated areas, it guarantees a surprising result

BIANCHI & LIMA ARCHITECTURE

28. Here there are two models of porcelain tiles: cement on the floor and marble on the wall

QUATTRINO ARCHITECTURE

29. By the way, see how cement goes well with colored panels

STUDIO 92

30. And to highlight, how about including a white baseboard in the room?

LOFT 7 ARCHITECTURE

31. Still on larger porcelain tile, see how it elongates the space

CARLOS ROSSI

32. For an industrial project, it fits like a glove

QUATTRINO ARCHITECTURE

33. Here you can make a comparison between polished porcelain

GIOVANNA GOGOSZ ARCHITECTURE

34. The satin

ARCHITECTURE BASE

35. And the completely matte

TRIA ARCHITECTURE

36. With the wooden porcelain tile, you can choose a differentiated installation, such as the fish scale

LOFT 7 ARCHITECTURE

37. A very rudimentary suggestion: dark porcelain with light grout

ARBOR ARCHITECTURE

38. Who said porcelain is not welcoming?

MONIQUE FONTES ARCHITECT

39. The woody finish gives that perfect touch of coziness

BIANCHI & LIMA ARCHITECTURE

40. And its design doesn’t lose anything to the natural option

HEDGEHOG ARCHITECTURE

41. Whether a small or large room, porcelain is a welcome option

ARCHITECTURE ROOT

42. And it is possible to use and abuse the colors in the project with it

MARILIA QUEIROZ

43. In addition to ensuring comfort for pets

RENATA SPINELLI ARCHITECT

44. It also balances the ambient temperature for the residents

ARCHITECTURE FLIP

45. If the idea is to create a neutral room, choose a rug in the same tone as the floor

BIANCHI & LIMA ARCHITECTURE

46. ​​But on hot days, enjoy the freshness of the porcelain tile and save the rug for the winter

PEDRO FELIX

47. Porcelain tile for living room can be included in several projects

RUPP & MEZZOMO

48. And for each of them, there will be a perfect model

DAIANE MELO ARCHITECT

49. In addition to making your day to day easier

FM ARCHITECTURE

50. It will be a finish that won’t require another renovation anytime soon

FERNANDA MARQUES

When buying living room porcelain, remember to guarantee 10% more material in straight installations and 30% more for diagonal installations, for possible breakages and losses. For the footer, you can use the same material or guarantee a beautiful white footer to make it stand out.