Today we have some very original ideas for all of you to enjoy a radiant stone floor. The ground It must be very resistant and like a champion it must support all the weight in the house.
Radiant floor black marble to shine inside your house
As we all know well is one of the surfaces of the home with which you constantly come into contact. So when choosing the right floor for our space we have prepared these tips.
Natural stone underfloor heating for bathrooms with rustic design
It is easy to redesign a house, change the furniture in place or buy new ones, but the floor is the only interior element that will stay the same for longer.
Cobblestone floor in white kitchen
At least this we all want since it is not cheap to change the floor. Choosing a new floor for your home is a great decision, because it will stay with you for the next 10 to 30 years.
Natural stone wall and cobblestone floor in the living room
But with solutions for hard surface floors, such as terrazzo tiles or pavers, there are a number of elements to consider, which will ensure that you choose a pavement solution that will not only evolve with you and your family, but will keep the same finish and the quality of the material as time goes by.
Polished tiles surround the bathtub in this modern bathroom
The floor of your home should evolve with the same as the style of your space and your lifestyle. For this reason you must meticulously search the tiles with a perfect combination of colors that encompasses a spectrum of shades and tonal depths.
Cobblestones on the radiant floor of the modern bathroom
You should also think about the aesthetic quality of each color composition so that it is perfectly homogeneous and allows the floor to adapt to the color combinations used in the design of its interior and to the new accessories that it may add in the future.
Marble slabs on the walls contrast with stone slabs on the floor
Resistance and durability are also important factors when it comes to choosing a floor. We must think of a hard surface
Light colors on bathroom floor and walls
Designed for longevity, there are tiles of different types of stone that promise a duration of up to 50 years, which means you will not have to replace your plants in the next few years.
LED lighting and black marble floor in the bathroom
When one thinks of stone tiles, the image of a very cold and very rustic floor may come to him, but he forgets that the stones can be polished and have a brilliant finish so that our soil is shiny.
Small apartment designed by Dana Shaked Design with tufo stone floor
There are also stone tiles that can be polished at any time until after they are positioned on your floor, which means that scratches can be easily repaired. This will rejuvenate your floor years after installation.
A natural stone flooring option very typical for country or mountain homes
Slabs made of stone with a high percentage of natural materials are exceptionally strong, durable and flexible. So that your stone floor has a consistency that is not compromised over the years you should ensure that UV-resistant pigments have been used for its manufacture.
Bright tuff stone slabs for the luxurious bathroom
When you choose the material stone for your floor you can be sure that your floor will offer stability and reliability and have superior physical properties, providing exceptional strength, durability, versatility and flexibility.
Very nice slate stone bathroom slabs
Since stone tiles absorb the movement of the building where many other surface materials can crack and peel off. But some stone tiles do not have slip resistance qualities in exchange for others that are excellent and are a safer option in areas such as the kitchen and bathroom. For this ask before buying.
Stone slab floor in white and gray
Make sure the floor you choose is easy to maintain and does not require a complicated and expensive maintenance program. A regular sweep will help prevent large particles from scratching the surface, while a little neutral pH detergent can be added to the water to scrub.
White marble underfloor heating
Natural stone has been very popular for plants for centuries and for very good reasons. Stone tiles bring the colors and texture of nature to our homes and add a warmth to a room that is not possible with any other material.
Marquina black marble luxurious floor
We will list the most popular stone tile materials: slate, travertine, sandstone, granite and marble. Which one would you choose?
Polished marble floor Calacatta
Slate is probably the type of stone slab that you will find most often. It is a metamorphic rock that is divided into thin sheets with ease is also easy to turn it into tile.
Original ideas to decorate the stone floor of the corridor
Depending on its manufacture, what is directly related to its cost can be more or less dense. The denser it is, the more likely it is not to break off and break into pieces.
Although the blackboard tends to be highly resistant.
A modern house with limestone floor tadelakt
Travertine is a more common stone. It is often sold as marble or limestone, although it is neither one of the two. Travertine is a sedimentary rock composed of calcite, and as such is a little softer than limestone.
A very natural living room with vertical garden and stone slab floor
It is almost impossible to maintain a shine, but once it settles in its matt finish, few materials offer the warmth that travertine can offer you. We can not deny that it is fragile material.
House designed by Alexander Brenner Architekten with stone floor
Marble in ancient times, kings and Caesars adored marble floors in these more democratic times, marble is still one of the most loved. Despite being a stone prone to stains and scratches, marble has character.
Under floor heating in tufo stone in this contemporary apartment
It is harder and tougher than travertine but needs additional attention. The patterns and colors of the marble are very beautiful and very resistant. Although it is not a material that must be used outdoors because it absorbs water.
House with stone floor designed by Signature Custom Homes
Probably the hardest natural stone used for floors and countertops is granite. No other stone can be so bright and repel water. However, the resistance of granite is a double-edged sword.
House with rustic design and stone floor
Its brightness and hardness make it a somewhat cold surface despite its beauty. The beautiful colors are also very resistant and can be used indoors or outdoors.
Very colorful slate stone floor
Limestone is a stone similar to travertine. However, unlike travertine, the limestone became harder with the passage of time thanks to the tectonic actions.
Slabs of slate stone in which different shades of earthy colors are mixed
The hardening makes it a better and more resistant material and of course perfect for floor covering. Limestone often retains its stretch marks and has a tendency to resemble wood.
Stone floor and wooden stairs in the house designed by Signature Custom Homes
These have been our tips and our options of stone underfloor heating for you to choose the one that suits you best.
Very spacious dining room designed by Alexander Brenner Architekten
Dining room and kitchen designed by Dane Design Australia
Floor of stone slabs in the interior and wooden floor in the terrace of the house designed by dKO Architecture
Living room with white stone floor tiles designed by Luca Colombo
Bathroom designed by Tanju Özelgin