There is no escaping the versatility of white as it can seemingly work with any other colour. Polished varieties and coverings with a matt finish have a very different appearance. Polished options have a reflective quality, thus helping to accentuate the light and space in any room. In contrast matt white flooring will absorb light making them excellent for conservatories as well as the entrances to buildings where the glare from the sun is prevented. White has most definitely got a cool feel as with the fundamental nature of this colour it retracts heat. This is perfect for keeping areas cool in the height of summer. An electric under floor heating mat will help to warm flooring areas in the colder winter months. Certain varieties which are described as white can appear to be more of an ivory or cream colour but this is certainly not the case with our engineered porcelain which is the whitest tile available. White natural stone, including; granite and marble doesn’t have such an emphatic white colour but is equally as stylish. In open plan designs which are often showcased on property television programmes white colours throughout interiors have proven to be a popular option. It’s no wonder either, when considering the neutrality of white and how it can transform decors. Likewise, property developers trying to show the interior of their property in the best possible light to prospective buyers or tenants incorporate white shades into bathroom and kitchen designs. Some homeowners and designers opt for an all over white bathroom design, which includes wall and flooring and bath panels. The introduction of darker colours like black or brown can provide an interesting contrast.
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