The Top Ten Best Sellers From Stone Tile Depot This Month
Are you looking for the best possible stone tile collections? Of course, you are. You want the bespoke, the luxurious. And, the items which will make your home look like something to rival the Ritz. But that often equates to some pretty big prices if you’re not careful. So, with that thought in mind, you’ve got to be prepared to commit to something which is popular and works for you – the top-selling products, for example.
But what are these items? Well, don’t worry. We’re here to walk you through it and tell you all about the different options that you’ve got available. There’s a lot of top sellers that we’ve got here at Stone Tile Depot. So let’s jump right on into it. Take a look at the absolute best of the best so you’re ready to decorate your home in the right way.
The Lighter Colors
If the bright and cheerful is something that you want to get involved with, you’ll love these options. There’s a lot of them and they’re pretty special because they give you a beautiful collection of light colors and textures that fit into almost any home.
For example, how about the incredible color and appeal of the Bianco Opale Polished Marble Tiles, which have a nice sophisticated polish, and the luxurious marble that really compliments the whole look? Alternatively, you might find that the Bianco Dolomite Polished Marble Tiles or Alpina White Honed Winter Leaf tiles might be a better option if you’re looking for big displays of luxury whilst keeping to a white, minimalist look and feel. Glitz and glamour can be understated too, you know.
These types of colors fit in well when you want to add a little more light to the room. Other options include the very sophisticated White Lappato Porcelain Tiles, or the luxury style of the Italian Carrara Honed Marble Tiles. We personally think that the cracked details do work well here. It’s not quite as bright and uniform as some of the other tiles in the lighter colors available. But it does have its own unique characteristics that make it quite a sophisticated and bespoke option nonetheless.
If you would prefer a darker tile for your home, then there are plenty of options. One good example is Bazalt Negro Matte Porcelain Tiles. The matte black texture here works quite well, offering up a unique perspective that is quite difficult to really turn your nose up at. It’s neat, it’s uniform, and it’s quite understated, so it wouldn’t detract from the rest of the room.
Of course, there are other options like the Coal Satin Porcelain Tiles. These look and feel quite similar to other options. But are a darker color to fit with a more somber room. If you wanted something offbeat, then you’ve also got the Backwoods Canopy Split Face Slate. This particular type of tile is very pretty, with slate being a popular choice for tiling and one that has a very unique texture. It’s quite rustic. So if you’re aiming for a more traditional look and feel inside the property, this is a good option.
More Stone Tile Collections
Two more good options are the Velluto Rectified Porcelain Tiles and the Scala Glazed 2×2 Porcelain Mosaics. Both of these have quite a nice design and would look nice in a foyer or entrance room, but you could use them just about anywhere inside the home and they would look stunning.
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with a darker color scheme. It’s a very successful way to decorate a property because it does help to strike attention to the other parts of the room. If you had a wall decoration or a color scheme that you wanted to complement, darker-colored tiles are generally the better choice.
So, these are just a few of the best options that we sell on a regular basis. Obviously, you want to get the most popular stone tile collection items. Because they are going to have that seal of quality.
Any type of tile would be a good excuse to decorate your home in a brand new way and to offer up a fresh perspective to what could be a tired old floor. It’s important to pick the right kind of tile for your needs because there are quite a few different options, and you need to recognize that color plays an important role in the design process, as well as texture.