5 new bedroom floor trends

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The bedroom is the most intimate part of the house, a space of rest and relaxation. But how should it be furnished and which flooring should you choose? 

5 on-trend solutions that match even the most unique furnishing styles. A collection that ranges from the classics, such as stone effect stoneware or wood, to the most sophisticated solutions, such as concrete effect or particular geometric combinations.

1. Wood effect
This is a timeless solution, which thanks to its textured look, gives the space and its guests a sense of wellbeing and warmth. In the wood effect porcelain stoneware tiles section, Marazzi presents various perfect solutions for your bedroom. For example, the beech effect would be ideal for Nordic style room, as opposed to the wengé effect, perfectly suited to classic interiors. Or there is the cherry wood effect for an elegant setting, while oak is best suited for those who want to achieve a more modern atmosphere.

2. Stone effect
If you love the aesthetics of stone, but want to choose a more practical solution for the floor in your bedroom, the stone effect porcelain stoneware is just what you are looking for. The attraction of different types of stone, such as slate or quartzite, is faithfully reproduced in ceramic, creating a stunning aesthetic result combined with the strength, durability, and easy maintenance of porcelain stoneware. The tiles are also an ideal solution because they are more cost effective than real stone.

3. Geometry and colour blends
Combining two or more types of covering in the bedroom can be a versatile solution, which, if done well, can create a particularly dramatic effect. Much like Marazzi’s Materika collection, a slim thickness (6mm) concrete effect wall covering, which, thanks to its three-dimensional structure and decor, brings a richness and movement to the walls behind the bed.

4. Marble effect
If what you are looking for is ultra glossy or classic flooring for your bedroom, Marazzi’s marble effect porcelain stoneware section from just what you need! There are various solutions to choose from, such as Allmarble, a collection inspired by extremely rare marbles: Lasa, Statuario, Raffaello, Altissimo, Travertino, Saint Laurent and Frappuccino. Glossy, marble effect stoneware flooring is at its best in settings flooded with natural light, where the sun’s rays can hit it, making it shine and creating an alluring and elegant atmosphere.

5. Concrete effect
Lovers of modern or industrial interiors will find what they are looking for in the Memento concrete effect collection, which is inspired by handcrafted concrete objects, with an industrial and raw character. A perfect solution, ideal for metropolitan settings like lofts and converted industrial spaces.