The practicality of wood-effect porcelain stoneware once again captivates a young couple, who opt for the natural look of Treverkview
Today’s home tour demonstrates how an average-size apartment can appear much larger and brighter with a light-coloured floor, especially if it is seamlessly laid in all the rooms.
Indeed, choosing floor coverings is one of the most important decisions because flooring can impact the entire interior design project and choice of furnishings.
In this case, the owners opted for wood-effect stoneware from the Treverkview collection, which captivated them with its natural-looking vein patterns and knots. Although they love wood, they favoured a more practical and manageable covering solution. The light colour (Avorio) makes the interiors bright and spacious and its neutral shade pairs well with their modern, Nordic-style furnishing choices. The light-coloured, very thin, almost imperceptible joint used to lay the floor accentuates its highly realistic, elegant effect.
The colour scheme, which plays with neutral shades of beige, grey, greige and white, is also featured in the bathroom, where the shower area is covered with cement tile-effect stoneware from the Block collection.
The addition of certain black metal details, an element that is repeated in all the rooms, harmoniously contrasts with the background colours and further refines the Scandinavian style that inspired the project.
Wood-effect stoneware like that in the Treverkview collection therefore continues to be a popular solution for young couples, who, although they appreciate the warmth of natural materials, prefer surfaces that are easy to maintain over time and better suited to contemporary lifestyles.