There are endless options when it comes to personalizing the look of your home. Between décor and furniture, there are tons of elements to choose from when designing and decorating a home to make it uniquely yours. One thing that many people do not consider as an option is the use of exciting, dimensional tiles on their walls. We are going to give you some tips on how to incorporate dimensional tiles into your walls to create a unique, 3D, eye-catching look. Style Custom Homes is available to service DFW homeowners in all their home makeover needs. From designer services to custom builds, we can do it all. Give us a call today to learn more!

Accent Walls

Placing decorative tile on accent walls is a great way to draw attention to a specific part of a room. Whether it is the backdrop of an immaculate bookshelf or the home of your comfy sofa, accent walls pull the eye over to themselves because of their contrast. Darker accent walls can even make a room appear larger, as they create depth and can make a room look like it opens into a deeper space. Rough masonry tiles in dark colors make a great covering for accent walls.

Kitchen Backsplashes

Forget about the traditional subway style tile — go for something with texture! Everyone has seen the same patterns used as a backsplash in kitchens. Using a tile with a three-dimensional texture is a new, exciting twist on a common decoration method. Instead of a smooth finish, try something spiked or jagged to create an edgy feel. Chunky granite and marble tiles are a great choice. Style Custom Homes offers personalized kitchen makeovers and renovations. Let us help you set your kitchen apart from the rest in 2020!

Staircases

Think about it: how many times have you seen a staircase lined with textured tile instead of picture frames? Probably never. Staircases have always had a basic feel to them. Save the family photos for a gallery wall and line your staircase with tile instead. Whether it is patterned or monochromatic, it will add to a unique, rare character to your home.

Room Dividers

Instead of sticking a plain pillar in the middle of a room to segment it out, think about a slim, tiled wall. Flat paint is boring and overdone. A tiled wall will not only add a nice contrast, it will create the illusion of more space by allowing a patch of texture in the room. A small tiled wall is also generally more effective than the use of a shelf or couch to separate a space.

Style Custom Homes: Bringing Personal Designs to DFW Homes

When brainstorming on how to design your home, try to think outside the box! Go beyond basic, overdone ideas by taking them a step further. Textured, dimensional tile adds a unique flare to any room and can spice up typical trends.

If you live in the DFW Metroplex and are looking for a skilled team to design your home, Style Custom Homes is the place to go. We work hard to deliver personalized designs, so our clients get the unique home they deserve. Give us a call at (214) 550-2880 or visit our website to see what we have done for tons of homes in the area. There is no project we can’t deliver!